ATTEND A VIRTUAL SEDER
JVP-Seattle Virtual Seder
The second night of Passover – Sunday, March 28
4:30-6:30pm PT / 7:30-9:30pm ET
The Seattle chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace invites the broader JVP community and all who are seeking connection in these times to join us at our virtual seder table! For our fifteenth annual participatory seder, we will gather on the second night of Passover, Sunday March 28.
Through the telling of the Exodus story, we’ll make connections to present day struggles for liberation, including Palestinian liberation, and experience the journey to liberation together. Although we are sad to not gather in person for the second year in a row, we are excited to connect across time and space with ritual, music, and politics.
Register above for full details & instructions; the event will have real-time captioning. We hope you can join us, and friends & family are welcome too!
Other Welcoming and Liberatory Seders
Here is a sampling of just some of the Passover Seders that you may also attend. This is a wonderful opportunity to experience our vibrant anti/non-zionist Jewish community.
Queer Mikveh Project
Passover Liberation Edition: Smoke & Steam
Thursday, March 25 / 12 Nisan 5781
4–5:30pm PT / 7–8:30pm ET
We prepare for our liberation by using the elemental forces of steam and smoke. This is our first-ever queer mikveh led by Jews of Color (JOC)! Everyone is invited, all bodies, all peoples! We will be joined by creative collaborators including Dr. Koach Baruch Frazier of Tzedek Lab, Dr. Harriette Wimms of the JOC Mishpacha Project, Zuriel the Kolker, Rebeccah Santa Ana Stromberg, and others for a collective ritual mikveh. We will come together for accessible embodied practice, music & song, poetry, and creative celebration in preparation for Passover. Folks can join from their bathtub or with a cup of tea or vessel of water to drink in your mikveh or do a pouring of water as mikveh. This event will be ASL interpreted and captioned, so as to make it as accessible as possible for all members of our communities. Donations from registration will flow to support Black Mycelium Project and Queer Mikveh Project programming and events. Suggested donation is sliding scale $5-50.
Registration for this event is required.
Please RSVP at tinyurl.com/passovermikveh.
Celebrate Passover with Kol Tzedek
West Philadelphia Synagogue
Sunday, March 28, 3–6pm PT, 6–9pm ET
For an all ages, interactive community seder! You provide the food and seder plate. We will provide the Haggadah.
Register for a Second Night Community Seder.
L’Chayim! To Life and Liberation
JVP-NYC Chapter Virtual Seder
Tuesday, March 30, 3:30–5pm PT / 6:30-8pm ET
Come celebrate Passover in a political and communal home for Judaism beyond Zionism. Join us to feel connection and to renew in multi-generational community for the road ahead towards freedom for all. Come one, come all—family, friends and newcomers are invited and welcome at our table!
RSVP here for the Zoom link.
Leaving the Narrow Place: Abolition on the Seder Plate
Kavod and JVP Boston
Wednesday, March 31, 4–5:30pm PT / 7-8:30pm ET
Join Kavod and JVP Boston for a Passover Abolition event, where we will be exploring the connections between local and global prison and police abolition and liberatory Passover rituals and themes. Come learn about and uplift the grassroots organizing of Families for Justice as Healing, whose work is ending the incarceration of women and girls.
Speakers: Leslie Credle, Families for Justice As Healing
Resources: Abolition-An International Struggle; The Torah of Abolition
What does Liberation Look Like? Interactive, Intergenerational Passover Celebration
With Benjamin Mertz and R. Lynn Gottlieb, JVPBA, a youth oriented Seder focused on African American spiritual traditions around Exodus
Thursday, April 1, 5-6pm PT / 8–9pm ET
Chochmat HaLev Jewish School, free event!
Music & poetry from African American spiritual traditions; community ritual leadership; 4 questions, 4 children; celebratory dancing. Bring Passover plate items: matzah, maror, karpas (greens to dip in salt water), charoset, and a roasted (or hard boiled) egg, and anything else you want to eat.
Resource: World Beyond Borders Passover Haggadah by R. Lynn Gottlieb, Shomeret Shalom Press, Berkeley, CA 94707
Email email@example.com to receive the Zoom link.