The Passover Seder is an ancient Jewish tradition that recounts the Israelites’ flight from bondage in Egypt and celebrates freedom. The Seder is both a service and shared sumptuous meal, and includes music, prayer, interactive reading, a special game for children, and one of the greatest stories of all time.
We host an annual catered Seder and encourage families with children to attend, as the goal of the service is to share and pass on this story and celebrate freedom and the overcoming of oppression.
This year the Seder is Friday, April 14, 5:45-8:15ish p.m. in the Social Hall – with dinner served around 7 p.m.. We are delighted to have a group of proven
FUUN chefs and Barry and Holly Tashian, and BethAnn Easterly and friends will be our band.
Reservations and payment are accepted in the social area after Sunday services March 26- April 9 and can also be reserved by calling the FUUN office at (615) 383-5760 during office hours. Prices are $20 for adults, $10 for children under 12 years of age, with a maximum price per nuclear family of $55. A vegetarian option is available. Please register early! Questions? Contact FUUN member Ann Morse at firstname.lastname@example.org.