Bring your unopened non-perishable chametz (products what that have grain/flour that could be leavened) that you are not using for Passover. This is a great way to both do spring cleaning of your pantry and do acts of Tzedakah. (You can also just bring non-perishable food items too!) As we remember the experience of our ancestors in bondage in Egypt and then fleeing as a refugees into the wilderness, we respond with acts of caring for those in need. For a beautiful podcast on refugees and food (with an incredible Jewish thread) here is an episode of the Food Chain.
Join us in the social hall for our annual second night Seder. RSVP is required with payment by Thu 3/23. The cost for the Seder is $36 for adults and $18 for children ages 5-12 and includes a dinner of roasted chicken breast, beef brisket, or vegetarian entree with all of the traditional accompaniments.
We are also seeking volunteers. We need many folks to bring a little bit of various traditional food items (charoset, eggs, greens, shank bones) to complete our Seder and volunteers to prepare the Seder plates and room. Please contact Sandy Oswald at 772.713.4200 if you are able to help.