Above art by Hannah Hamavid
HAPPY PASSOVER 5781!
Events @ Kadima & Beyond
Kadima 7th Night Virtual Seder
Fri, April 2, 6-8:30pm
Rousing, participatory, joyous, and connected. BYOSederPlate
Tune in on Zoom or call +12532158782,,81486691858#,,,,,,0#,,476802#
Meeting ID: 814 8669 1858 Passcode: kadima
Sign up to lead a section of the seder using the Kadima Hagaddah PDF or bring/use your own!
Many More Events including (check calendar for details):
Strike Slavery, Make Matzah! w/ the Rosenconnel Household, Sat, Mar 27, 10:30am-11:30am
Brunch'n'Learn: Faith, Failure & Vision w/ Rabbi David, Sun, Mar 28, 10:15-11:30a
JVP-Seattle 2nd Night Seder (external event), Sun, March 28, 4:30-7p
Chadesh Initiative Intergenerational Passover Lunch Gathering, Thurs, Apr 1, 12n-1:15p
Shabbat Morning Service w/ Hallel, Sat, Apr 3, 10a-12:30p
New Member Mingle, Sun, Apr 4, 10:30-11:30am
Brivele Tiny Tishele Concert, Sun, Apr 4, 12n-1pm (Register and tickets here)
Ways To Prepare & Deepen
Sign up as a Passover fairy! Email firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday morning 3/14 to sign up
Learn more about a justice/liberation movements!
Find the right haggadah for you! Here is a list of Social Justice haggadot with thanks to Helen Bennett of Tzedek Lab for sharing! Here for a list of an assortment of haggadot, games, supplements, graphics with thanks to Jake Fawcett and another from Ariel Gross
Plan ahead for your Passover week! - maybe try to take some extra time for walks in the middle of the day, trim corners around start and end times, or schedule a meeting with a beloved colleague or friend to add some loving connecting to the week
Mark which seder(s) you might plan or attend! - Kadima’s 7th night seder is April 2, 6-8:30pm and Jewish Voice for Peace-Seattle's 2nd night seder is Sunday, March 28, 4:30-7pm. What seders are you thinking about??
Pick one thing! Don’t let Passover overwhelm or scare you off...find a thing and embrace it...maybe even lead you, your crew, or your community in it!
Dress up! Come to seder in a kittle, dressed as a character from the story, your Passover finest, or whatever makes you feel liberated!
Clean out your house! Even just a “Passover section”? See if you can keep an area of your living space chametz-free for the week!
Clean out your mind, body, and spirit! We all abide in not just a home, but our thoughts, our physicality, and our feelings.
Hide some matzah (afikomen)! From your dog? From your cat? From your kids? From yourself?
Order Flowers! from Local Hmong Flower Farmers or your favorite local farm to support
Put up a mezuzah! As a symbol that comes from the act of smearing blood on your doorposts to avoid the malakh ha-maweth/angel of death)