WAS SO LOVELY.
Filled with friends old and new, with delicious foods, with ceremonies, singing, art, rocks, rituals.
quotes from participants:
“I was hesitant to come to the seder, based on my past experiences of Passover, but this was really great. I really loved being a part of this!”
“Thanks so much for facilitating Seder! I appreciated the social justice-y readings et. al. very much. Lovely all around.”
“Thank you for putting this all together. The Seder was a great experience!”
“Yeah, what what WILL make this year different from all other years?”
I CANNOT WAIT to keep updating the digital (powerpoint) haggadah and distribute it earlier next year for you all to use.
jeff washing his hands ceremonially for the whole table
dipping the karpas (also note classy cardboard matzo cover with gold pen embellishments)
no young children were in attendance at our seder (minus Gilvey, age 2 months), so we watched this cute girl on youtube sing the 4 Questions. And then added a fifth question — “How will (we make) this YEAR be different from all other years?”
do-di-li sung by the Milwaukee Children’s Choir (awesome).
breaking the middle matza for the afikomen
maggid — a Jewish Rock Opera
spilling a drop of wine for each of the ten commandments
the meal with Wassaic Farmer friends!
Handmade seder plate, made with much assistance and inspiration from Jeff and Breanne.
Ashley’s crazy Chocolate Matza Face Dance: