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Rosh Hashanah Seder

Saturday, September 19, 2020 1 Tishrei 5781

7:00 PM - 8:30 PMZoom

You are cordially invited to attend a Seder on the second night of Rosh Hashanah hosted by Rabbis Jenny and Eric Solomon from their home. Please register for this event to receive the Zoom link.

We will be using this Haggadah:

Seder Shopping Checklist
Here are items to have for the Seder. Ideally, foods listed below are served in a form in which they can be eaten. (Ex. not a pumpkin sitting on th table, but prepared for eating. )

Candlesticks, candles and matches/lighter (for candle lighting)
Juice or wine (for kiddush)
A “new” fruit—something you haven’t eaten all year, such as an exotic fruit or a fruit you consider a delicacy
Pomegranate seeds
Green string beans
Leek or scallion
Beet or beetroot leaves
Pumpkin or gourd
Fish (If you’d prefer a vegetarian alternative, try fish crackers or fish-shaped gummy candies. Or, with a “fish head” in mind, pick a “head” of something else like lettuce or beer!)

  • Bonus: add a food/beverage/condiment with which you can make a New Year’s wish with a food pun. Here are some examples:
    When a salad consisting of peas and thyme is placed on the table, say: “May we merit peace in our time!”
    Punch and (bread) rolls, since we're hoping for a year in which we "roll with the punches."
    Bring out the condiments! “May we 'mustard our strength so that we can find the time to ‘ketchup‘ with family and friends and ‘relish' all the little moments in life.”
    Carob: “This year, may we ‘carabout' our fellow humans more than ever.”

Additionally, Rabbi Eric and Rabbi Jenny have put together study guides for use at your table, any time during the High Holy Days. 
Click here for a Discussion Guide for Adults and Families with Children of All Ages - RH & YK 5781
Click here for a Yom Kippur Study Guide 5781

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