Sunday, April 28, 3:00 – 6:00 pm

Phillips Social Hall  

Passover Seder is a time to celebrate, contemplate, and rejoice around freedom. At Queer Seder, we come together as a community to celebrate the hard-fought freedom of our LGTBQIA+ community and remind ourselves of the progress we have yet to make. Led by local rabbis and LGBTQIA+ leadership, Queer Seder will include a mix of Passover traditions and relevant readings, songs, and prayers to celebrate our LGBTQIA+ community. This program is open to families and people of all ages. Pricing offered on a sliding scale.