Next week, Friday night April 3rd, we will host a community seder, jointly led by Rabbi William Friedman ( Tremont Street’s Sam and Annie Glott Rabbinic Fellow) and Sarah Mulhern, rabbinical student at Hebrew College. Join the TBS community to celebrate the first night of Passover with your family and your children. With delicious food, soulful singing, and deep conversation, our communal Seder will be a feast for heart, mind, and stomach. Together we’ll tell the story of the Exodus from Egypt, the original story of freedom that has inspired the world, from ancient Israel to Selma and beyond. You can register at our website www.tremontstreetshul.org, or by calling the synagogue office (617) 864-6388; we look forward to celebrating with you!
Event Location: Temple Beth Shalom of Cambridge (Tremont Street Shul)
8 Tremont Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02139
8 Tremont St
Cambridge, MA 02139
$25.00 Children (4-12)
$35.00 Full-time Student
$40.00 Seniors (70+)
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