Tu BiShvat Seder and Havdallah

Top Pick January 26, 2019 Cambridge $12.00
(Photo: vvvita/iStock)
(Photo: vvvita/iStock)

Tu BiShvat is the “new year for the trees,” celebrating the initial spark of life (even when it can be under two feet of snow in Boston!). Join us to celebrate Tu BiShvat with a seder and Havdallah.

We will go through the seder eating traditional fruits and nuts, drinking wine and grape juice, and learning about the relationship between human beings and the earth through a Jewish lens. We’ll ask deep inner questions: What makes us feel rooted? How do we want to grow?

Before we begin to celebrate the beginnings of plant life, we will close out the week with Havdallah, coming together for song, community and celebration.

This event is generously sponsored by the Covenant Foundation.

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Saturday, January 26, 2019, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
University Lutheran Church
66 Winthrop St
Cambridge, MA 02138
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