Communal Passover Seder in the Great Outdoors!

First Seder Leil Pesach, 15 April 4:00 PM at Elk Beaver Lake (see map) 

BRING YOUR OWN PLATE, MUG, CUTLERY AND CHAIR!

Join with friends and family for an interactive, playful, meaningful and Liberating family-friendly Seder and celebration!  Relive and tell the story of our Exodus from Mitzrayim in a beautiful natural setting. 

We will gather in “tribes” (units of up to eight people) to tell the story of our liberation through playful ritual, dialogue, song, movement and story telling along with the Haggadot’s greatest hits.

Enjoy a vegetarian feast of assorted Mediterranean dips and salads (mezze), kugel, and a Kosher for Passover cheese board.  Caesar Salad, Slaw, wonderful desserts and more…

We will also provide Seder plates with plenty of Charoset and “Tirosh,” kosher for Passover grape juice for our four cups. 

Please bring your own plate/mug and cutlery and of course a chair.

Dress for the weather (we are tough Vancouver Islanders)

Registration with the office (250) 382-0615 or info@congregationemanuel.ca is a must.  Deadline for registration is firm on April 12.

Cost $25.00 for individuals/$75.00 for families

All are welcome.

Looking forward to connecting and getting liberated together!


Summary of event details

  • Date: April 15, 2022
  • Time: 4:00pm
  • Where: Beaver Lake
  • Cost: $25 for individuals, $75 for families
  • Registration: by April 12
  • Contact: (250) 382-0615 or info@congregationemanuel.ca

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Congregemanuel

An inclusive, warm, and progressive Conservative synagogue in Victoria, B.C.

One thought on “Communal Passover Seder in the Great Outdoors!”

  1. “How will the multiple coolers and heavy boxes with the Seder stuff get to Beaver Lake?” I asked Aaron Severs.
    ״על כנפי נשרים״ – on the wings of eagles – he replied. And that’s exactly what happened.
    Ronnie, Bonnie and Adar, Susan and Aaron, and other volunteers, saved us from the obstacles we encountered Friday afternoon.
    At the mighty Seder we blessed and washed, and broke many a matzah; we recited and chanted, and enjoyed an endless stream of delicious food.
    Next year – back in the lake.

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