Temple Beth El
Join us for the Temple Beth El Community Passover Seder!
Rabbi Asch will lead this fun filled seder.
A donation of $6 per adult and $5 per child is requested to offset the costs for wine and matzah. Please pay at the door or in advance at the office.
Please arrive at 5:30pm to drop off your food contribution and get settled.
The seder will begin promptly at 5:45pm
As we have done in the past, we ask you to bring a dish to contribute to the meal. All food should be dairy or parve (no meat). Please make sure you follow Passover dietary guidelines - no bread products or pasta. Specifically, nothing made from wheat, barley, oats, spelt, or rye.
After our community discussions, we have changed the guideline for TBE to include kiniyot in our approved list for Passover. So, rice and legumes (beans and lentils) are now OK to bring.
Please bring a serving utensil with your dish and provide a label listing the ingredients.
What can I bring to the Passover seder? Main dishes made from vegetables, fruit, fish, or special Passover foods made with matzah farfel or matzah meal. If you need recipe ideas look - https://kosheronabudget.com/25-vegetarian-passover-recipes/ or Goggle vegetarian recipes.
If you have questions about what is kosher for Passover or need more recipe ideas, contact Rabbi Asch at [email protected]
Please RSVP by email [email protected] or phone (207)622-7450 to the office no later than Wednesday, April 17
5:30pm - 8:00pm EDT
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