The Pesach Seder is a very special service held as part of the Pesach celebration. It is always observed on the first night of Pesach, and by some Jewish communities, on the second nigh as well. On both nights, the Seder concludes with a dinner. Participants use a book called the Haggadah to accompany the service. "Haggadah" means "the telling" in Hebrew and it contains instructions for the Seder, blessings and the Pesach story.
We are living in an unusual time in which we are all adapting to, at least temporarily. In light of the Covid-19 virus, Rabbi Mordecai Griffin will be hosting a virtual Pesach Seder which can be viewed via Livestream / Vimeo. This event will occur on
Wednesday April 8 @ 7:30 PM CST CLICK HERE to go to Livestream
You may download the Pesach Seder Haggadah HERE