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3/13/2019 General
A Trio of Passover Seders


Boca Raton, FL (March 12, 2019) In honor of Passover, Temple Beth El of Boca Raton will host three distinctive Seders which are open to the entire community. Featuring a Second Night Seder entitled “There’s No Seder Like Our Seder” geared to individuals and families of all ages, a Men’s Seder and a Women’s Seder; there will be something for everyone. All Seders will be held at the Temple Beth El Schaefer Family Campus at 333 S.W. 4th Avenue, Boca Raton, FL 33432.

The Men’s Seder will be held on Wednesday, April 10 at 6:30 pm and will be hosted by Rabbi Daniel Levin and Rabbi Greg Weisman. A delicious Seder meal will be served along with a lively discussion revolving around the interests and issues of the modern Jewish male. $40 per person/ After March 25 price increases to $45 per person. Register at tbeboca.org/brotherhood

The Passover Second Night Seder – “There’s No Seder Like Our Seder
” will be held on Saturday, April 20 at 5:30 pm and feature the Passover story set to Broadway melodies which should prove to be an inspiring and fun evening for all ages! Join Temple Beth El Rabbi Daniel Levin, Cantor Lori Shapiro and internationally-renowned pianist Dr. Alan Mason for a lively evening which will include a traditional Seder meal catered by Artisan Foods. Members: Adults $75/Children $45 (ages 3-10)/Guests: Adults $80/Children $50 (ages 3-10) with a $10 price increase for reservations after April 15. Register at tbeboca.org/special-events.

 The Women’s Seder: A Women’s Celebration of Passover Through Story and Song
 will be held on Tuesday April 23 at 5:45 pm. It will honor the matriarchal roots of Judaism and showcase guest musical artist Beth Schafer whose talent in creating modern day Midrash by combining soulful songwriting and classic liturgy has made her a sought out spiritual leader around the country. The evening will blend traditional Seder practices and modern feminist touches celebrating the contribution women have made since the beginning of time. Members: $50 per person/Guests $60 per person. Registration Deadline is April 16, 2019. Register at tbeboca.org/sisterhood.

For more information about any of the Temple Beth El of Boca Raton Passover Seders, please call 561-391-8900 or visit tbeboca.org.

About Temple Beth El of Boca Raton The mission of Temple Beth El is to inspire a passionate commitment to Jewish life, learning, community and spiritual growth. The Schaefer Family Campus and Rabbi Merle E. Singer Sanctuary are located in East Boca at 333 SW 4th Avenue. The Beck Family Campus is located in west Boca Raton at 9800 Yamato Road, just east of 441. Along with weekly Shabbat services, social, educational, social action and religious programs, Temple Beth El offers a Religious School for students K-12; the Beth El Early Learning Center, a preschool program at the Beck Family Campus which includes full day childcare for babies as young as 2 months; and the Beth El Mausoleum, located at the Schaefer Family Campus. For more information call 561-391-8900 or visit www.tbeboca.org