The goal of All Souls’ potluck Seder is to emphasize the traditional principles of freedom from oppression. Compared to other Seders, however, ours is broader in intent and inclusiveness, taking on a distinct UU flavor. We draw parallels between the Jewish slaves in Egypt and African slaves in the US and highlight other types of oppression based on sexual orientation, physical disability, or even our own harsh views of ourselves. The Seder service and dinner, free and child-friendly, includes singing and a story for the children by Rev. Hardies. It draws more than 100 people each year.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
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