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Wesleyan Passover Seder - DFCPlease consider reading and/or sharing at least one item below. Feel free to bring in traditions and customs from the Seders you have been to.There are many things in English that require any advance preparation. They are in red.
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Friday 4/3/15 6:00PMBased on "A Different Night" Haggadah. These can be found at the Bayit or in Rabbi David's office.These can be found at the Bayit or in Rabbi David's office.**Let's make this a truly participatory community-based fun Seder.**
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Warm Up and IntroIf you have an interesting tradition, song or reading that you would like to consider to sharing at the Seder, please feel free to sign up at the bottom
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Candlelighting (pg.7)
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Order of Seder (pg. 6-7)Ella Israeli
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Passover Symbols: The OrangeStory behind the placement of an Orange on the Seder plateMatt Renetzkythis is a great tradition woo!
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Lead Kiddush (pg. 8)
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Hand washing by table Urhatz (pg. 10)
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Karpas/Parsely (pg. 10)Lila Levinson
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Yahatz/Breaking of Middle Matzah (pg. 10)Talia Kaplan
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Sing Ha Lachma Anya (pg. 12)Stephanie Blumenstock
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First Year Students - Sing Mah Nishtana (pg. 14)Elisa Greenberg
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Sing Avadim Hayinu (pg. )
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Table discussion 1Rabbi David
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Talk about four children ?Adam Jacobs
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Sing V-hee She-am-da (pg. 35)
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Sing Go Down Moses p.47Fred Ayres (take two!)
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Teach origami frogs
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Read "The 10 Plagues" (pg. 46)Becca Elsner and Sarah Wax
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Table discussion 2Rabbi David
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Sing/Read Dayeinu (pg. 48)emma golub
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Read pages (52-53)
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Sefardic Traditions?
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Sing Second Cup (pg. 58)
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Second Washing Rohtzah (pg. 59)
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Motzi/Matzah (pg. 59)
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Maror/Bitter Herbs (pg. 60)
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Korech/Hillel Sanndwich
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EAT
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Birkat/Grace after mealsWe will take turns leading and singing from here until the end of the Seder.
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