The Boulder Center for Judaism will join other Chabad Centers around the world to welcome all at their Passover Seders amid the humanitarian refugee crisis caused by the war in Ukraine.

This year, Passover is honored from sundown on Friday, April 15 until after nightfall on Saturday, April 23. Boulder Center for Judaism’s Seder dinner will be at 7 p.m. Friday at the center, 4900 Sioux Drive, Boulder. The dinner is open to the public.

The Seder, which celebrates the liberation of Jewish people in ancient Egypt, will include a catered dinner, imported wines, and Ukrainian/American handmade Shmurah Matzah, according to a news release from the center.

“This year, as we sit down to our Seder, we will be welcoming those in need locally, and the needs of those suffering across the globe will be on our minds as well,” center director Rabbi Pesach Scheiner stated in the news release. “In Kabbalistic teachings, matzo is referred to as the “bread of faith” and the “bread of healing”, and we will share matzo with the community at a time when faith, hope and healing are needed more than ever.”

Around Europe, Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis will host more than 30,000 refugees from Ukraine at their Passover Seders, in response to the humanitarian crisis. Thousands of refugees are being sent Passover food packages.

Those interested in attending should make reservations at boulderjudaism.com/seder. The celebration is $45 per adult and $20 per child, however, no one will be turned away due to nonpayment.

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The Boulder Center for Judaism will join other Chabad Centers around the world to welcome all at their Passover Seders amid the humanitarian refugee crisis caused by the war in Ukraine.

This year, Passover is honored from sundown on Friday, April 15 until after nightfall on Saturday, April 23. Boulder Center for Judaism’s Seder dinner will be at 7 p.m. Friday at the center, 4900 Sioux Drive, Boulder. The dinner is open to the public.

The Seder, which celebrates the liberation of Jewish people in ancient Egypt, will include a catered dinner, imported wines, and Ukrainian/American handmade Shmurah Matzah, according to a news release from the center.

“This year, as we sit down to our Seder, we will be welcoming those in need locally, and the needs of those suffering across the globe will be on our minds as well,” center director Rabbi Pesach Scheiner stated in the news release. “In Kabbalistic teachings, matzo is referred to as the “bread of faith” and the “bread of healing”, and we will share matzo with the community at a time when faith, hope and healing are needed more than ever.”

Around Europe, Chabad-Lubavitch rabbis will host more than 30,000 refugees from Ukraine at their Passover Seders, in response to the humanitarian crisis. Thousands of refugees are being sent Passover food packages.

Those interested in attending should make reservations at boulderjudaism.com/seder. The celebration is $45 per adult and $20 per child, however, no one will be turned away due to nonpayment.

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