Community seders


Beginning with the words
“Let all who are hungry come and eat,” the Passover seder is a journey that recreates the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt and the great Festival of Freedom with song, story and special festival foods. Here is a listing of some community seders in the Valley and Tucson.

APRIL 1

The Chocolate Seder

The J’s annual Chocolate Seder is a high-energy event, oozing with sweetness and boasting chocolate-dipped strawberries for the karpas, a marshmallow and chocolate charoset mixture and even four glasses of chocolate milk substituted for a traditional seder’s four glasses of wine! The evening includes a fun, interactive Seder, singalongs, prizes and of course…lots of chocolate!

6–7:30 pm April 1 at the Tucson Jewish Community Center,
3800 E River Road, Tucson

$5 per person ($3 in advance); space is limited

RSVP: 520-299-3000 or tucsonjcc.org
APRIL 6

Chocolate Seder

Celebrate Passover with your family at The J! This “traditional” seder is entirely made of chocolate, but there’s also savory treats to eat. Music and crafts round out the fun.

5:30 pm April 6 at Valley of the Sun JCC, 12701 N Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale
Members: $30; Non-members: $45; Price per family up to 5 people, additional, $8 per person

RSVP: 480-634-4949 or youth@vosjcc.org
APRIL 10

Community Seder

Authentic and family-friendly Passover seder led by Chabad Tucson’s Rabbis Yossie Shemtov and Yehuda Ceitlin with full course dinner, insights, stories and songs.

6:30 pm April 10 at Young Israel Chabad, 2442 E Fourth St, Tucson

$45 adult, $25 child; after April 6: $54/adult

RSVP: 520-881-7956 or chabadtucson.com

Community Passover Seder

Enjoy an in-depth Hebrew/English Passover experience, with plenty of translation and an abundance of explanation while enjoying a delicious four-course meal, with all the trimmings.

7:30 pm April 10 at Rabbi’s home in Fountain Hills

$36 adult, $18 ages under 12

RSVP: 480-776-4763 or jewishfountainhills.com

Jewish Community Annual Passover Seder

A delicious meal, traditional songs and the Four Questions.

7:15 pm April 10 at Pollack Chabad Center, 875 N McClintock Dr, Chandler

$55 adult, $40 child.

RSVP: 480-855-4333 or chabadcenter.com

Passover Service & Seder

Service & Seder conducted by Rabbi Leo M. Abrami. Catered by Gary Shindler of Designs in Food. Delicious and traditional strictly kosher menu featuring brisket and Chicken.

6 pm service; 6:45 pm seder April 10 at Beth Emeth Congregation, 13702 W Meeker Blvd, Sun City West

Members: $50 adult; Non-members: $55 adult; $25 ages under 12

RSVP by April 3: 623-584-7210

Pesach Seder

Join us for a warm and interactive seder with delicious, traditional food and inspiring insights into the Hagaddah.

Noon on April 10 at El Conquistador Country Club, 10555 N La Canada Dr, Tucson
RSVP: Chabad of Oro Valley, 520-477-8672 or jewishorovalley.com

Seder Under the Stars

An evening of inspiration, humor and song. Full four course sumptuous dinner including salmon, roast chicken and chocolate macaroons.

6:30 pm April 10 at Chabad-Lubavitch of Mesa, 941 S Maple Ave, Mesa
$30 adult, $10 students, $5 ages under 12.

RSVP: 480-659-7001 or chabadmesa@gmail.com

APRIL 10 & 11

Annual Passover Seder

Experience the Holiday of Freedom with your family at an inspirational seder complete with hand baked matzah, four cups of superb kosher wine and a gourmet Passover dinner.

7 pm April 10 and 8 pm April 11 at Chabad of Anthem, 41332 N Hudson Trail, Anthem
$36 adult, $20 child

RSVP: jewishanthem.com/pesach

Don’t Passover the Seder

Traditional Passover Seder with all the trimmings! Hand-baked shmurah matzah, fully catered meal and explanatory tidbits throughout.

7 pm April 10 and 7:30 pm April 11 at Chabad of the West Valley, Glendale.
$36 adult, $15 student/child, $80 family discount rate

RSVP by April 3: 602-375-2422 or ichabad.org

Jewish Students Seders

U of A Chabad will be hosting interactive seders both nights of Passover. The seder will be English-friendly and not very prayer intensive.

7:30 pm April 10 & 11at Chabad at University of Arizona, 1436 E Drachman St, Tucson
RSVP: 520-820-8939 or jewishwildcats.com

“Let My People Go”…

To a Temple Emanu-El Passover Seder

Join Rabbi Samuel M. Cohon, Rabbi Batsheva Appel and Cantorial Soloist Marjorie Hochberg for the celebration. Both seders will be hamish (home-like), spiritually uplifting, filled with music and include a scrumptious kosher-for-Passover dinner. The seders are open to all.

6 pm April 10 & 11 at Temple Emanu-El, 225 N Country Club Road, Tucson

Members: $45; Non-members: $55; $35 college & military; free for ages 3 and under
RSVP: 520-327-4501 or tetucson.org

The Pesach Experience

The Pesach Seder features a four-course meal, hand-baked shmurah matzah, four cups of wine, English-Hebrew Haggadahs and insights into the Festival of Freedom.

7:30 pm April 10 & 11 at Chabad, 401 Suffolk Dr., Sierra Vista
$36 per person, $18 military

RSVP: 520-820-6256 or jewishsierravista.com/rsvp

APRIL 11

Passover 2nd Night Seder

Or Adam Congregation is hosting this seder catered by Mark Vanek (the Dancing Chef), complete with all the trimmings, four glasses of wine or juice, choice of chicken or vegetarian meal, Mark’s special charoset, afikomen and dessert macaroons.
6 pm April 11 at Cutler Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center,
122 E Culver St, Phoenix

RSVP: 480-865-4710 or oradaminfo@gmail.com

Second Night Congregational Seder

Conducted by Rabbi John Linder and Cantorial Soloist Todd Herzog. Seasons Gourmet Catering will prepare a full-course, traditional, kosher-for-Passover seder dinner.

6 pm April 11 at Temple Solel’s Social Hall, 6805 E McDonald Dr, Paradise Valley

Members: $55 adult; $45 ages 5-12; Non-members: $75 adult; $55 ages 5-12; free for ages 4 and under

RSVP by April 4: Edie Bradt, 480-991-7414 or ebradt@templesolel.org

Second Night Passover Seder

Share great dialogue, family participation, supervised children’s play and traditional dinner by Handmaker Catering.

Ma’ariv 6:15 pm; seder 6:45 pm April 11at Congregation Anshei Israel, 5550 E Fifth St, Tucson

Members: $45 adult, $30 child; Non-members: $55 adult, $40 child; $37 college & military

RSVP by April 4: caiaz.org/2nd-night-passover-seder-apr-11-2017

Second Night Seder

Delicious Passover seder dinner catered by Mark Vanek. A joyful celebration and lots of fun!

The seder includes a complete kosher-for-Passover meal and stories to relive the Exodus. A community seder that feels like family.

6 pm April 11 at Congregation Or Tzion, 9096 E Bahia Dr #106, Scottsdale
Members: $55 adult, $35 ages 4-12; Non-members: $80 adult, $50 ages 4-12; free for ages 4 and under

RSVP: 480-342-8858 or congregationortzion.org

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