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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Passover - Maltz Museum Tour/Seder Meal

God is good!  Please join us for a day filled with amazing symbolism between Judaism and Christianity.  We will begin with a Jewish Heritage tour at the Maltz Museum to learn about Passover, then tour the Synagogue (there on site), and conclude with a Seder Meal!  Praising Him for putting Stacey in our life to help organize and make this event even better than I could have thought possible!!!!

And the disciples did as Jesus had directed them, and they prepared the passover.  Matthew 26:19

A Passover Seder is a service help as part of the Passover Celebration.  It is observed on the first night of Passover and sometimes the second night as well.  The Seder service concludes with a dinner.  A book called the "Haggadah" is used to lead the service and means "the telling".  The Haggadah contains instructions for the Seder, blessings and the Passover story.

There are 15 parts of the ritual service and food is an important symbolic element of Passover.

Friday, March 1, 2013 
11:00  AM Maltz Museum/Passover/Synagogue tour, then approximately at 12:30PM we will begin the Seder Meal

Admission is $3/child and $5/adult for the museum

Seder Meal $2-3/person

The tour will be geared towards K - 5th grade.  The tour will last approximately one hour, then we will tour the Synagogue/Temple and end with the Seder Meal.  Please bring a snack (no nuts) so the kids (and you?) will have a happy tummy while they participate/learn about the Seder Meal.  This will not be a full Seder Meal, just the elements that represent symbolism.

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
2929 Richmond Road
Beachwood, OH 44122

Please email Kim at with the number in your family that will be attending.  Any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  

We may need the admission cost and to purchase nibbles for the Seder Meal upfront?  I will email everyone interested if that is the case....Thank you! 

1 comment:

  1. Wow, the response has been overwhelming for this tour! I need to put a hold on reservations to see if the Maltz Museum is able to accommodate more than 80? Please feel free to be added to a wait list..,.thank you!