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POSTPONED. BRYN MAWR: an Interfaith Tu b’Shevat Seder for EVERYONE
January 22, 2016 @ 7:00 PM - 8:30 PMFree
POSTPONED due to forecast (church building will be closed). Will be rescheduled. Date TBA.
A rooted, creative, mystical, musical, Jewish and environmental Holy Day (the New Year of the Trees) will be held at the Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church (map and address below).
Have a light dinner beforehand, then come to enjoy and learn about Jewish mysticism, and about how we can together walk a bit more lightly on our planet. Fruits, nuts, and a bissel of cake will be part of the seder (service).
Rabbi Yitz encourages interested folks to be in touch in advance! Send any sorts of questions —or email him about any way you might like to participate. Musicians that would like to join are most welcome (Cantor Daniella is a collaborative music leader!), or people may share (in advance) any “green” songs, from their faith traditions or beyond.
If possible, let us know that you’ll join us,** so we can be sure to have plenty of food to share. Free-will offerings will be gratefully accepted.
Cosponsored by PA Interfaith Power & Light and the Main Line Jewish Community Derech HaLev, and hosted by Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church
*We’ll plan for people to be able to leave by 8:30, but if there is lots of energy and interest to continue, some folks may stay on just a bit longer.
**RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send a single reminder email with indoor directions to the room we’ll be in to everyone who RSVPs. Both our shopping list and our meeting room choice depends on about how many people will join in, but we don’t want RSVPs to keep any last-minute joiners away!