Passover Second Seder – 4/23


Tuesday, April 23rd, 5:45 p.m.

Rabbi Mathew Marko and Cantor Hanan Leberman invite you to join us for a fun, engaging, musical, and meaningful Passover Seder. Together, we’ll retell the story of our liberation from Egypt and celebrate the festival of freedom.

Passover is the most widely celebrated of all the Jewish holidays. While the celebration and the foods may differ from home to home, or community to community, it is absolutely a cornerstone of our tradition.

To help us continue fostering a warm and welcoming kehillah (community), we will not have reserved tables. Family and friends will find their way to each other and we encourage everyone to open their arms, hearts, and tables to those who are new members of our congregational family or welcomed visitors.

Reserve your space by Monday, April 15th:

After our deadline we will accept reservations if we can accommodate them. An additional $5 per person will also be charged. Our online option will be shut down so please call the office at 619 697-6001.

  • TIS Members and Silverman Preschool Families
    Adults - $65
    Youth 5 – 10 years - $36
    Children under 5 years - complimentary
  • Non-members
    Adults - $75
    Youth 5 – 10 years - $40
    Children under 5 years - complimentary


When you make your reservation you’ll have an opportunity to help enhance our seder with wine or host someone who otherwise may not be able to afford to join us. More details are below.
Help increase our joy during this celebration of our freedom by sponsoring a bottle (or more) of wine at $20 per bottle.

In our Passover Haggadah we say Ha Lachma Anya, “behold this is the bread of affliction, let ALL who are hungry come and eat."

There are those in our community for whom the cost of the Seder would be a hardship. If you are able, it would be a tremendous Mitzvah to sponsor others ($65 each) to join our Passover Seder.

Our Seder Meal is being provided by Catering by Batya

In addition to all of the traditional items from the Seder plate, our dinner menu is as follows:

  • Gefilte Fish
  • Chicken Soup (*Vegetarian Soup)
  • Fluffy Matzah Balls
  • Fresh Green Salad
  • Traditional Potato/Egg Salad
  • Matbucha – Authentic Moroccan Cooked Tomato Salad
  • Beet Salad
  • Baked Chicken with Dried Fruits (*Quinoa Stuffed Peppers)
  • A Wide Array of Seasonal Grilled Vegetables
  • Herb Roasted Potatoes
  • Sweet Kugel
  • Fruit and Cookies for Dessert

*Denotes the alternative options for those who are vegetarian or vegan. Be sure you indicate this when making your reservation.


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