You’re Invited! Atlanta Passover Community Seders
Passover is Judaism’s most creative platform for telling and retelling the master story of going from slavery to freedom. If you’re looking for a seder, we’ve got you covered! Many synagogues hold traditional community seders on the first two days of Passover, and other Atlanta organizations are offering seders with a theme or message. Here’s a list of seders, from Atlanta Jewish Connector, that are open to the public. We’ve also posted some unconventional non-congregational seders happening in Atlanta, when you click the link below.
Remember too, it’s a great mitzvah to invite others to your seder. This year, the Pittsburgh Jewish community has a launched a national initiative called 2 for Seder, encouraging everyone to push back on Antisemitism by welcoming two non-Jewish neighbors or friends to your seder. Learn more at www.2forseder.org
- City Winery “Downtown Seder” | Saturday, April 6 | doors open at 6 pm. City Winery Atlanta hosts an all-star lineup of performers who dine among guests in an interactive Passover seder meal, which includes City Winery wines. Artists include David Broza, Speech (Arrested Development) and more. Tickets here.
- Special Seder | April 7 | 4:00 pm | Congregation Shearith Israel. For 24 consecutive years Congregation Shearith Israel has hosted a free-of-charge seder honoring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Contact email@example.com for information.
- ORT Atlanta’s Region Women’s Seder | Monday, April 8 | 7 pm. The 20th Annual ORT Women’s Seder celebrates women with wine, song, sharing of recipes, and holiday joy. Register and find out more information here.
- Atlanta Unity Seder | Wednesday, April 10 | 6-9 pm | The Temple. This seder, sponsored by American Jewish Committee, shares the story of the Exodus with representatives from the Jewish, Black, Muslim, Baptist, Catholic, Mormon, Indian, and Korean communities, and others. Get tickets here.
- Muslim-Jewish Seder | Monday, April 15 | The Temple. Reserve your seat at this unique seder bringing two religious traditions together. Tickets here.
- B’nai Torah Sisterhood Women’s Seder | Tuesday, April 16 | 7:00 pm | Congregation B’nai Torah. An exploration of the true meaning of the Feast of Freedom, by women, for women. RSVP and register here. Register by April 9, $19 per person, free for women ages 12-21.
- The General Muir | Friday, April 19 & Saturday, April 20 | Passover Seder Dinner & Catering. The General Muir restaurant offers a seder plate with symbolic elements available ($20) when you make your reservation. This is not a group seder; rather, we invite you to make a reservation for your party, bring your haggadahs, and conduct a seder at your table — or just enjoy our version of a traditional seder meal in the company of others doing the same. Call or email
firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations. Deadline is Friday, April 12. Details here.
- OneTable Atlanta | Friday, April 19 and 20. OneTable Atlanta, a nonprofit for 20s and 30s, will help you host or attend a Passover seder. This year, the first seder falls on Friday night, and OneTable is ready with themes, discussions, and intentions to enhance the celebration. They’ll even provide a dinner stipend for your first OR second night seder. You must post your dinner on their site no later than Tuesday, April 16th in order to be nourished for Passover. Sign up here.
- HAMSA Sober Seder | Tuesday, April 23 | 7-9 pm | Temple Sinai. For people in recovery, the ceremonial four cups of wine at Passover can be a barrier to participation. HAMSA (Helping Atlantans Manage Substance Abuse), a program of Jewish Family & Career Service, offers a Sober Seder for people in recovery and their loved ones.
- Hunger Seder | April 24, 6-9:30 pm | Ahavath Achim Synagogue. AA Synagogue and Atlanta Jewish Community Relations Council, along with seventeen organizations, have partnered on the 9th annual Atlanta Community Hunger Seder. Learn about hunger in Atlanta and become an advocate for change. $36 covers a fully catered kosher meal. Tickets available here.
- InterfaithFamily ATL | Free Passover email series. With Easter overlapping with the week of Passover, IFF offers a free Passover email series. Learn the story of Passover observance with resources on how to lead a seder. Sign up here.
- PJ Library Passover Events. PJ Library, PJ Baby and PJ Kid are sponsoring six different neighborhood-based events for young families over Passover. Find out more here. The PJ Library Connectors will also have copies of a family friendly Haggadah created by Atlanta Grandmother, Spring Asher.