Seattle's first InterSpiritual Seder led by Rabbi Ted Falcon with deepening from Imam Jamal Rahman & Ann Holmes Redding.|
Why do so many churches attempt to celebrate a Seder meal? Surely, the connection to the Last Supper is clear, but perhaps the yearning for a celebration of the journey from enslavement to freedom is part of human consciousness itself. Perhaps we all share this yearning for a deeper
kind of freedom that can only be realized as a spiritual reality. This year, Rabbi Ted Falcon leads Seattle's first InterSpiritual Seder at the Interfaith Community Sanctuary in Ballard, with spiritual deepening from Imam Jamal Rahman and Ann Holmes Redding.
As Rabbi Ted says, 'You don't have to be Jewish, you don't have to be Christian, and you don't have to be Muslim to find deep meaning in the symbolic meal celebrating the continuing journey from enslavement to freedom. We all are on a spiritual path that invites us to release confining
patterns of ego and open our hearts and our minds to the realization of true freedom.'
Join us in sharing this authentic Seder ritual designed by Rabbi Ted Falcon with a kosher-style meal and vegan option available.
Interfaith Community Sanctuary (View)
1763 NW 62nd Street
Seattle, WA 98107
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|