Passover/Pesah 2023/5783


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Second Night of Passover, April 6th at 7:00 pm ,IKAR Event Space: 1729 S. La Cienega Blvd

Join TRIBE for a night unlike any other! Leave your hametz behind and enjoy a night filled with spirit, joy, and four cups of wine! What if I’ve never been to a seder before? That’s ok neither have we! Kidding, but we are hoping to make the seder as inclusive and accessible as possible for folks with knowledge low and high! You’ll find the address and additional information in the RSVP form but just know — you won’t want to miss this.

Seder Matching!



Please let us know if you can host or would like to be matched for the first Seder on Wednesday, April 5.


We will be in touch about timing, location, and other logistics once we recieve your submission.

Haggadot, Resources, & Actions

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Seder Guide


What’s the deal with Hametz?


Jam to Passover-Themed Spotify Playlists

What is Passover/Pesah?


…the enduring testament to the power of possibility. It’s our job to make it meaningful.

From the story of the Exodus from Egypt emerges the most powerful claim of our tradition: the eternal possibility that we can move from slavery to freedom, from darkness to light, from degradation to dignity.

Are You Seder Ready?

Click here to make sure you have everything you need for your table. Don’t forget pillows, you want to be comfy.

ICYMI: Click to watch

How to Lead a Seder: Music & Words by R’ David Kasher & Hillel Tigay, 4.13.22


Sermon: Leaving Egypt in a Warming World by R’ Morris Panitz, 4.10.22


The Priests of Passover – Parsha Study by R’ David Kasher, 4.7.22


The Plagues and OUR PLAGUE by R’ Chaim Seidler-Feller, 4.5.22

Greatest Hits

Learn: How to Lead Your Own Seder – R’ David Kasher


Read: On Passover Night, Let’s Relinquish Our Fear – R’ Sharon Brous


Dance: Ozi V’zimrat Yah – Hazzan Hillel Tigay


Swoon: IKAR Kids Talk Passover