Our annual, child-friendly – some might say a little anarchic – communal seder, led by student Rabbi Gabriel Webber, will be held this year on Tuesday 23rd April. With food, games, songs, and all the Peach traditions, this is an absolutely must for all our members and supporters.
Venue: Clements Hall, Nunthorpe Road, YO23 1BW
Time: 5.30pm onwards, starting promptly at 6pm – 8pm.
Parking: In the school car park opposite
Food and drink: Please bring to share (see below)
Donation: £5 pp for members and £15 for non members. (To cover the costs of hall hire and everything else required for the Seder. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a discreet conversation if this is a problem for you.)
Eating at seder can be complicated and we try to be as inclusive as possible. For this reason, in addition to our normal vegetarian policy, we also welcome fish for Seder only, but please no meat, ‘leaven’ or ‘kitniyot’ (rice and beans) – for more information on what you can bring click here.
YLJC will provide symbolic foods for the Seder itself, and drinks for the 4 cups (covered by your donation), but please feel free to also bring wine and soft drinks to enjoy during the actual meal.
To let us know you are coming please complete this form asap as space is limited:
By the way, we are often asked by members where they can buy food certified as kosher for Pesach. While as Liberal Jews we are not concerned by traditional kashrut certification, if this is something which is important to you, you may be interested in the Leeds pop-up deli at 411 Harrogate Road, Leeds LS17 7BY.