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Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

Atlanta Interfaith Hunger Seder 2023

Join JCRC Atlanta for the 13th Annual Interfaith Hunger Seder! As our involvement with interfaith partners in tackling food insecurity grows, we welcome everyone of every faith to have a seat at our table. Registration is CLOSED. Contact 770-366-7686 with questions.

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Atlanta Interfaith Hunger Seder 2023
Atlanta Interfaith Hunger Seder 2023

Time & Location

Apr 10, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, 1440 Spring St NW, Atlanta, GA 30309, USA

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About the Event

Registration is now closed. Please contact Leslie Anderson at 770-366-7686 or info@jcrcatlanta.org for any additional information or availalbe seats.

The Seder, the Hebrew word for order, is a ritual feast at the beginning  of the Jewish holiday of Passover that includes reading, telling  stories, eating symbolic foods, singing, and other holiday traditions. This year, the Atlanta Interfaith Hunger Seder takes place amidst several holidays, including Passover, Ramadan, and Easter. Our  Interfaith Hunger Seder follows Jewish tradition by sharing the  retelling of the  Israelites’ escape from slavery in ancient Egypt  alongside a delicious vegetarian meal, and strays from tradition by  inspiring a conversation about hunger in our community and steps we can  each take to address it.

Sustainable Nutrition is a Human Right

We  are excited to welcome the interfaith community of Atlanta to our Seder  table to be part of this special event, highlighting the tireless work  toward food justice occurring in the Metro area.

At 6 p.m., the Marketplace  opens, filled with our community partners that fight hunger and food  insecurity every day. Come learn about their efforts and ways to be  involved in their essential work. Immediately thereafter, we will enjoy  our meal and program; we are looking forward to breakout conversations  and diving deeper into ways we can make an impact on food insecurity  across Metro Atlanta. Once again, we will be led by Rabbi Larry  Sernovitz of Temple Kol Emeth, assisted by other respected clergy  leaders.

Help us raise $10,000 for our partner organizations! Donate today!

Tickets

  • Donation ticket

    Please consider purchasing seats for those who are otherwise unable.

    $36.00
    +$0.90 service fee
  • General Admission

    $36.00
    +$0.90 service fee
    Sale ended
  • Nonprofit Professional

    $18.00
    +$0.45 service fee
    Sale ended
  • Young Adults

    ages 18-30

    $18.00
    +$0.45 service fee
    Sale ended
  • Youth/Student

    Age 7-18

    $18.00
    +$0.45 service fee
  • Children (6 & under)

    Children (6 & under) are free

    $0.00
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  • Complimentary Seat Request

    $0.00

Total

$0.00

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