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Author: Mala Blomquist

If you are new to the area, don’t have family in town to celebrate with or are not hosting seder this year, chances are you can find a community seder to celebrate the anniversary of our people’s exodus from Egyptian slavery close by where you live. Here is a list of Passover seders around the state.


Community Model Seder

12:30 p.m. online and in person at Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus, 12701 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale. Join Gesher Disability Resources for this inclusive event led by Rabbi Aviva Funke. Registration required. For more information, email debbies@gesherdr.org.


Choc-Over Seder (Youth)

6:15 p.m. at Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley, 3400 N. Dobson Road, Chandler. Enjoy a fun spin on the Haggadah with those in grades 3-12. Cost: $10 per person. For more information, visit tbsev.org.


CBI’s 5th Annual Women’s Seder

4:30 p.m. at Congregation Beth Israel’s ballroom, 10460 N. 56th St., Scottsdale. Join Rabbi Sara Mason-Barkin and the women of CI for an afternoon of laughter, joy, friendship and song. Cost: $58 members ($68 nonmembers). For more information, visit swrorpswre.formstack.com/forms/womens_seder_2023_registration.


Passover Seder

5:30 p.m. at Jewish Community of Sedona & the Verde Valley Synagogue, 100 Meadowlark Dr., Sedona. Join Rabbi Alicia Magal for an evening of story, song and symbolic food. Cost: $72 members ($90 nonmembers), $25 ages 6-12, ages under 6 free; reservations due by March 22. For more information, visit jcsvv.org/events/passover-seder/.

Community Passover Seder

6 p.m. at Temple Beth Shalom of the West Valley, 12202 N. 10st Ave., Sun City. Join TBSWV for its community seder. Cost: $45 for adults, $22 ages 7-13, free for ages under 7. Make your reservation by April 1 by calling the temple at 623-977-3240.

Pesach Seder for Seniors

6:15 p.m. at location in Central Phoenix, provided upon RSVP. Join Smile On Seniors and Rabbi Levi and Chani Levertov for an interactive seder with traditional food and insights into the Hagaddah. Cost: $30 suggested donation; RSVP required by March 27. For more information, visit sosaz.org.

Passover Community Seder with Chabad of Gilbert

6:30 p.m. at Chabad Jewish Center of Gilbert, 4475 E. Carriage Way, Gilbert. Cost: $25 adults, $10 children. For more information, visit jewishgilbert.com/seder.

Passover Seder with Chabad at ASU

6:45 p.m. at Smetana Family Shul at the Levenbaum Chabad House, 971 S. Ash Ave., Tempe. Open to college students, family members, faculty and the greater community. For more information, visit jewishasu.com.

Chabad of the East Valley Community Passover Seder

7 p.m. at The Pollack Chabad Center for Jewish Life, 875 N. McClintock Dr., Chandler. Join Chabad for a gourmet seder with an international wine selection and special activities for families with kids. Cost: $65 adults, $55 ages 3-12. For more information, visit chabadcenter.com/seder.

Chabad of North Phoenix Pesach Seder

7 p.m. at 22044 N. 44th St. #100, Phoenix. Enjoy a seder with round matzah, four cups of wine and an explanation in English of what’s happening at each stage and an opportunity for discussion. Cost: $50 adults, $30 ages under 12; prices increase by $10 per person after March 31. For more information, visit ourjewishcenter.com.

Chabad Tucson Community Passover Seder

7 p.m. at Chabad Lubavitch of Tucson, 2443 E. Fourth St., Tucson. Passover seder meal led by Rabbis Yossie Shemtov and Yehuda Ceitlin with full-course dinner, reading of the Haggadah, songs and stories. Cost: $65 adults, $35 children. For more information, visit chabadtucson.com.

This article originally appeared on Jewishaz.com. To find the comprehensive list of community Passover seders, please continue to the Jewish News article.

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