Thursday March 28
6:30-8:00 PM ET

Special Guest – Aliza Kline, President and CEO of One Table

Passover 2024 will be different from all other Passovers we’ve known.  The violent  death toll and displacement  of Israelis and Palestinians, and the rising political tensions worldwide continue to inflict pain, rupture lives and relationships, raising critical questions of identity, solidarity and the ongoing struggles for human liberation.

Lab/Shul proposes FOUR NEW QUESTIONS  to help us hear each other’s truths, engage in honest conversations, raise our cups to healing,  life and peace, together.

SAYDER 2024 is our redesigned Everybody-Friendly, God-Optional Passover Seder Insert with four new questions to integrate into your Haggadah, however works best for you.

This Passover, let’s designate our Seder tables as sacred and safe spaces for sharing stories and questions, honoring all voices, and start to heal tensions as we invoke visions for repair.

Join us for some or all of 4 weekly online sessions exploring the question: How do we bring this complexity to Judaism’s oldest sacred storytelling ritual that celebrates legacy, survival and optimism?

Sessions will be led by Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie, Lab/Shul Ritual Team & feature special guests including Aliza Kline, John Adam Ross, Zhailon Levingston, Jo Kent Katz, Rebekka Goldsmith, Libby Lenkinski, Mushon Zer-Aviv, and David Broza!

Dates: Thursdays March 28, April 4, April 11 & April 18

Per session: $20 /  $15 for Partners
All 4 sessions: $60 / $45 for Partners
(All recordings will be provided to registered guests following the event)
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Download SAYder 2024 Invitation Here >


Aliza Kline, President and CEO of One Table 

Aliza is a dynamic leader and social entrepreneur. She is co-founder and CEO of OneTable, a powerful platform for young adults to engage in Jewish life, practice and community by hosting and participating in peer-led Shabbat dinners, serving 100,000 people annually. OneTable has been featured in the New York Times, NPR, ABC and dozens of local news outlets. Aliza also co-founded and served as executive director of Mayyim Hayyim Community Mikveh and Education Center in Boston, an international model for re-imagining ancient rituals.