Please note that the First Night Seder will begin streaming at 6:10 PM.
Please join us for our Congregational Online Seder led by Temple Emanu-El’s clergy on Wednesday, April 5 at 6:10 PM, immediately following the evening service. Guaranteed fun for members of all ages, family and friends. Celebrate with song and spirit the story of our people’s liberation from Egypt and our own hope for brighter days ahead!
Our Passover logo features a 19th century Dutch delftware seder plate from the Temple Emanu-El Bernard Museum of Judaica. The word Passover (Pesach) in Hebrew is featured in the center with no grooves for ritual food. The plate is hand painted and glazed, and it appears more decorative than functional. This rare specimen of Judaica from the Netherlands is a surprising example of Jewish ritual art blending with local decorative motifs and production.
De Porceleyne Claeuw Factory
Netherlands, First half of the 19th century
Delft Polychrome [CEE 2022-58]
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