Seder in the Desert – XXXVIII
*Last Year’s Photo at Seder in the Desert XXXVII
We invite you to a spiritually rewarding, camp experience for Seder in the Desert XXXVIII! This is great time to get away with family and celebrate age old tradition by making new memories. We invite you to our informational meeting on Sunday, March 5 at 11:30 a.m. at Temple Beth Hillel, where you can speak with the Rabbis and learn more about our event.
Below you will find some answers to very common questions:
Q: What exactly IS Seder in the Desert?
A: Seder in the Desert is a Passover tradition that Temple Beth Hillel started doing in 1979 to celebrate Passover. Going to the desert is a very symbolic idea to remember what our ancestors overcame. We decided to put these ideas together and drive out to the desert over Passover weekend, where we camp in a safe, designated camp ground, observe a Passover Shabbat and Seder and spend time connecting with our families and with each other.
Q: Are there bathrooms?
A: Yes! There are clean bathrooms within a short walking distance from where we set up camp. There is running water too!
Q: Do I HAVE to camp in a tent?
A: You may camp in a tent or, like many families, you can rent an RV for the weekend.
Q: Where exactly IS Seder in the Desert held?
A: Yucaipa State National Park
Q: Do I need to buy a ticket for this event?
A: You do NOT need to purchase a ticket for this event?
Q: I have more questions, but I can not attend the meeting. What can I do?
A: E-mail email@example.com or set-up an appoint to speak with Rabbi Sarah by calling our main office at (818)763-9148