2018 Downtown Community Seder

The Downtown Community Seder

The Downtown Community Seder takes place on the 1st night of Passover starting at 6 PM. This year’s theme is “The Positive Judaism Passover.” All guests and members that have made their reservation will receive an e-mail on Thursday, April 18 with details and instructions.

The 2019 Seder is Sold-Out. We are sorry for any inconvenience. 


Passover 5774 kidsSeder will be led “family style” by Rabbi Darren Levine and Musical Director Matt Turk and will include all the traditional Passover foods followed by Israeli dancing and fun. Our seder, like Tamid, is very family friendly!

Our Seder takes place at the Historic 9/11 Chapel, 209 Broadway at Fulton St., the oldest house of worship in New York City and the space where George Washington prayed on his inauguration day. It’s a remarkable experience to celebrate ancient freedom in the house where our country dreamed of freedom in the modern era.

$50 per adult
$25 per child age 3-12.
Free for infants/toddlers

Prep for the seder and review some of the lessons, meaning, and songs using our Tamid Online lessons for Passover and listen to Rabbi Darren Levine speak about Passover on this Podcast.
Happy Passover!