Tu Bi'Shvat Seder
Time & Location
About The Event
Join Rabbi s Guttman and Koren as they lead you through the traditions and meaning of the Tu Bi'Shvat seder.
What you’ll need for Temple's Tu Bi'shvat seder-at-home:
· One kiddush cup, wine glass, or cup per person.
· White and deep red wine which will be mixed together at different points in the seder to make four cups per person. Do not pre-mix.
If you prefer, you can use four different kinds of wine from white to deep red. Similar to Passover, red and white grape juice are also perfect for adults and children to use during this seder.
Pre-arranged on one plate or on separate plates, you should have at least a few selections of three different classifications of fruit (fresh or dried) on hand:
· Fruit with an outer shell – kiwi, banana, pomegranate, orange, tangerine, and melon; most nuts, even if they have been previously shelled, fit this category.
· Fruit with no outer shell and inedible pits/seeds – pears, plums, prunes, peaches, dates, and olives
· Fruit which is entirely edible – seedless grapes, raisins, figs, strawberries
(These are just some examples. Feel free to be creative, to include vegetables, and avoid any items which will trigger an allergic reaction.)
· Bread for the HaMotzi blessing.
Our seder will begin at 7:00 PM and will not include dinner.
Keeping in the spirit of our celebration, we encourage you to have a plant-based meal this evening.