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Women’s Seder


Raise your voice. Feed your soul. Bond with your sisters. 

The JCC Women’s Seder is a celebration of modern Judaism that celebrates the role of women in the 21st century, both how far we’ve come and the obstacles that still exist for our sisters both in the Jewish community as well as in the secular community. Our Seder occurs yearly every spring before Passover.

Women’s Seder 2017
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Women’s Seder 2016
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Women’s Seder 2015
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