“This program gives Jewish adults in their 20’s & 30’s opportunities to socialize, explore their Jewish identity and culture as well as build community." explains Rabbi Jessy Gross, Director of Charm City Tribe.
Baltimore, Maryland (PRWEB) March 14, 2014
Charm City Tribe, in Baltimore, Maryland is gearing up for another Jewish holiday celebration. On April 15, 2014 from 6:00-10:00pm the Charm City Tribe, will be celebrating the Passover holiday at Area 405 Gallery on 405 E Oliver Street. Known for exploring Jewish culture and tradition in unconventional ways, Charm City Tribe has organized a Seder not to be compared to your Bubbe’s Seder. This Baltimore based group is anything but traditional. Roaming Rabbi Jessy Gross, has planned thought provoking and socially engaging programs designed to connect Jews in their 20s and 30s looking to explore their Jewish identity and culture as well as build a community.
The program will be divided into two separate parts. Part one will be the community Seder from 6:15-8:15pm. This includes a rousing telling of the story of the exodus from Egypt and a festive meal with all of the traditional and delicious Jewish foods – gefilte fish, matzo ball soup, brisket, four cups of wine, and, of course, the four questions. Your $20 entry fee for part one also secures a spot in part two of this event – The Find the Afikomen Hallel After-Party from 8:30-10:00pm. ($5.00 to attend this part only) Indulge in your favorite pesadich desserts, potato vodka cocktails and a rock-n-roll performance of Hallel – a collection of psalms put together to be sung on joyous occasions on the Hebrew calendar.
About Charm City Tribe: Funded by the Associated Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore in conjunction with the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore and orchestrated by Rabbi Jessy Gross, this organization was created with the goal of engaging Baltimore City’s young adult Jewish population with ongoing programs and events that enable them to explore Jewish traditions, values and ideas in their own way.