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Red Sea Reflection: A Wake-Up Call to Gratitude

  • Mid-City, Los Angeles (map)
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This experience has been made possible with generous support of the Y&S Nazarian Family Foundation and the Jewish Community Foundation


The song “Dayenu” in the traditional Passover Seder translates to “enough” and is about being grateful for all of the gifts given to the Jewish people. During this song, Persian Jews have a ritual to hit each other with scallions, representing the hardships of slavery and a wake-up call to present day. Join us for an experiential deep-dive of the themes of the Dayenu blessing and this ancient Iranian tradition. We’ll explore what’s holding us back, connect with each other, and all over a enjoy a delicious Kosher for Passover meal. Come with an open heart and open mind.

Dinner will be fully Kosher for Passover – Glatt and all.    

Co-created with Sharon Peykar.

This experience is designed for those in their 20s and 30s from all cultural backgrounds and who enjoy reflecting and going inward.

Earlier Event: April 19
Shabbat x Seder LA
Later Event: April 23
Welcome Home: A transpLAnt seder