For many years, the Shul has been holding a first night community Seder -- one of the few places in Boston to do this (most shuls do second night only).
The Shul's seders are led by Dr. David Fishman, professor of modern Jewish history at the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York. The feedback from attendees has been outstanding.
Our (Kosher) seder food comes from the Butcherie in Brookline. The feedback from people who have attended other community seders in Boston is that we provide both superior quality and quantity of food.
We have limited seating capacity and regularly sell out 1-2 weeks prior to the seder, so you will need to make reservations ASAP with payment in advance. We give preference to Boston Synagogue members. Once we sell out, we will take names for our waiting list.
Seder Pricing 2014 (same as last year!)
Children Under 10
All reservations are non-refundable (we make binding catering commitments based on reservations) and are not tax deductable.