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Jewish Deaf Community Center Virtual Seders in ASL

Are you a Deaf Jew looking for a Seder in ASL? We are pleased that our partners at the Jewish Deaf Community Center are offering 4 virtual seders in ASL. The following times are offered. Please be sure to register for your preferred time.

April 8th First Evening Seder, Wednesday
4:00 PM PST / 7:00 PM EST
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April 8th First Evening Seder, Wednesday
7:00 PM PST / 10:00 PM EST
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April 9th Second Evening Seder, Thursday
4:00 PM PST / 7:00 PM EST
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April 9th Second Evening Seder, Thursday
7:00 PM PST / 10:00 PM EST
Register Now:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing more details on using Zoom video conferencing software. The JDCC will send you Passover Seder Checklist and JDCC Haggadah PDF files.

The seder will be conducted only in ASL. There is no charge to participate but advance registration is required. Reservations are on a first-come, first served basis. This is an Online Seder using Zoom video conferencing software, everyone will prepare their own meals and “eat together” online.

Everyone in your household should sit at a table and use a desktop computer or laptop at the table during the Seder. We do not recommend you use iPhone or iPad. We look forward to having you with us at JDCC’s First Online Community Seder.

Please consider supporting this important organization with a donation to the JDCC Passover Fund –

Can’t make it live? JDCC has these great recorded seders from years past:

JDCC 6th Annual Community Seder – April 19, 2000 at Burbank Temple Emanu El – featuring Sharon Ann Dror

JDCC 7th Annual Community Seder – April 8, 2001 at Adat Ari El – hosted by Bernard Bragg and led by Jeff Dichter, featuring Rabbi Rebecca Dubowe,  Joshua Soudakoff and Sharon Ann Dror.

JDCC 10th Annual Community Seder – April 6, 2004 at Adat Ari El – hosted by Marlee Matlin, and led by DJ Kurs, featuring Rabbi Rebecca Dubowe, Michael Soudakoff & Rachel Soudakoff, Sharon Ann Dror and Joshua Soudakoff

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