Passover Hospitality at TI Means Matching Seder Hosts With Guests.........posted Feb 14, 2013
"All who are hungry, let them come and eat" is not just something we read in the Haggadah once a year. It is said Abraham and Sarah placed such great importance on welcoming others that they kept the walls of their tents open so that they could see potential guests from a long way off and ran to prepare for them.
At Tikvat Israel, we strive to emulate this example and offer members of our community the opportunity to be either a host or a guest at a Passover Seder.
Congregants young and old who do not have a Seder to attend and those who have a seat or two to fill at the Seder table are asked to complete the form appearing in the March-April issue of the Tikvat Israel Bulletin. Mail the completed form to the shul office by March 15. Alternatively, you may contact Hope Levy Kott, TI's hospitality coordinator, at 301-921-8268 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make the arrangements to be a guest or a host on the first and/or second night of the holiday.