Passover


Paassover is a week long holiday marking the deliverance of the Israelites from bondage. Beginning with a festive meal called a seder and characterized by an abstention from bread products.

There are a number of ways to observe Passover at Emory University. See below for updated Passover programming and email Emory Jewish Chaplain Jordan Braunig at jordan.braunig@emory.edu for more information or questions.

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Hillel Passover 2022

Register by April 11

Passover is coming and Emory Hillel is excited to be offering meals over Passover at no cost to students, thanks to the generous support of the Emory community. Please RSVP for the meals you would like to attend, including Seders (DIY options available) and meals during the week.All food served at Hillel is Kosher for Passover under the supervision of Rabbi Ilan Schwartz, Executive Director of Emory Hillel.

Please RSVP here by Monday, April 11 to ensure Hillel has enough food. For questions, E-mail ilan@emoryhillel.org.              

Chabad

Chabad is hosting Seders on Friday, April 15 and Saturday, April 16 at 8:00 pm. There will also be a dinner each night of Passover at 6:00 p.m. For more information about Passover at Chabad, please click here: https://www.chabademory.org/contact/.