Celebrate Passover with CJC!
The Seder is the most significant event in the Passover celebration, gathering family and friends together to observe the holiday in a meaningful way.
We are pleased to announce that CJC’s community Seder will be conducted on Saturday, April 20th at the lovely Artisan Club, 1343 Celebration Avenue, Celebration, FL 34747 (map). Last year’s Seder at the Artisan Club was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Please note the Seder will start promptly at 6:00 p.m.
We are also extremely pleased to announce that Rabbi Robert Lefkowitz and our friends at Congregation Beth Emeth will be joining CJC in our Passover Seder.
A comprehensive, yet expeditious Seder service will be achieved using the 30 Minute Seder Haggadah.
The Seder dinner buffet menu contains traditional Passover favorites for adults and children - gefilte fish, chopped liver, matzo ball soup, roasted chicken, beef brisket, salmon, carrot tzimmes, green bean casserole, potato pancakes, wine, coffee, tea, soft drinks and dessert. The management of The Artisan Club is committed to providing excellent food and beverage service to ensure a satisfying experience. Last year’s Seder was the best ever due to the dedication and expertise of the Artisan Club’s staff.
The pricing of our Passover Seder continues at $40.00 for each adult and $20.00 for each pre-Bar/Bat Mitzvah child to promote maximum participation.
If you will be joining us. please fill out this form and send in your payment. We must have payment in advance to support this event.
The Artisan Club’s phone number is 321-939-2315, if directions are needed. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any other questions related to this event.
The Board of Trustees of Celebration Jewish Congregation (CJC) – Dr. Mike Band, Leslie Dubin, Mark & Sue Greenstein, Josh Grossman and Dan Parvaz – remain committed to continuing the fellowship of our Celebration Jewish community. Our community stretches far beyond the physical boundaries of Celebration, reaching Jewish families from areas outside Orlando. CJC has always conducted services and celebrated Festivals in a welcoming way that made everyone feel at home. Since its founding, CJC has been blessed with spiritual leadership that enabled us to independently conduct High Holy Days services, observe major holidays such as Passover, and conduct occasional Shabbat services at congregants’ residences.
As the Board works collaboratively with our congregants and the community to determine the best path forward to acquiring spiritual leadership, we will continue to rely on each other to observe Jewish traditions. We are also blessed with the support of other congregations in the area such as Congregation Beth Emeth lead by Rabbi Robert Lefkowitz. CJC congregants were invited to participate in Beth Emeth’s High Holy Days services which allowed for many of us to pray together and meet new people who share our beliefs and values. The “Other Congregations” page can provide you with the basic contact and location information to determine the availability of regularly scheduled Shabbat services, Hebrew School, Adult Jewish Education, etc.
If you would like to host a Shabbat or Havdalah service, please contact us to indicate your interest or ask any questions about what it involves. It's easy. We will be happy to help you create an enjoyable event for the local Jewish community.