The inspiration for this Shabbat comes from the Tu B’Shevat Seder developed by the Kabbalist Jewish mystics of the 16th century. Seder means order and is a method of structured learning through asking questions and assigning symbolic meaning to wine and food. Every Seder tells a story. Our Seder this Shabbat is about the importance of our environment. We will ask questions, drink wine, and eat the produce of trees all with the goal of learning and sharing our love for the world and our fears for its welfare.
Please bring a sweet delight ready to serve in a reusable container for the Oneg following the service. Wine, challah, coffee and tea will be provided.