With 37 guests, our Seder has never been better attended than on Good Friday this year! The pictures also show how much younger our congregation has become. As always, it was a meaningful liturgy that reminded us of our Jewish roots. It helped us at the same time to ponder the last supper of our Lord. Joy and sorrow were therefore close together. And since the event was organized as pot luck, we had a taste from many ethnic traditions.
Following the meal, we joined in the Randolph Room for the Tenebrae liturgy that ends in utter silence. Instead of a sermon, it was moving to hear Fawn and Thakshila give testimony of their faith. They spoke about Jesus providing sanctuary in their personal lives.