Passover is a celebration of human freedom, human courage, and the human ingenuity that leads us from slavery to freedom and from despair to dignity. Our annual Passover Seder is an eagerly anticipated tradition at Kahal Chaverim. We gather for a congregation Seder that includes an excellent “pot luck” dinner brought by our members.

We observe by reading from a Humanistic Haggadah that blends the traditional Passover story and rituals with stories of our modern struggles for freedom from oppression, in order to make Passover a more meaningful celebration for Humanistic Jews.



Learn more about our Ceremonial Leader, who performs ceremonies for our community as well as for non members.

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Kahal Chaverim is a growing community that brings together families from all around Morris and neighboring counties to celebrate Jewish culture and values. We are one of 30 congregations affiliated with the Society for Humanistic Judaism, founded in 1963 by Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine.