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Seder

Thursday, January 25th, 2007 10:04 am by shirlala

SE-der is the Hebrew word for “order.”  We use it to describe our special meal on Passover, which we go through in a certain order of 15 items.  The Tu B’Shvat Seder is modeled after the one for Passover.  Seder is also used in reference to the order of prayers that make up our services and the Hebrew word for prayer book is “Siddur.”

4 Responses to “Seder”

  1. Shira Kline Jewish Music for Kids says:

    [...] many more days until Tu B’Shvat?” Ela asked her Aba one bedtime. She knew it was soon. Ima was already coming home from the grocery store with all kinds [...]

  2. Shira Kline Jewish Music for Kids says:

    [...] many more days until Tu B’Shvat?” Ela asked her Aba one bedtime. She knew it was soon. Ima was already coming home from the grocery store with all kinds [...]

  3. Shira Kline Jewish Music for Kids says:

    [...] Tu B’Shvat they wondered how best to honor the New Year of the trees. So they created a special Seder for Tu B’Shvat. (You may remember what a Seder is from Passover.) To this day, we gather together [...]

  4. Shira Kline Jewish Music for Kids says:

    [...] Tu B’Shvat they wondered how best to honor the New Year of the trees. So they created a special Seder for Tu B’Shvat. (You may remember what a Seder is from Passover.) To this day, we gather together [...]

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