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PESACH SEDER 5779 • April 19

‍‍March 22, 2019 - 15 Adar II 5779
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SIM SHALOM PESACH SEDER We are pleased to invite you for our congregational Pesach seder to be held at 6 p.m. on Friday, April 19, 2019 at Stefania Palace – Honved Cultural Centre (District 14, 34-36 Stefania street – see map) and led by Rabbi Katalin Kelemen, Cantor Diana Senechal and Cantor Ivan Denes MENU All […]

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Sim Shalom Congregational Seder 5776

‍‍March 9, 2016 - 29 Adar I 5776

We are pleased to invite you for our congregational Pesach seder to be held at 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at Hungaria City Center Hotel (District 7, 90 Rakoczi street) – see map) Fee: HUF 8,000 / € 25 / USD 30 Menu: A) matzah ball bouillon + roasted chicken legs with steak […]

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Sim Shalom Congregational Seder 5774

‍‍March 24, 2014 - 22 Adar II 5774

Join our congregational seder on April 14, 2014, at 6 PM at the Stefania Cultural Center (Stefánia Kulturális Központ, address: Stefánia út 34-36, 14th District, in Pest). Menu with soup, side dishes, dessert and wine A) matzah ball soup + roasted duck legs with steak potato, cabbage with apple B) vegetarian matzah ball soup + aubergine […]

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Sim Shalom Congregational Seder 5773

‍‍March 22, 2013 - 11 Nisan 5773

Join our congregational seder on March 25, 2013, at 6 PM at the Stefania Cultural Center (Stefánia Kulturális Központ, address: Stefánia út 34-36, 14th District, in Pest)  Menu with soup, side dishes, dessert and wine duck leg or fish filet or vegetarian Price: HUF 5,500 Reservations can be made at: info@sim-shalom.org or +36-1-201-7648

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Pesach Seder 5771: Highest Headcount Ever

‍‍May 4, 2011 - 30 Nisan 5771

Congregational Seders are nothing unusual in most Reform/Progressive congregations. Sim Shalom has one every year. But the one this year set some records. First-off, the attendance of 144 people was the largest ever. As usual, we held it in a public place that has the necessary space and the ability to serve a nice meal, since our synagogue can only seat around 70 and that is for services. For the third year in a row we held it in a very nice dining room belonging to a military officer’s club.

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