We are delighted to extend a warm invitation to join our annual Atlanta Unity Seder—an event that transcends religious and cultural boundaries to celebrate the universal themes of freedom, resilience, and shared humanity.

What is a Seder?

The Seder is a ceremonial feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish festival of Passover. At its core, it is a time-honored tradition of storytelling, bringing together friends and family to retell the tale of the Israelites' liberation from slavery in ancient Egypt. The word "Seder" itself means "order," symbolizing the structured sequence of rituals and shared narratives that make this experience so poignant.

Our Unique Unity Seder: Embracing Shared Stories

The themes of Passover resonate with the human experience of overcoming adversity, seeking liberation, and fostering unity. The Seder offers a powerful platform to reflect on our collective journeys and the pursuit of freedom as a universal aspiration that unites us all.

This year, we invite you to join us for a special Atlanta Unity Seder where we will explore our parallel narratives of exodus and liberation. Our goal is to create an inclusive space where individuals from diverse backgrounds can share their own stories of overcoming challenges, forging alliances, and embodying the spirit of freedom.

Monday, April 8
6:00 p.m.

The Temple
1589 Peachtree St NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

General Admission $54
Students & Young Professionals under 40 $36
AKC Certified Kosher

Register Here

Sponsorship opportunities 

For schools, companies, organizations, and individuals 

$1,500 includes:
• 10 seats (which can also be donated for guests) 
• Recognition in promotional communications 
• Recognition in the printed program 

$2,500 includes:
• 20 seats (which can also be donated for guests)
• Recognition in promotional communications
• Recognition in the printed program

The deadline to be included in our printed program is Friday, March 29. 
To sponsor, select tickets, and then the "sponsorship" option.


“When you think of Atlanta, you think of historic collaborations between communities. The Unity Seder is that way of intentionally building community – it captures the soul of our city.”
– Sofia Bork, Community Affairs Manager, Truist

The people, purpose, and perspectives give the Unity Seder its power! In a world full of moments to divide us, it is amazing to experience a Passover Seder that showcases the commonalities in our stories."
– DeMark Liggins, National Chief of Staff, Southern Christian Leadership Conference



Elissa Fladell and Debbie Neese, Co-Chairs

Sofia Aun • Maranie Brown • Susan Bergethon • Maxine Bier • Benjamin Bornstein • Rabbi Scott Colbert • Maddie Cook • Linda Davis • Rabbi Daniel Dorsch • John Eaves • Lori Edlin • Janice Ellin • Ilene Engel • Joel Feldman • Brandon Goldberg • Murray Goldman • Melissa Harari • Kim Hockstein • Rabbi Brad Levenberg • Matthew Levin • Debbie Neese • Melanie Nelkin • Pam Rosenthal • Jeffrey Sacks • Lisa Schnaubelt • Ronnie van Gelder • Missy Waller • Michael Warshauer • Che Watkins • Jonathan Wortham

Questions about AJC’s Atlanta Unity Seder? Contact atlanta@ajc.org.

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