SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - At Savannah's Congregation Mickve Israel, a celebration of the second night of Passover.
Happening Tuesday, a seder, or a traditional dinner in which the Passover story is told. Rabbi Robert Haas says a lot of the food, including matzo ball soup and maror is served to help remember ancestors who escaped slavery.
"It's a way, really to, in our synagogue, invite more people to celebrate because you can't fit everybody at one time, but it also gives people time to go to people's homes or do it at their own home. It gives people a variety of options because every seder is unique. Some people do it at their house, some people do it at other places. It's really nice because everybody has their own family traditions," said Rabbi Haas.
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