Season to celebrate Easter and Passover.
Both of these holidays bring an emphasis of nature, hope and history.
The renewal of nature that comes with spring amplifies the promise of redemption intertwined in the historical events being commemorated.
Passover commemorates events leading to the liberation of the children of Israel and is celebrated for seven to eight days.
Easter, a festival in the Christian calendar, celebrates the events leading to and the resurrection of Jesus and is celebrated over a week which is known as the 'Holy Week.'
We can always admire the varying Easter and Passover traditions that are held around the world and here in our community.
Whether you remember having ham or lamb, or as a kid you hunted eggs, had a chocolate bunny, or smashed dishes to indicate a fresh start during Passover, traditions are meaningful for how uniting and celebratory they are every spring.
Join us in celebrating the tradition of sharing meals with family & friends.
Enjoy one of our favorite traditional recipes.
Roasted Asparagus with Lemon and Olive Oil