Hadar Boston: The Fours of the Passover Seder

Rabbie Elie Lehmann
In Person
Date and Time


Prepare spiritually for the Passover Seder and join us for a 4-part series, where each session will delve into one set of four found in the Haggadah: cups, questions, children, and mothers. Together we'll explore different windows into the story of Yetzi’at Mitzrayim (Exodus from Egypt) and its significance for us.

This learning will guide you into conversation with ancient sages and modern Jewish thinkers, looking at talmudic texts, hasidic commentaries, poetry, and art. Contemplate ideas at the core of Passover—liberation, diversity, and moral courage—and arrive at your Seder table with pearls of wisdom to share with family and friends.

Please note each session is standalone and requires separate registration. All sessions are free.

Faculty Bio

Rabbie Elie Lehmann
Rabbi Elie Lehmann

Rabbi Elie Lehmann is Director of Hadar Boston. He studied for two years as a fellow at Yeshivat Hadar and has served as Campus Rabbi and University Chaplain at Boston University Hillel since graduating from Hebrew College Rabbinical School in 2017. Elie lives in Cambridge, MA with his wife, Anya, and their sons, Razi, Shalev, and Ziv.