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The Pesach Seder Done Right: meaningful, fun and yummy
We have been a free people for more than 3000 years, but most of us still sit at the Seder table like slaves, waiting to get to the meal!
Whether you are running a Pesach Seder yourself or not, join us on Tuesday night for the scoop on how to make your Seder more meaningful, memorable and more enjoyable.
ZOOM CLASS: The Pesach Seder Done Right
Monday 6 April, 8:00pm
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Rabbi Andrew Saffer
Executive DirectorRabbi Andrew Saffer went to Scopus and Monash, anticipating a career in internet law at the same commercial law firm as his many cousins.
A six-week Jerusalem Fellowship summer trip to Israel changed that. Andrew stayed on after the program ended, and after six years at Aish Jerusalem (while moonlighting as a graphic designer and events photographer — he shot Dame Margaret Thatcher!), Andrew became a rabbi.
He met his wife, Rachelle (also from Melbourne) in Jerusalem the very next day. They married, moved back to Australia and now share five very cute children. Andrew spends his spare time listening to the same music your parents did and making ‘dad’ jokes.
Rabbi Jon Neumann
Educational DirectorRabbi Jon Neumann grew up in Melbourne, went to school and university for a bit before deciding that working in Consulting and IT were more fun. After maxing out his corporate life, Jon moved to Israel, and spent 7 years learning at Aish HaTorah Jerusalem and working to expand Aish’s international outreach efforts.
In 2006, Jon moved back to Melbourne to join Aish Australia and help teach and share the wisdom of Torah with the local community.
Jon is married to Rivka and they have four amazing children who specialise in coming up with new schemes to ensure their parents don’t have too much free time on their hands.
Events DirectorRachelle Saffer went to Beth Rivkah Ladies College and Lauriston Girls School, planning to study psychology. After Year 12, she also went on a Jerusalem Fellowship program to Israel – and stayed…
While at Neve Yerushalayim Seminary, where she studied in the Moreshet teacher training program and the Maalot University program, she met Andrew. They were married soon after.
Rachelle now divides her time between preparing exquisite salads and explaining her husband’s bad jokes to people who don’t catch his obscure cultural references.
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