Second Night Seder




We look forward to having you participate in this fulfilling evening together over Passover. This year, we will enjoy the 33rd Annual Second Night Seder on Tuesday, April 11 at Four Seasons Banquet Room, 929 Church Street, Landisville, PA. The seder will start at 5:30PM.


On behalf of the Shaarai Shomayim Brotherhood, Thank You for making this event a tradition for our families and local community!

- Aaron Zinner, President




Tickets are required for all individuals who will be joining us for the traditional Community Family Seder Celebration, conducted by Rabbi Jack Paskoff. Each ticket will provide you with one kosher-style seder meal.


Everyone is welcome, and children ages 6 and under are free.


Enter quantity ($25.00 each)

Enter quantity ($15.00 each)

Enter quantity (no cost)




This is a traditional homestyle seder with practically all items made from scratch and prepared by the Shaarai Shomayim Brotherhood and congregants! As in the past, you have two meal options: (1) Beef Roast Brisket in sauce with carrots and potatoes, or (2) a Vegetable Matza Lasagna. Both dishes will come with matza ball soup, and applesauce.


In addition to the Seder Plate, you'll have the following items at your table: gefiltefish (freshly made by a Baltimore deli), matza, choroset, horseradish, and concord grape wine or juice. Kosher Passover desserts from Sweet Street and coffee will also be available for you to enjoy.


Please tell us below which meal options, and how many, you would like to reserve.



   Beef Roast Brisket - Adult Meal
   Vegetable Matza Lasagna - Adult Meal
   Beef Roast Brisket - Child Meal
   Vegetable Matza Lasagna - Child Meal

Enter total quantity

Would you like to sit with someone in particular? If so, write their name above. We will do our best to fulfill your request.

Please list any special accommodations you, or your family, require. For example: high chairs, booster seats, easy access for wheelchairs, etc.


Thank you for supporting the Shaarai Shomayim Brotherhood!

Tue, September 19 2017 28 Elul 5777