Interfaith seder aims to raise hunger awareness

By Tracy Simmons

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The Jewish Federation Association of Connecticut and End Hunger Connecticut will host an interfaith Seder on April 2 at the state capitol.

The goal of the Third Annual Interfaith Hunger Seder is to raise hunger awareness.

It will be led by Rabbi David Small and Rev. Tim Oslovich and will include readings from elected officials, anti-hunger advocates and faith leaders.

Passover and poverty related songs performed by the Glastonbury Ukulele Band.

The seder, which is open to the general public, will be from 4:30 to 6 p.m. in the Old Judiciary Room. RSVP via email or by calling (860)727-5789.

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