“The desert makes me slow down, I can’t help it. My body always must see it.” — Aviv, 11
Thanks for celebrating with us in 2013!
Check out photos on Facebook and stay tuned for info about 2014.
Passover in the Desert:
Thursday, March 28 – Monday, April 1, 2013
We experienced our own Exodus, instead of simply recounting it around the dinner table. We rediscovered the essence of village life as we moved from our own experiences of slavery into freedom, using the expansive desert as our guide.
Check out photos of our gathering during five days of village living and ceremony aimed at breaking down the personal barriers that hold us back from having true freedom in our lives.
This Passover in the Desert was Different
From All Other Passovers in the Desert
Find Out Why
Our village in the desert embodied simplicity, connection, tribe, and transformation. We left our electronic devices at home as we made Exodus to the rugged desert wilderness, where we experienced the joy and abundance of living, eating, learning, singing, and praying together in the blooming spring desert.
Stay tuned for information about Passover in the Desert 2014
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Everyone is welcome at Wilderness Torah events. We create pluralistic, multi-generational community celebrations to reconnect us to the earth-based traditions of Judaism. We welcome Jews, non-Jews, interfaith couples, the LGBTQ community, and people of color. We do our best to offer a range of activities so that people of all backgrounds and experience levels can plug in.
Passover in the Desert is a rugged wilderness experience. Participants should be comfortable in the outdoors and committed to a shared group experience. Prior camping experience is recommended. Join us expecting to encounter highly variable temperatures and the potential for high winds and rain at times. The desert is a power place and this may not be the festival for everyone.
Please join us to learn about and celebrate the holiday of Passover! Visit our FAQs for answers to more questions, including Chag Observance.