The St. Paul Interfaith Network (SPIN) will hold its fourth annual Passover Seder for the interfaith community on April 3 at the Mount Zion Temple.

 
The Seder, which retells the story of Passover through ritual, readings and a shared meal, will be led by Rabbi Amy Eilberg along with leaders of several religious traditions. Eilberg is the interfaith conversations project coordinator at the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at the University of St. Thomas and St. John’s University.
 
All are welcome.  The cost is $20, which includes the light vegetarian dinner. Registration is required by March 28.  
 
An informal network hosted by the St. Paul Area Council of Churches, SPIN is a member of the North American Interfaith Network and the Twin Cities Interfaith Network.