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Jaren Wilkey, BYU
BYU Professor Jeff Chadwick leads the BYU Passover Seder Service on March 11, 2016. The BYU Passover Seder service included the biblical unleavened bread and bitter herbs, and featured other festival foods and traditions of the Passover, all in a specially catered meal.

PROVO — Brigham Young University will host a re-enactment of the Jewish Passover Seder on March 10, March 24 and April 7 at 6:30 p.m. in the Wilkinson Student Center, according to religion.byu.edu/passover.

The BYU Passover Seder service includes the biblical unleavened bread and bitter herbs and other festival foods and traditions of Passover, according to the website. BYU Passover Seder has been a tradition at BYU for 40 years.

The Passover Seder will be led by Jeffrey Chadwick, a professor of BYU Religious Education specializing in Jewish Studies and a Jerusalem Center professor. The event will be "centered on an appreciation of the ancient Israelite and modern Jewish celebration that commemorates the deliverance of Israel from Egypt," according to the website.

Tickets are available for $30 for the public and $20 for BYU students, faculty and staff. Tickets are available for purchase in 271 Joseph Smith Building on the BYU campus.

Visit religion.byu.edu/passover for more information or call 801-422-3611.