Happy Passover Everyone!
We are having 32 people for seder the first night of Passover.
However, we are having trouble configuring seating so that the tables are all connected. Is it acceptable to have four separate tables that are within close proximity of each other?
Thanks for your input.
Dear Passover Planner,
It really does not matter how you arrange the table for the seder. I have attended seders where we all sat around a long table and took turns reading the various portions and we all had a good time. Some even included their own interpretations. It was great fun.
I also attended seders at synagogues that were more formal where the rabbi did the readings and interpretations and families each had their own table and followed in the hagaddah.
The atmosphere had a holiday air about both. Everybody contributed their own ideas about the text. And the soup and matzo balls were great.
Have a great time whatever you do.
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