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Freedom’s Feast

  • Union Theological Seminary - 3041 Broadway, New York, NY 10027

 

Join us for Freedom’s Feast: a sacred second night Passover Seder led by Jewish, Christian, Muslim and Zen faith leaders, along with local activists, performing artists and musicians, in a shared celebration of justice, liberation and human dignity.

During the holy weeks of Passover and Easter, we gather around a communal New York City table, sitting down together so we can rise up together for freedom from all forms of oppression.

Inspired by our ancient narratives, Freedom’s Feast features highlights from the rituals of Seder, interactive storytelling, live music and prayer, a festive feast (kosher for Passover options available), contemplation, conversation and a call to action for unity around the world. #SitToRise


Sliding Scale Seating

$25Student Loans! – limited discount admission available for folks in need
$40  Freedom Seat – general admission
$100 Let All Who Are Hungry Eat – underwrite someone’s admission
$250 We Are Family – underwrite a family’s admission
$500 – Angel of Justice – help sponsor Freedom Feast
_______ Please consider adding on $40 (or any amount) to your admission to help someone else attend

Please email [email protected] to request food from a strictly kosher for Passover kitchen or with any specific seating requests.

Click here to purchase tickets!


When

April 11th, 2017

Where

Union Theological Seminary3041 Broadway, New York, NY 10027


Partner List in Formation

Lab/Shul
Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie,
Founding Ritual Leader

 

Union Theological Seminary
Rev. Frederick Davie, Executive Vice President

 

St. James Presbyterian Church
Rev. Dr. Derrick McQueen, Ph. D., Interim Pastor

 

Faith in New York
Onleilove Alston, M.Div., MSW, Executive Director

 

Judson Memorial Church
Rev. Micah Bucey, Associate Minister

 

Muslim Community Network
Debbie Almontaser, President
Christina Tasca, Executive Director

 

Church Center of the United Nations
Rev. Dionne Boissiere, Chaplain

 

Manhattan Borough President
Gale A. Brewer

 

Immigration Equality
Aaron Morris, Executive Director

 

American Jewish World Service (AJWS)
Robert Bank, President and CEO

 

African Communities Together
Amaha Kassa, Executive Director

 

Church With A 2 Drink Minimum
Rev. Yolanda, Minister and Singer-Songwriter

 

Intersections International
Chukwuma Obasi, Global Peacemaking Specialist
Imtashal Tariq, Arts and Humanities Program Assistant

 

Muslim Jewish Solidarity Committee
Michelle Koch, Executive Director

 

Bend the Arc
Stosh Cotler, Chief Executive Officer

 

HIAS
Rabbi Rachel Grant Meyer, Education Director, Community Engagement

 

Reboot
Francine Hermelin, Creative Director

 

New York City Mayor’s Office of Faith Initiatives
Jonathan Soto, Executive Director of the Center for Faith and Community Partnerships

 

New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care
Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison, Founder & Co-Executive Director

 

Auburn Theological Seminary
Rev. John Vaughn, Executive Vice President

 

Muslim American Leadership Alliance (MALA)
Zainab Zeb Khan, Co-Founder and Chair
Asmaa Elamrousy, Community Engagement Coordinator

 

Interfaith Center of New York

 

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Marium Khawaja, Outreach and Volunteer Coordinator
Albert F. Cahn, Legal Director

 

New York Disaster Interfaith Services