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Freedom’s Feast: An Interfaith Celebration of Hope

  • 07:00 PM
  • 30 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217
  • 212-908-2523

   Join us for freedom.

Join us for Freedom’s Feast: A sacred night led by Jewish and Christian faith leaders, along with performing artists, musicians and local leaders, to share a meaningful moment in a unique celebration of memory, freedom and human dignity. 

April 4th 2015 marks the first day of Passover, the Eve of Easter Sunday, and the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s assassination. Let us gather as a community committed  to the continued pursuit of freedom from all forms of slavery as the centerpiece of our communal New York City table.

Freedom’s Feast features highlights from the Passover Seder and the Biblical narratives of Passover and Easter, multimedia interactive storytelling, a  festive feast (with kosher for passover options) live music and prayer, contemplation, conversation  and a call to action for justice across America and all over the world.


We invite you to join us for freedom.

Saturday Night, April 4, 2015

7-11pm  

BAM Cafe

Menu

For adults and children ages 10+

Advance ticket sales are closed. A limited number of tickets may be available at the door, first come first served. Please show up by 6:50 pm.

Can’t attend and want to donate a seat to a senior, student or starving artist?   click here  (suggested amount $100 for general admission)


List of Presenters  – In Formation 

(Alphabetically by Organization)

Auburn Theological Seminary
Dr. Lisa Anderson

Rev. Dr. John Vaughn
Sabrina Hayeem-Ladani

Bend the Arc
Stosh Cotler

The Black Institute 
Bertha Lewis

Brooklyn Borough President’s Office
Pastor Gilford Monrose 

CityLights Community
Rev. Vince Anderson

David Broza

Forest City Ratner
Bruce Ratner

Groundswell
Isaac Luria

The House of the Lord, Pentecostal Church 
The Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry

Intersections International
Barbara Costigan, Board Member

Kolot Chayeinu 
Rabbi Ellen Lippmann 

Cantor Lisa B. Segal
Franny Silverman, Director of Youth Education 
Autumn Leonard, co-chair of Kolot’s Race Task Force and Multiracial Families Network 
Kendell Pinkney, community member and Educator 

Lab/Shul NYC
Amichai Lau-Lavie

Glenn Grossman
Naomi Less
Noah Chase Solomon

Marble Collegiate Church
Rev. Kirsty DePree

Muslim Community Network
Debbie Almontaser

New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care
Rev. Robert Chodo Campbell, Dr. Koshin Paley Ellison

Co-founders, Co-Executive Directors

The Office of Faith-Based Community Development Services
Rev. Karim Camara

The Trevor Project
James Lecesne 

Union Theological Seminary
Rev. Kimberleigh Jordan

Candace Yonina Simpson

Nicholas Zork



Reserve Your Seats:

Premier Individual – $500  (main table seating+ enabling three more people to attend at subsidized prices) 

Premier Couple – $900 for two seats (main table seating+ enabling six more people to attend at subsidized prices) 

General Admission – $100

Family Reservations (limit 5 tickets) $75 per seat

Students, Seniors and Starving Artists Seats $65
(Discount Code Required – please email [email protected] for assistance)

To Reserve Your Seat – CLICK HERE

Can’t attend but want to make it possible for others to join us at subsidized prices? Thank you for this tax-free gift: 

Support Freedom’s Feast

(please specify ‘Freedom’s Feast’ in donation memo.)

For further information and assistance with reservations, call 212-908-2523 
We invite you to join us for freedom.