Interactive + Interfaith Seder this Saturday in Brooklyn
Tuesday, March 31, 2015 by Dan0 Responses

This year, April 4th marks the first day of Passover, the Eve of Easter Sunday, and the anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. 

So we're hosting Freedom's Feast -- an interactive, interfaith seder -- to celebrate hope and the journey to liberation.

Saturday, April 4th, 7-11pm
BAM Cafe in Brooklyn
Click here for details and to join us for freedom

But this isn't your grandma's seder (bubbe, I love you). 

Yes, we'll have highlights from the Passover Seder and the Biblical stories of Passover and Easter. But we'll also have multimedia interactive storytelling, a festive feast (including Flourless Chocolate Cake with Seasonal Berries -- yes, please), live music and prayer, contemplation, poetry, conversation and a call to action for justice across America and all over the world.

We'd love to have you. Join us this Saturday for Freedom's Feast -- where faith meets art, social justice, and community at the beautiful BAM Cafe.

We're working with some amazing partners to set a big communal table in NYC -- including Bend the Arc, Auburn Seminary, Kolot Chayeinu and Forest City Ratner, and Lab/Shul (that's me and my team!).

Freedom's Feast is exactly why I founded Lab/Shul -- to reimagine sacred gatherings that nourish our thirst for meaning, connection, spirituality and community. We're an everybody friendly, artist-driven, experimental community for sacred Jewish and interfaith gatherings. 

Freedom's Feast is one part Passover, one part Holy Week, and one part movement building for justice -- shared over a delicious meal with clergy, artists, and local leaders.

I hope you'll join us. For details and ticket information, click here or on the image below.

In solidarity and with hope,
Amichai & The Lab/Shul Team




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