Passover Seders with Neighbors
Join us for our 5th annual Seders with Neighbors in Washington Heights as we gather around our table to discuss the exodus from Egypt - and what that means for us. Passover holds incredible power to help each one of us leave our personal Egypt and walk away from the things that weigh us down. All are welcome to learn about the the timeless symbols of slavery and freedom and to share their own wisdom and insight.

The Passover story says "Let all who are hungry come and eat" - so we'd like to invite all who are hungry for connection, for meaning, for new insight and knowledge, for a welcoming Jewish community, and for delicious food... join us! Our Seder will be mostly in English, and will include many of the Seder classics, but also some modern poetry, reflections, art, skits, songs, and prompts. Oh, and we wrote the Haggadah ourselves!

Seder will start on Friday night March 30th at 7:30pm; the central location where you can come to is 587 Fort Washington (near 187th St), NY NY 10033. Cost of the Seder is $25 per person.* Please make a payment here:

The Seder leaders (in formation): Yael Brodsky Levine | Hart Levine | Isaiah Rothstein | Jordy Burstein | Gavriel Meir-Levi | Andrea Bennett | Moty Raven | Jackie Farber

Please email or call Hart at 775-538-2538 with any questions.

*It is deeply important to us that everyone is able to participate, regardless of their ability to pay. If you can not afford the cost, you're still more than welcome to join us! And contributions of every kind are valuable!

What's your name? *
Your answer
What is your email address? *
Your answer
Please tell us a little about yourself. If you're a regular tell us something we don't already know. Surprise us!
Do you live in the Heights? Is this your first Passover or are you a Passover pro?
Your answer
What are you looking forward to at the Seder?
Do you (or a family member joining you) have any allergies or food needs that we should know about?
Your answer
Would you like to volunteer to help prepare for the Seder?
Comments / Questions / Concerns / Suggestions?
Your answer
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms