Community Passover Seder - 92Y, New York

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Community Passover Seder

We’re Going Digital!
Community Passover Seder
This program is taking place remotely. If you have signed up, you will receive an email with details of how to access the program.

As we all process and experience social distancing, the need to connect is as strong as ever—if not stronger. So our Community Passover Seder will gather virtually this year!

Together, we’ll explore the themes of liberation, hope, and miracles. Lead by Rabbi Samantha Frank and Rebecca Schoffer, let’s gather for an uplifting evening of storytelling and song.

This is a free online program, but registration is required.

We’ll be using Zoom, so please download and test it out in advance. If you’d like our assistance, please email Rick Rosenbluth and a member of the Bronfman Center team will get back to you. Our team wants to ensure that you’ll connect with us smoothly.

92Y will also send a virtual Haggadah closer to the date—so keep an eye on your inbox for updates!

We can’t wait to be together with you! Deadline to sign up for our Community Seder is Thursday, April 9 at NOON.

Instructors

Rebecca Schoffer

Rebecca Schoffer is the Director of Jewish Family Engagement and the leader of the Shababa community at 92nd Street Y. She is a musical and experiential Jewish educator, a singer songwriter, cantorial soloist and a playwright of Jewish family theater. Rebecca is a recent recipient of the 2019 Young Pioneers Award from The Jewish Education Project, which celebrates forward thinking innovative educators.

Before her 92Y days, Rebecca worked at the Atlantic Theater Company, where she also taught children’s theater classes and performed in theater for young audiences. She is a al ...

Rabbi Samantha Frank

Samantha Gayler Frank was raised in Silver Spring, MD. She graduated from Tufts University, where she earned her B.A. in French and Community Health. Prior to becoming a Rabbi, she taught English in France and worked at the NYU Child Study Center in the field of mental health policy. She served as student rabbi at Temple Beth Am in Monessen, PA, rabbinical intern at Yale Hillel: Joseph Slifka Center for Student Life in New Haven, CT, and as rabbinical intern at Temple Micah in Washington DC. She was honored to be a Bonnie and Daniel Tisch Rabbinical Fellow and recipient of the BeWise Fellow ...