Pesach 2011 Yom Tov Seder Open For All Survivors

The time has come for survivors to support each other. By showing others that there is a safe place, more victims will be encouraged to speak out. Being shunned and excommunicated by the community is no longer be a threat.

The Voices of Justice will be hosting Pesach 2011 this Yom Tov, at a beautiful shul in the 9th avenue vicinity, on Boro Park. This safe and healthy environment is open for parents and people who suffered from domestic abuse or have been a victim of child abuse. It will be an interesting and inspiring event, with two sedarim.

The easy-going program goes along with a schedule specifically for everyone to be at their own pace. A variety of foods will be prepared by willing volunteers, most of them survivors who have the desire to be needed, in a safe place where they will not be judged.

Space is limited, so please call 1-800-958 2904 to reserve your space.

A SPECIAL THANKS TO THE METROPOLITAN COUNCIL ON JEWISH POVERTY FOR THEIR HELP AND DONATION FOR THIS “SEDER OF FREEDOM”

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Congregation B’nai Israel of Linden Heights

Location:
Rabbi Gershon Tanenbaum’s Shul
B’nai Israel of Linden Heights
4502 9th Avenue(at 46th  Street)
Boro Park, Brooklyn NY
Time: Monday April 18, and 19,
at candle-lighting time 7:20 pm

Space is limited, so please call 1-800-958 2904 to reserve your space.

 

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2 Responses to Pesach 2011 Yom Tov Seder Open For All Survivors

  1. Gitty says:

    It’s about time for us to live !

  2. Pingback: Preparations Have Begun for Pesach 2011 Seder For All survivors | Coalition Against Legal Abuse in New York

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