Seder Sense: An Evening of Pesach Prep for your Mind and Soul

March 26, 2023 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Video, Seder Sense 2023

Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells our Story: Crafting our Personal Passover Narratives w/R. RK Finegold

Video, Seder Sense 2023

Four Kids, Three Opinions: An Analysis of the One Who Cannot Ask w/R. David Kasher ’07

Video, Seder Sense 2023

Preparing for the Neediest and Most Important Seder Guest (It’s not Eliyahu!) w/ R. Ysoscher Katz

Video, Seder Sense 2023

Daf Yomi to the Rescue: Redeeming the Rasha (“Wicked” Child) w/ R.Dan Margulies ’17

Video, Seder Sense 2023

From Sinai to Jerusalem via Ethiopia: A Modern Journey – Seder Sense 2023

Seder sense flyer A white background with a picture of a yellowish-brown tuber (horseradish root) on the top left and a tilted image of an old-fashioned Hebrew haggadah with browning pages decorative calligraphy on the top right. Between the images in indigo block print is "YCT Presents" and then in larger font below "SEDER" followed below this time in cyan "SENSE". Underneath the previous message in smaller indigo block print is said "An Evening of Pesach Prep for you Mind and Soul" and below that in cyan is "SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 8-10PM EASTERN * ON ZOOM" with the image of a small cyan stylized video camera to the right of the message. Below in even smaller font is "7-9PM CENTRAL, 6-8PM MOUNTAIN, 5-7PM PACIFIC". The above messages is followed by 3 columns each of which is topped by an indigo box which lists the times in white block print. The first column says "8:00-8:40PM EASTERN. 7:00-7:40PM CENTRAL. 6:00-6:40PM MOUNTAIN. 5:00-5:40PM PACIFIC." There is then a line break with the words "Choice of" in black curving font and below that "RABBI DAVID KASHER '07. IKAR, Los Angeles. Four Kids, Three Opinions: An Analysis of the One Who Cannot Ask". To the left of the words is a small image of Rabbi David Kasher, a man who seems to be around late 30s-early 40s, head facing the camera (you can only see his shoulders upward), he has a short black beard and mustache and short black hair and circular glasses, ruddy tan skin, a striped dark on dark button-down shirt, and has a broad smile. This is then followed by another break with the word "or" and then followed by "RABBI DAN MARGULIES '17. Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville, MD. Daf Yomi to the Rescue: Redeeming the Rasha ("Wicked" Child)". To the left of this is an image of him, standing straight (all images are only the shoulders up with the occupants facing the viewer), smiling towards the camera, white collared shirt with a blue tie and black suit jacket, he has brown hair with a short beard and mustache, he has pale skin and appears to be around 30s. In the second column in an indigo box it says "8:40-9:20PM EASTERN. 7:40-8:20PM CENTRAL. 6:40-7:20PM MOUNTAIN. 5:40-6:20PM PACIFIC." There is then a line break with the words "Choice of" in black curving font and below that "RABBI YSOSCHER KATZ. YCT, New York City. Preparing for the Neediest and Most Important Seder Guest (Hint: It's not Eliyahu)." To the left is an image of him, a sandy colored skin toned man with a full brown beard and mustache and short brown hair, he has black framed rectangular glasses and a white-button down shirt and appears to be in his 40s. This is followed by a break with the word "or" and beneath it is "RABBA RACHEL KOHL FINEGOLD. Cong. Shaar Hashomayim, Westmount, QC. Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Our Story: Crafting Our Personal Passover Narratives". To the left is an image of her, a woman possibly in her 30s, she has wavy brown hair, sandy colored skin-tone, a tall hat with a light brown rim and darker brown dome, is wearing a grey coat or shawl over a black top and is smiling. In the third column in an indigo box it says "9:20-10:00PM EASTERN. 8:20-9:00PM CENTRAL. 7:20-8:00PM MOUNTAIN. 6:20-7:00PM PACIFIC." There is then a line break with the words "Choice of" in black curving font and below that "RABBI SHARON SHALOM. Ono Academic College, Israel. From Sinai to Jerusalem via Ethiopia: A Modern Journey" to the left is an image of him, a man in a white-collared shirt and black suit jacket with rectangular wire-framed glasses, short black hair, clean shaven, caramel skin-tone, appears to be in his 30s, grinning a little sheepishly. This is followed by a break saying in curvy black font "in conversation with" and below the break it says "RABBI YONAH BERMAN. YCT, New York City" and to the left is an image of him, a man who appears to be in his 30s with black hair and stubble, a wide grin, a pinkish-tan skin tone, ovular black framed glasses, a blue suit jacket and pink checkered button-down shirt. Underneath is another break with two symbols, a small cyan box with the letters CC in white (symbol for closed captions) and in cyan two hands making the hand sign for interpretation to sign language followed by the words in cyan block print "All sessions will be closed-captioned and include ASL interpretation. To sponsor this program or become an institutional; partner, please contact Rabbi Yonah Berman at yberman@yctorah.org". There is then a narrow cyan section running horizontally across the page that says in white block print "FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC * REGISTER AT yctorah.org/seder". At the bottom of the flyer are the logos of 23 various modern orthodox institutions that are not clearly legible due to the small scale and a slightly larger logo of YCT (Yeshivat Chovevei Torah) afterwards to the far left.

8:00–8:40PM EST

Four Kids, Three Opinions: An Analysis of the One Who Cannot Ask
RABBI DAVID KASHER ‘07
IKAR, Los Angeles

or

Daf Yomi to the Rescue: Redeeming the Rasha (“Wicked” Child)
RABBI DAN MARGULIES ‘17
Berman Hebrew Academy, Rockville, MD

8:40–9:20PM EST

Preparing for the Neediest and Most Important Seder Guest (Hint: It’s not Eliyahu)
RABBI YSOSCHER KATZ
YCT, New York City

or

Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Our Story: Crafting Our Personal Passover Narratives
RABBA RACHEL KOHL FINEGOLD
Cong. Shaar Hashomayim, Westmount, QC

9:20–10:00PM EST

From Sinai to Jerusalem via Ethiopia: A Modern Journey
RABBI SHARON SHALOM
Ono Academic College, Israel

in conversation with

RABBI YONAH BERMAN
YCT, New York City

All sessions will be closed-captioned and include ASL interpretation

To sponsor this program or become an institutional partner, please contact Rabbi Yonah Berman at yberman@yctorah.org