Passover Seders - April 4th, 2015



At Beit T'Shuvah, Passover takes on an enhanced significance in the hearts of our residents. The slavery our ancestors endured during their bondage in Egypt is much like the daily struggle addicts brave to remain free from the heinous disease of addiction.

Suffering, imprisonment, and death are daily realities for untreated addicts. Thousands have found refuge, healing, and love in the welcoming community of Beit T'Shuvah, and continue to do so because of your support.

As a celebration of their liberation, we invite you to join us for a Seder dinner and/or our annual Passover presentation of Freedom Song. These dinners are an opportunity to see the living proof of your generosity. Surrounding the Seder table you will witness the unmistakable glow of freedom from suffering in the faces of our residents.

This year we will gather for our Passover Seders on Friday April 3rd and Saturday April 4th from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Also, on Sunday April 5th from 6:30 to 8:30pm, we will have a shortened Seder followed by our original musical production, Freedom Song. This musical narrative was born from a unique collaboration between our residents, staff, and Stu Robinson, and showcases the personal yet universal journey from Slavery to Freedom.

Just as we welcome the hungry to our Seder table this year, we welcome all those hungry for recovery to find salvation and redemption within our walls.

Over 70% of our residents cannot afford to pay for their treatment services. Because we never turn anyone away for financial reasons, your generosity has been, and continues to be, their salvation. With your help, Beit T'Shuvah has liberated thousands of souls from the clutches of addiction.

we would love for you to join us for Passover, we are currently sold out for the Friday Night Seder but if you would like to come to the Saturday or Sunday Seder please call Amy Abrams at (310) 204-5200 by 4pm on Friday April 3rd or feel free to purchase tickets at the door.

For more information please contact Amy Abrams at 310-204-5200 x203 or aabrams@beittshuvah.org.




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