Free Tickets for College Students to Attend Passover in Moab with Adventure Judaism

College students who would like to join the Adventure Rabbi and the Adventure Judaism congregation for Passover in Moab now can!  We have funding for ten students. What a great opportunity to enjoy this unique outdoor Seder experience. Says Rabbi Jamie, “We’re really excited to be able to share this opportunity with students. With Passover being mid-week, it’s tough for students to get home. This way they can enjoy Passover.” And what an amazing way to celebrate Passover – camping on the banks of the Colorado River, hiking in red rock canyons and dining on a delicious holiday meal.

There are only three requirements:

  • Pay the caterer $52 for the Meal (The remaining $118 is covered.)
  • Write a thank-you note
  • Post photos on social media and tag Adventure Rabbi and Rabbi Jamie Korngold

You can read more about the retreat here>>

 

Interested students should email Rabbi Jamie Korngold>>

About Rabbi Jamie Korngold

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