Holy Week Chapel: What was the last supper of Jesus? - Rabbi Niles Goldstein

Where Lehman Auditorium

Duration 30 minutes

Explore the meaning and symbols of Passover and the Seder Meal with Rabbi Niles Goldstein, visiting Jewish scholar, and then be invited by campus pastors into the symbolism of bread and cup in what has come to be called Holy Communion for many Christians.

Niles Goldstein is a rabbi and the award-winning author of nine books. He was the spiritual leader of The New Shul in Manhattan for over a decade, and he is currently the visiting Jewish scholar at EMU’s Center for Interfaith Engagement. Rabbi Goldstein is published widely in newspapers and magazines throughout the country, including Newsweek, the Los Angeles Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Chicago Sun-Times, and the Huffington Post. He speaks frequently at universities and churches across the United States. His books will be available for sale before and after chapel.

Intended Audience General Public

Tags Center-for-Interfaith-Engagement, CAMPUSMINISTRIES, STULIFE, UNIVERSITYCHAPEL, Admission_Display_Panel

Contact Information

Name Campus Ministries

Phone # 540.432.4196