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Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 6:45 pm
If you can, bring your own: Seder Plate with its components (you may have to get creative this year!), Candles, Wine/Grape Juice, Matzah, Special Meal
We’ll provide the Hagadah, the leadership, the melodies, and the festive spirit!
We look forward to joining with you around a virtual table, filled with joyful melody, uplifting ritual, shared memory, and the power of community. This promises to be a meaningful Pesach for us all.
* Passover Seders should only be celebrated with the members of one’s immediate household. To be clear, especially since those over the age of 65 are at increased risk of death from COVID-19, seniors in our community should prioritize taking care of their health over family celebrations for the duration of this crisis, even if that means not spending seder night together with the family. We understand that this will be a heartbreaking reality and a major disruption for many.
To paraphrase the Talmud: Better we should have one less-than-ideal Passover, so that we can celebrate many Passovers in the future. (Yoma 85b)