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Pesach

04/06/2020 07:54:21 PM

Apr6

 

How will this night be different from all other nights? Let me count the ways!

I find comfort in knowing that in this time of uncertainty, we will all be doing the same service in just a few nights. That's my favorite part about a Pesach Seder (seder means order); that there is an order to the service. We may add our own traditions and rituals, but our basic seder is the same. Having an adult life away from my family, this always gave me great comfort, and this week it will again give me great comfort to know that although we can't sit together, we are still connected in the sameness of our Seders.  

I wish you a meaningful, healthy, and safe holiday week.

Hag Sameach, Ellyn 

Below you will find some resources for online seders, haggadot links, and some funny "jokes", etc.


Seder Information:

Wednesday, April 8 @ 5:00pm

Join Rabbi Rachel (from Hilo, and on our short list for our future Rabbi)) in this online seder

I don't yet have the Zoom link... I will post it on our website and on FB as soon as I have it. 

 

 

Thursday, April 9 @ 7:30pm

Join Sam Shnider for a traditional Pesach seder

The Hagaddah link will be posted on Facebook and on our website (under Calendar). 

Traditional Pesach Seder

7:30pm

 https://zoom.us/j/480679369


Resources:

PJ Library is a great resource for families: Click Here  Want to put together your own haggadah?: Click Here

Want to make your own matzah...this is a family friendly video?: Click Here

Four Questions in Hawaiian (courtesy of Jody Glickman): Click Here

 


Jokes and other fun items:

Pesach 2020 Chad Gad Yaw

AN OPEN LETTER TO DR. ANTHONY FAUCI ASKING FOR PASSOVER SEDER ADVICE

 

 

Fri, July 10 2020 18 Tammuz 5780