How Is This Passover Different From All Other Passovers?

Temple Beth-El is here to help make your “socially isolated” Passover more meaningful and engaged.

Most of us will be spending Passover very differently than we thought we would or we usually do—alone or in much smaller groups. It won’t be the same, but we are pleased to offer these programs to help elevate this sacred holiday in a very different year.

Wednesday, April 1, 6:30pm on Zoom

How is this Passover Different from all other Passovers?

Join Rabbi Moritt for a workshop with resources and suggestions on creating a meaningful Passover over teleconferencing technology, when we are alone and/or physically distant from our families and friends.

Join us via Zoom on your phone, tablet or desktop at

Rabbi Moritt is creating a Google Doc with abundant resources. You can access it here now as it is being updated even if you are not able to attend the workshop. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1id-BHIFCOmsZdAy1hb8bIRml0bWwjYRXqeWx8hLtQVE/edit?usp=sharing

Thursday April 2, 5pm on Zoom

Passover: A Musical Review

Join Cantor Wallach for a review (or introduction to) old favorites and new Passover seder songs and blessings

This Zoom session will be recorded so you can review the melodies and practice after the workshop or if you are not able to attend. Cantor Wallach will also provide a song sheet you can learn from and use at your own s’darim.

Join us via Zoom on your phone, tablet or desktop at

Phone in:
929.205.6099
Meeting ID: 281 418 071

Virtual Meal Match

If you would like to co-create or participate in a seder virtually with Beth-El, friends, be in touch with Bob Kahan, our office manager at office@betheljc.org and let him know. We are happy to match you up and support you in your seder planning, but unfortunately, the Temple cannot provide technical assistance.

 

We wish everyone a sweet and liberating Pesach!

 

 

 

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