Why were this year's Seders different from all other Seders?


Why were this year's Seders different from all other Seders? We know the answer: Coronavirus. Also, Zoom. And a new-found appreciation for gathering together to celebrate freedom. Just before Passover, during the height of the Pandemic, I asked the students in my synagogue's Hebrew School to share a picture that conveyed what they were feeling grateful for. My husband, Craig Weisz, helped me create a slide show that some families showed during the Hallel (Praise & Gratitude) section of their Seders. This Gratitude Video is sure to put a smile on your face, as you view the wonder of the world through the eyes of children.- Rabbi Debra Orenstein




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