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April 14, 2022 11:01 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

April 14, 2022

Dear Friends,
   Pesach begins tomorrow night, and when it coincides with Shabbat as it does this year, it is the one time we do not have our Shabbat Evening service. 
   Shabbat Morning Torah study and Sunday Religious school are also on break for the holiday.
   
   However, for those who are not attending a second night seder, you are cordially invited to join the cantor and I for a Zoom Pesach Celebration (7:30-8:15 PM) on Saturday night.
    We will feature music and contemporary readings for our festival of freedom, and a holiday quiz. See the Zoom link in the Rabbi’s weekly message emailed to members.

     If you missed our Zoom Pesach Cooking Class, you can view here (enter the password carefully-case sensitive), the first thirty minutes with our cantor's Israeli recipes (easy to make!) and the second half with members sharing their seder memories:
https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/fkF7dbH9OwilEEg3ZFFzB6sugwLs2ZgzB29xp7SXXuxKjNRyHX8aGVWqRR__eFXF.xsdr95PUdB-6Gb65?startTime=1649027245000 (Passcode: t0n1Xq#h)

  At our seders this year we add special prayers of peace for Ukraine, so devastated by war, and for our beloved Israel, recently wracked by a spate of terrorist attacks. There is no freedom without the basic security of being able to live free of fear and violence. 

Shabbat shalom and Hag Sameach,
Rabbi Schwartz

Cantor

Iris Karlin

Religious School Director

Shira Friedman

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