It has been a long year—a deep, dark winter. . .but SPRING is here! Pesach (Passover), our great holiday of freedom, of possibility, of movement through the Narrow Places of our lives... is finally here. The first Seder begins Saturday night, March 27th.
While we wish we could gather around massive tables to celebrate our Sedarim, we understand that we must spend one more year with smaller gatherings, and mostly Zoom-seders. But, we have learned that with a little extra dedication, persistence, creativity, and open-heartedness, we can create for ourselves very special opportunities to celebrate. And it is my hope that with the help of these resources and the community of PSJC, we are all able to have a Passover that is good, meaningful, safe, and celebratory for you and all you love.
Zissen Pesach (A Sweet Passover)!
Rabbi Carie Carter