We are in a turbulent, in-between time: our daily routines have been ruptured, our rhythms shaken -- but we don't quite know what comes next.
In some ways, we are now better positioned than ever to heed the call of the Haggadah, to connect with that which in our life harkens to the ancient liberation of our ancestors...
And yet, we are stymied - by mandatory distancing, by the danger of disease, and by the shock, grief and fear we carry. How can we make meaning together in this strange situation? How can we water the seeds of liberation in crisis? How do we respond when the world as we know it has changed overnight?
***Though mandatory physical distancing means we can't gather together in person for a Passover seder, we want to ensure that your Passover is full of meaning, connection and the spirit of solidarity that our ancestors intended. Use this form to:
1. Sign-up for a Matzah Pick-Up / Drop-Off!
2. Sign-up to be matched to a seder for the first night of Passover (April 8)
3. RSVP for "HaLailah HaZoom" - our participatory community seder over Zoom second-night seder (April 9)
If you have any questions, please email TchiyahJake@gmail.com