Passover through the internet

By Samantha Bernstein, Staff Writer

Due to the coronavirus and social distancing, my traditional get-together with my family for Passover was cancelled. We resorted to Zoom, to have our service through technology and have a wonderful meal together. A link was sent out to all our family members who were interested in joining, and once it was sundown, my dad began leading us in the service. Although it was very chaotic in the beginning and difficult to hear at some points, I was very grateful I was still able to share this holiday with them. Even though it wasn’t in person, I am glad that there are apps and websites like Zoom that allow me to interact with multiple friends and families together during this difficult and somewhat depressing time. It always makes me feel better and happier. 

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