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A Message from Rabbi Pesach about Pesach

It looks like most of us will be spending our Passover Seder ourselves this year. For some of us, this may be the first Seder that we will be conducting.

Attached is a link to a class Rabbi Scheiner recorded, a message by Rabbi Pesach about Pesach

During these trying days, we need to turn to The Almighty G-d in prayer for ourselves, our family and our community. Nobody really understands this plague properly, why it happened and how to stop it. We are all stumbling in the dark, as this plague came without instructions.

Yet, surely we need to find it within ourselves to put a positive spin on it, with the hope that things will not be as bad as predicted. As we say during the Hagadah that it was the Almighty’s promise (to be there with us) that has given us strength during the darkest times! Hopefully, we can derive much strength during this year’s Seder.

Wishing you a happy, healthy and Kosher Passover! As always please do not hesitate to contact us, if we can be of help to you during these trying times!

Rabbi Pesach and Chany Scheiner

About Rabbi Pesach Scheiner

Rabbi Pesach Scheiner is the Rabbi of Boulder County Center for Judaism. In addition, he teaches extensively throughout Boulder County and is the author of "Finding the Joy in Everyday Living," a book of short chapters explaining the ways to access happiness through appreciation, gratitude, and a sense of purpose.

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