Dear members, brothers, sisters, and dear friends
It has already been four weeks since everyone's life has changed. The most harmless, automatic gestures and procedures now become subjects for reflection and hesitation.
Pesach is looming and we will not wonder "why this Pesach is different from all the others", but we will remember it for a long time.
As the Jews came out of Egypt, we will come out of this crisis, the restrictions on our freedoms and the confines they impose. And maybe, as the world of the Jews changed after they left Egypt, our contemporary world will also change for a world where humans are at the centre of everything. Allevai!
The CCLJ will organize a virtual Seder this Wednesday, April 8 from 6.30 p.m.
In one click, you just need to connect to the Zoom platform to find Benjamin, master of ceremonies, and Andre Reinitz for the musical atmosphere.
To start the evening of Passover well, join us online via the Zoom platform to listen to the story of the exit from Egypt, sing Ma Nishtana with us and eat matza all together!
From 6.30 p.m., wherever you are, connect via your tablet, mobile phone or PC using the following link: https: // zoom.us/j/945946572
or by downloading the Zoom application and using the meeting code 945-946-572
Remember to connect your camera so that we can all see each other.
The musical entertainment will be done live by Benjamin and André Reinitz for an unforgettable evening.
The ceremony will last from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., so that everyone can continue the evening with the family.
Share the invitation and the Haggada below at your leisure!
We are expecting many of you, Pharaoh and Moses have already confirmed their presence.
Failing to leave our home, we will at least leave Egypt! Lo dayenou!
It's free, no prior registration required.
We also remind you that the Jewish community has taken the initiative to open a "hotline" of assistance and mutual aid for members of the community who need it.
While waiting for more serene days, we wish you all good health and a happy, albeit atypical, Passover.
Friendship to all and take good care of your loved ones and yourself,