Letter from the President
Passover is coming and how appropriate the holiday as COVID vaccinations are being rolled out, bringing us closer to our contemporary Promised Land.
This season CHJ will be hosting two very exciting Passover events via Zoom.
Following the success of our previous cooking events, CHJ will be offering a Passover cooking session, open to all, on March 20th led by CHJ member and our Sunday school teacher Taegun Moon. Also known for his excellent cooking skills, Chef Taegun invites you and your family to join in what is sure to be a fun event for individuals and families alike.
This year’s CHJ Passover will, of course, also be virtual. It will build off of the success of CHJ’s ability to adapt our events to a virtual experience, first with our High Holiday services and then with our first CHJ Zoom Tu B’Shvat Seder where some 80 people attended. Based on comments received following this Tu B’Shvat event, those who attended experienced a very meaningful Seder, inspiring music and, most of all, experienced a true sense of warmth and community.Our CHJ Passover Seder promises to be another extraordinary experience; a meaningful Seder will be accompanied by music from Anna Slate (whose beautiful singing voice you have enjoyed at our annual High Holiday services) and Isabel Castellvi. For the warmth of community, that important ingredient is you.
Open to CHJ members and their guests, we hope to see you on March 28th at the CHJ family “virtual” table.