JFS finds ways to reach out this Passover

This year, Jewish Family Service was not able to do in-person visits for Passover as normally happen each year. But, the staff and volunteers still found ways to reach out to those in the community who need it most.

Thanks to Rabbi Michael Singer and Morah Debra and the religious school students of Congregation Brith Sholom, JFS was able to do a model seder over Zoom, and community members across the Lehigh Valley were still able to celebrate the holiday. The recording was also made available on the JFS website.

JFS also sent out packages to 50 clients with a special paper seder plate, an abbreviated Haggadah and a friendly Passover message. The Haggadah was also downloadable for free on JFS’s Passover Resources page online.