Why was this year’s Passover different from last year’s?
This year we knew what we were doing as we Zoomed across three continents and several states. We knew where to put the IPad so that everyone could see and be seen. We knew to mute and unmute. We knew how we would sound singing together. And we knew that if we didn’t mute ourselves, everyone could hear our comments.
This year we had in person guests at our small seder, for we were less fearful, though still cautious.
This year we experimented with haroset and grew our own karpas and hazerat. Continue reading
Aileen’s karpas & maror
It really works!
At the Passover Splash program on March 7, Aileen Grossberg showed the attendees how the root ends of a bunch of celery or head of romaine can be grown in water for use as karpas and maror at the Passover seder. Once the vegetables have started to put out roots, they can be planted in potting soil and will continue to grow leaves.
The 2020 Annual Meeting of Congregation Shomrei Emunah occurred on Monday, June 22, 2020. Members voted on a number of items including the budget and election of new members of the Board of Trustees.
Results of the meeting:
- 2019 annual meeting minutes were approved as submitted.
- Audrey Levitin and Romy Rost were elected to the Board of Trustees and Miriam Haimes was elected as President.
- Special thanks to outgoing board members Fern Heinig & Lynne Kurzweil.
- The 2020-21 budget was approved as submitted.
2020 Shomrei Annual Meeting Package which includes reports from outgoing President Sara Ann Erichson and Director of Education, Heather Brown.