Pessach (Passover) is one of the most ancient and important holidays of Judaism.
Pessach means “I pass over”. It’s a story of survival. It is a celebration of meeting close and distant relatives to share a story that we must not be forgotten.
This year, unfortunately, the Coronavirus keeps us away from our loved ones.
We all have a duty to contribute to the containment of this pandemic.
Our people, even from afar, are close, they are in our hearts.
We pray that the social distancing will end soon and that we will all come out of it stronger, healthy and ready to dream of better days.