Source: Greensboro News & Record
In the midst of a worldwide pandemic, a local leader, Rabbi Yosef Plotkin, of Greensboro, found a way to make sure Jewish community members are still able to celebrate Passover.
Plotkin has been preparing and delivering “Seder-to-go kits” across town. Plotkin wears gloves and a face mask while delivering the packages, according to a profile of the rabbi in the Greensboro News & Record.
The delivery process is contact-free. Plotkin drops the packages on the front steps and rings the doorbell.
Traditionally, families would invite friends and extended family to partake in celebrations. But coronavirus has changed things for now.
“While each in our own homes, remember you are not alone and we are all in this together,” Plotkin said in the News & Record profile. “Faith, tradition and community has never been more important than now.”
Read the full story about how Passover is still observed in Greensboro from the News & Record.