The new normal presents a different way to observe Passover thanks to Broken Sound Club
Award-winning Broken Sound Club in Boca Raton is going above and beyond to ensure that anyone who observes Passover can observe the holiday—and still maintain social distancing.
While members can enjoy made-to-order traditional holiday dishes for curbside pickup, Broken Sound also is presenting a pre-recorded Seder service produced and officiated for the club by Cantor Debbi Ballard. The 41-minute service—led by the cantor who has officiated Passover Seder at Broken Sound for the past 12 years—is available online for more than just club members. Any Seder host can access the video on the Broken Sound homepage (brokensoundclub.org).
“Because so many communal and family Seders have been cancelled, Broken Sound Club is making this experience accessible to all those observing Passover,” notes John Crean, general manager of Broken Sound Club. “Since day one of the COVID-19 reports, we have worked diligently to embrace and facilitate CDC guidelines and local ‘stay at home’ directives with great sensitivity, empathy and sensibility.
“By creating, presenting and sharing this Seder on-demand opportunity, we are now able to bring the Passover story, joy and music of our annual clubhouse Seders not just into the homes of our year-round and seasonal members, but all those celebrating this holiday.”