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Reimagining Passover: With holiday traditions upended, local families find new ways to celebrate

Temple Beth El

Services at Temple Beth El in Anniston, including the annual Passover dinner, have been canceled because of the coronavirus.

Editor’s note: This month contains three major religious holidays — Passover, Easter and Ramadan — which will look very different this year due to social distancing and stay-at-home orders due to the coronavirus. In the coming weeks, we’ll look at how members of each faith are adapting plans for worship and celebration.

In years past, the members of Temple Beth El in Anniston have gathered for an annual Seder dinner to mark the beginning of the eight days of Passover. But not this year.

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