LEADER: The second ceremony of the seder is known as Urchatz, "Washing of the Hands." If there's one thing we've learned from the pandemic, it's how to wash our hands.
PARTICIPANT: We wash our hands two times during the seder: now, with no blessing, so we can get ready for the rituals; and then again later, we’ll wash with a blessing preparing for the meal.
LEADER: Now we will all take the time to go to the sink and wash our hands.
Reflect: What shmutz (Yiddish for dirt) in your life would you like to be rid of?
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