Sacred Celebrations of Faith To Go Virtual Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and stay-at-home orders in place across the state, some of the world’s most sacred celebrations of faith will move online. Jewish seder meals will be conducted via Zoom, Christian Holy Week services will be live-streamed and many Muslims will break their daily Ramadan fasts alone. Jack Moline, Agudus Achim Congregation Rabbi Emeritus said, “Wednesday night I will conduct both the smallest and largest seder of my life. Generally, we have 30 or so people at our table. Tomorrow it will be two – just my wife and myself. But we will have 100 people participating by Zoom.” Continue reading “Sacred Celebrations of Faith To Go Virtual Amid COVID-19 Pandemic”

2020 First Amendment Press Freedom Award Given To Three Fairfax County Schools

Chantilly High School, McLean High School, and Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST) are the three Fairfax County public schools selected as recipients of the 2020 First Amendment Press Freedom Award. These are among nine schools nationwide and the only schools in Virginia. Continue reading “2020 First Amendment Press Freedom Award Given To Three Fairfax County Schools”

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