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Everything you need for Passover

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Rabbi Paskind's Pesach Guide 5783



Sale of Chametz Form 5783 via the Rabbinical Assembly

Passover Service Schedule and Links

Tuesday, April 4

Wednesday, April 5, Erev Pesach

  • 7:00 am Minyan Zoom Link
  • 7:30 am Siyyum for Firstborn. Register with the Rabbinical Assembly Click here
  • 9:00 am burning of Chametz in the Beth El parking lot
  • 10:48 am last time to eat Chametz.
  • 11:52 am all Chametz must be disposed of
  • 7:04 pm Candle lighting
  • First Seder

Thursday, April 6, First day of Pesach

  • 10:00 am Yom Tov service in person or via Livestream
  • Second Seder
  • 8:06 pm Candle lighting

Friday, April 7, Second day of Pesach

  • 10:00 am Yom Tov service in person or via Livestream
  • 11:00 am Special Kids' Pesach Program in person
  • 6:00 pm Abbreviated Kabbalat Shabbat service in person or via Zoom link
  • 7:06 pm Candle lighting

Saturday, April 8, Pesach Intermediate Shabbat

  • 10:00 am Shabbat service in person or via Livestream

Monday, April 10 - Tuesday, April 11

  • 8:00 am Minyan for the Intermediate days of Pesach via Zoom link

Tuesday, April 11

  • 7:11 pm Candle lighting

Wednesday, April 12, Seventh day of Pesach

  • 10:00 am Yom Tov services in person or via Livestream
  • 8:12 pm Candle lighting

Thursday, April 13, Eighth Day of Pesach, Yizkor

  • 10:00 am Yom Tov services (with Yizkor) in person via Livestream
  • Link to Yizkor Book
  • 8:14 pm Havdalah for the end of Pesach
  • 9:30 pm your Chametz will return to you at the end of the holiday

Friday, April 14

  • Chametz-fest Shabbat Dinner. Enjoy breaking your week of matzah with an Olive Oil Tasting followed by Kabbalat Shabbat services and a free very bread-y Shabbat Dinner. Register Here

Passover  Recipes from our Cooking Class Series last year

“All who are hungry, let them enter and eat”

Seder Matching

a. If you’re looking to attend a virtual or in-person seder, let the Rabbi or office know.

b. If you’re hosting a virtual or in-person seder and would like to welcome fellow congregants, let the Rabbi or office know.

BitMoji Classroom for Passover   
by Jack Leventhal

Click HERE

Passover Poem for the Seder table

Tue, November 28 2023 15 Kislev 5784