Purim is Over…. It's Time to Get Ready For Passover
As we say goodbye to Purim, it's time to start thinking about the next major Jewish holiday on the calendar – Passover. Passover begins this year on Wednesday night, April 5th. Passover is a time when we celebrate the Exodus from Egypt, a pivotal moment in Jewish history that highlights the importance of freedom and the power of faith.
Now that Purim is over, it's time to turn our attention to Passover preparations. This includes cleaning our homes, stocking up on Passover-friendly foods, and making sure we have everything we need for the Seder. By starting early, we can avoid the stress of last-minute preparations and truly enjoy the holiday with family and friends.
We have most of your potential Passover needs in mind with all that we have in place for the Holiday. Below you will find the annual link to the Rabbinical Assembly Passover Guide. You will also find the form for selling your chametz and donating to Maot Chittin – the yearly fund to help those less fortunate with their Passover preparations.
We will be holding our annual First Night of Passover Communal Seder led by Cantor Gershon. The food will be prepared in-house this year. Watch for information about signing up for the Seder.
We will also have services each day of Passover:
Thursday, April 6th - 9:00 AM
Friday, April 7th - 9:00 AM
Friday, April 7th - 5:45 PM
Shabbat Chol HaMoed - 9:00 AM
Sunday, April 9th - 9:00 AM
Monday, April 10th - 7:30 AM
Tuesday April 11th - 7:30 AM
Wednesday April 12th - 9:00 AM
Thursday, April 13th 9:00 AM – Yizkor will be recited
Rabbinical Assembly Passover Guide
Selling Your Chametz