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Pesach 5782 - 2022

Hag Pesach Sameach!  This year's services will be held IN PERSON & Virtually.  For all Passover festival and Shabbat services during Pesach, there is a new page with all the special additional prayers and readings for the holiday including hallel, yizkor and musaf. Please download from this new webpage the additional holiday material. We are using Siddur Lev Shalem for all festival and Shabbat services and Siddur Sim Shalom for shaharit and weekday afternoon services.  Click here to access Shir HaShirim for 7th day.
Scroll down to see our Pesach service schedule & programming!



Memorial Plaques and/or a listing in the Golden Book of Remembrance is a beautiful way to remember a loved one. Orders may be placed anytime during the year, but are dedicated twice yearly, at Yizkor Pesach and Yom Kippur. The deadline for orders for Pesach is Wednesday, April 5, 2022. Contact Diane Dronzek to place an order or to learn more.

Pesach Service Schedule 5782

Friday, April 15 - Erev Pesach; 1st Seder  
Minyan; Siyyum b’Chorim
(Fast of the First Born)
7:00 am
No eating of hametz after 11:11 am
Burn and sell hametz by 12:18 pm
Mincha/Evening Service 6:00 pm
Saturday, April 16: 1st day Pesach; 2nd 1st Seder  
Festival & Shabbat Services 9:30 am
Mincha 6:00 pm
Sunday, April 17: 2nd day Pesach  
Festival Service 9:30 am
Mincha 6:00 pm
First day of Yom Tov end at 8:52 pm
Thursday, April 21:  Erev 7th day Pesach  
  6:00 pm
Friday, April 22: 7th Day Pesach  
Festival Service 9:00 am
       Click here for Shir HaShirim  
Mincha/Evening Service 6:00 pm
Saturday, April 23: 8th Day Pesach  
Festival & Shabbat Services 9:00 am
Passover Family Pop Up 10:30 am
Mincha/Evening Service  
Pesach ends
If you sold your hametz through the shul,
you may eat it right away, as the sale
reverts immediately.
8:59 pm
















Passover Programming

As If You Went Forth From Egypt - An In-Depth Study of the Passover Haggadah with Rabbi Noah Bickart
Thursdays, March 24, 31 & April 7 at 7:30 pm

In this series, we will study many of the most important and fascinating passages in the Haggadah. We will explore how the Haggadah as we know it came together, and compare some of it to parallel texts within Rabbinic literature. The goal will be to enable participants to come with more preparation to their seders whether as leaders or as participants.
Zoom, Meeting ID:  85254630747 Contact the synagogue office for the password.

Passover Explained
Tuesday, March 29 at 7 pm

Join our Rabbis for new insights, commentaries and traditions as we discuss ways to enrich your Seder.  Free.  In person and on Zoom. Contact the synagogue office for the password.

Thu, June 30 2022 1 Tammuz 5782