Passover will soon be upon us. Passover, Pesach, is the defining experience of the Jewish people. It is a celebration of freedom and liberty. It is a celebration of the remarkable history and blessings of our Jewish family and Judaism. It is a celebration of the ethics, the principles, the faith and the community that inspires our lives. And it is a celebration of the children who represent the hope for a better and more compassionate world.
Passover begins on Wednesday evening, April 5. For those who are holding their own Seder we are providing many resources that may help you create or enhance your Passover experience.
We are also thrilled to be back in person this year for a Congregational Seder at Temple Sinai on Wednesday, April 5. There will be a brief service at 5:30pm and then at 6:00pm we will gather in the Social Hall for a lovely and joyous Passover Seder led by Rabbi Rick Rheins and Rabbi Susan Rheins.
Click on the squares below to link to registration.
Passover 5783 Schedule
Note: all services are in-person and livestreamed.
TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 4
Search for chametz: ritual removal of all leavened products from our homes.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 5
Final removal of chametz.
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 5
5:30 PM: Erev Pesach service at TEMPLE SINAI
6:00 PM: 1st night Passover Seder at TEMPLE SINAI
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 6
10:00 AM: 1st day Passover service
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 12
6:00 PM: Last evening of Passover service
THURSDAY, APRIL 13
10:00 AM: Final day of Passover with Yizkor-Memorial prayers, featuring Leah Hamilton and the Temple Sinai Choir