How to Do Passover in the Age of Coronavirus
Wednesday, April 1 at 7:30 PM
Charoset Making Class
Thursday, April 2 at 7:30 PM
1st Day Virtual Passover Seder
Wednesday, April 8
1st Day Passover Service
Thursday, April 9 at 10 AM
7th Day Passover Service with Yizkor
Wednesday, April 15 at 10 AM
Selling of the Chametz
The practice of selling chametz (leavened products) arose out of a desire to fulfill in detail the Torah’s requirement of having no chametz in one’s possession during Passover. If you would like to sell your chametz, fill out the form, available by clicking here.
Bible Class Tuesday
April 7 at 9:45 AM
Passover prep/study session – Click here to register to live stream.
Tuesday, April 7 at 7:30 PM
Join us in a scavenger hunt for chametz and the ceremony of bedikat chametz as we remove the last of the chametz in our homes the night before Passover begins. Click here to register to live stream.
April 15 at 7:00 PM
Hello Junior Youth Group Families,
We have loved staying connected with you over these past two weeks and we hope you are enjoying connecting with us as well.
As you know, Passover is right around the corner! Every year we celebrate this amazing holiday as a youth group by hosting a chocolate seder with all of our friends, and we couldn’t have a year without our special seder.
We would love if you could join us for a remote chocolate seder on April 5, 2020 from 11am to 12pm. Below is a list of the yummy items that we will be enjoying. If you are unable to gather any these chocolate treats, feel free to substitute, and join us whether you have all the chocolate treats or none… the seder will be fun no matter what you bring to the table, as long as you are with us!
Seder Plate Items:
- Roasted egg (Beytzah): Kinder egg or any other egg shaped chocolate
- Shankbone (Z’roa): Tootsie rolls or other forms of chewy hard candies
- Bitter herb (Maror): Dark chocolate
- Parsley/ Celery (Karpas): Strawberries or any other sweet fruits that go great with chocolate
- Charoset: Chocolate fudge, chocolate syrup, or any other type of thick dessert sauce
You will also need milk, chocolate milk, or any other drink that goes well with chocolate for our four cups of ‘grape juice’. As well as some chocolate to dip the strawberries (karpas) in and chocolate covered matzah for Yachatz (breaking of the matzah) and the afikomen. If you would like to make your own chocolate matzah, here is a super yummy recipe!: https://www.thespruceeats.com/sweet-and-salty-chocolate-matzo-recipe-2098428
A sprinkling of sea salt or kosher salt gives this chocolate matzo that delightfully appealing sweet-and-salty taste. Try this recipe, and you’ll see why it’s one of the most-requested Passover treats.
As usual, we expect to have lots of chocolate, laughs, and fun at our seder and hope you will be able to join us!
Questions? Please contact Kayla Zambrana at firstname.lastname@example.org.