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Passover

 

Passover 2021 

We have so many exciting programs planned to celebrate Passover this year. We hope you will join us!

Virtual Haggadah

Virtual Haggadah

Download your very own Temple Emanu-El virtual Haggadah that you can use at your very own virtual Seder! 

Download the TEE Virtual Haggadah

Surprise! You’ve been gifted with the Afiko-Man

An essential part of any seder is the search for afikomen. While many families have their own traditions and spirited searches, we are asking you to join our community in an attempt to spread the Passover joy!

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Great Passover Tales with Renowned Storyteller, Peninnah Schram

Get ready for Passover with these wonderful stories. Regarded as one of the great Jewish storytellers of our generation, Penninah Schram is an internationally known teacher, author, and recording artist. Join us as Schram delights us with stories for children and adults of all ages. We will bid farewell to Shabbat with Havdalah.

Passover 1st Day Morning Service

Sunday, March 28 at 10:00 AM

From the comfort of your own home, mark the first day of Passover with a joyful festival service with Hallel (praise).

Second Night Community (Virtual) Seder Sunday, March 28 at 5:30 PM

Join your Temple Emanu-El family and clergy for an interactive and intergenerational second night Seder. We will use our virtual haggadah, sing Passover favorites, and share an evening reflecting on the themes of the Passover holiday.

Passover Park Cleanup Tuesday, March 30 at 3:00 PM

Location: Nomahegan Park (meet at the parking lot by the soccer fields along Kenilworth Blvd)

The outdoors has served as such great therapy for all of us over the past year, where we could breathe fresh air and stretch our legs after spending way too much time indoors. That said, with more people spending time in our parks and less organized park clean-ups, there has also been a build-up of litter in our forests and streams. This Passover, we will inevitably focus not only on ancient times but also on new plagues that have changed our world recently. We should also remember how inextricably linked our human health is with the very ecosystems that support us.  On Tuesday, March 30, we will be working as a (socially-distanced) community to show Nomahegan Park some love and clean up some of the garbage that has accumulated. We are limiting the event to 25 people, so please RSVP as soon as possible. Work gloves and litter grabbers will be available, masks are required, and we will be sure to follow social distancing guidelines.

Passover 7th Day Morning Service with Yizkor
Saturday April 3 at 10:00 AM