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Passover 5783

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 Downloadable Resource Documents Can Be Found at the Bottom of this Page

The Fast of the First Born will be Wednesday, April 5

Siyyum Follows Regular Morning (8:00 AM) Minyan

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Don't forget to sell your Chametz!
Forms are due by Tuesday, April 4!


Yizkor Reading will be Thursday, April 13


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Book of Remembrance



A Jewish Scavenger Hunt - The Search for Chametz (Leaven)


The search is generally conducted the night before the first Seder. The search is conducted as early as possible following sundown.  For those who cannot conduct the search at that time, the entire night is available. However, the search must be concluded by sunrise of the following morning.

The search is done at night, traditionally using the light of a candle. You may want to consider a small flashlight.  Ten (10) pieces of bread, or other chametz products, are placed in different areas of the house,      areas in which it would be customary and usual to find chametz during the course of the year (thus excluding bathrooms from being “searched.”)

 Immediately before the search, after the candle has been lit, the blessing below is recited.  After the search has been concluded, a Declaration of Nullification is recited. Ideally, there should be no talking between the   time we recite the opening blessing and the time we conclude the Declaration of Nullification.  

As the “search” proceeds, the “found” pieces are scooped up with a feather and wooden spoon into a  receptacle (usually a napkin or paper plate).  The receptacle and the implement used to scoop the chametz into the receptacle are all wrapped together carefully and placed in a section of the house where it will not come in contact with the Pesach products which have already been set up.

Bedikat Hametz Search



Passover Guide and B’deekat Chametz kits (Thanks to the Mens Club!) are available in the synagogue office. Make an appointment to come in during office hours or email for one to be left after hours!

B'Deekat Chametz Blessings


Printable file of B'Deekat Chametz Blessings

Passover Happenings


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Seder Plates are now available as well for $18!


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Yahrzeit Plaque

Passover, the holiday most rich with traditions and family memories, is one of the four occasions when we recite Yizkor. While recalling those who have passed, it should bring comfort that a Yahrzeit plaque, placed in our small sanctuary, memorializes the loved one. Those who have plaques are remembered annually on their Yahrzeit as Kaddish is said in their memory. It is an opportune time to order a Yahzeit plaque for a family member so that it can be dedicated this coming Yom Kippur.  


A Yahrzeit plaque serves as a tribute to the memory of your loved one and helps support the congregation.

Purchase yours here today: or contact the office.


Fri, September 29 2023 14 Tishrei 5784