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Passover Schedule

Monday, April 22

Fast of the First-Born Torah Study is after morning Minyan.

Last time to eat Chametz: 11:17 a.m.

Last time to sell and burn Chametz: 12:22 pm.

Candle lighting: 7:42 pm.

Passover Services at the Synagogue: 6:30 pm.

Passover Seder at the Synagogue: 7:00 pm.

Tuesday, April 23

Passover Services: 10:00 am.

Candle lighting second night: 8:36 pm.

Wednesday, April 24

Passover Services: 10:00 am.

The first 2 days of Passover end at 8:37 pm.

Sunday, April 28

Candle lighting for the 7th day of Passover: 7:45 pm.

Monday, April 29

Passover Services: 10:00 am.

Candle lighting for the 8th day of Passover: 8:40 pm.

Tuesday, April 30

Passover Services/ Yizkor: 10:00 am.

The Holiday of Passover ends at 8:41 pm.

Time to eat Chametz again is 8:50 p.m.

Selling Your Chametz

Since ownership of chametz (bread and other leavened products) is not allowed during Pesach, ideally all chametz in one's possession would be given away or destroyed before the holiday begins.  Since this often represents a financial hardship, the practice arose for people to store away their chametz before Pesach and arrange to sell it for the duration of the holiday.  By filling out the form below, you are appointing Rabbi Kornworcel to arrange the sale on your behalf.

By clicking on the submit button below, I/we hereby authorize Rabbi Kornworcel to act as my/our agent in the sale of all chametz that may be in my/our possession wherever it may be - whether at home, at a place of business, or elsewhere - in accordance with the requirements of Jewish law.  All chametz in my/our possession that will not be consumed by the latest time for eating chametz on Monday, April 22, 2024 at 11:17 am, will be stored and sealed by the latest time for burning chametz on Monday, April 22, 2024 at 12:22 pm, and will remain stored away for the duration of Pesach.

CLICK HERE TO SELL YOUR CHAMETZ

ALL WHO ARE HUNGRY, LET THEM ENTER AND EAT

There is an ancient custom dating back to the time of the Talmud for communities to collect money to distribute to the poor for their Pesach needs.

Originally, the money was used to buy wheat, hence Maot Hittim (money for wheat).

I enclose this gift of Tzedakah made payable to the Tzedakah Fund, to be used for all people who are hungry or in need.  Money collected will be used for Maot Hittim, food provisions donated to people both Jewish and non-Jewish who are in need of food each day.  If you would like to make a donation, please click here.

Mon, June 24 2024 18 Sivan 5784