Passover Information


TBE clergy and staff are working hard to ensure our community has the resources, services and programming necessary for a zissen (sweet) and meaningful holiday. Below are several resources and a schedule of virtual programming for Pesach.

Pesach is a holiday of community, family and togetherness.  This year we will be together in spirit.  

Passover Meals
Those members who ordered a Seder-in-a-Box will receive an email regarding when and how to pick up their food, which will be available on Tuesday, April 7.

Guide to Passover Prep
A brief outline of policies and procedures for the preparation of a Kosher for Passover home is available here.  This edition has been adapted by the Rabbinical Assembly to take into consideration the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Here are three different digital Haggadot for you to explore:

The Feast of Freedom, courtesy of the Rabbinical Assembly.

A Different Night is one I have recommended before.  There are transliterations, and excellent illustrations.

A Night to Remember has many more commentaries than you could use at any one seder.  But the readings are great and you might enjoy exploring.

PJ Library Haggadah
Click here to complete a form to receive a PDF of the PJ Library Haggadah.

Sale of Hametz
This year, Temple Beth El is partnering with the Rabbinical Assembly for the electronic sale of hametz via Rabbi Mordy Schwartz.  Click here to learn more. Questions?  Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  It is customary to donate to Maot Hittin (money for wheat) when selling your hametz. These funds are used to help Jews in need of money for celebrating the holiday.  Checks can be sent to Temple Beth El, attention "Passover Fund."

Tzedakah
It is traditional to donate funds to help others celebrate Passover.  Click here to make a donation to TBE.

Tips for Making Your Vitual Seder More Interactive

How Different This Night Will Be:  10 Tips for Your Virtual Seder

 

 

 

 

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