Online Passover Events

March 2021

Adult Ed Class: Seder Customs Around the World

Monday, March 22, 2021 7pm

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To access by phone: call 929-436-2866 meeting ID is 890 9008 4374 (contact us for passcode)

Before Passover:

Virtual Sale of Chametz (leavened products)

Even in a "normal" Passover year, when we aren't holding services and seders over Zoom, Jews conduct a "virtual sale" of all their leavened products (chametz) for the duration of the Passover holiday.

 

If you would like to give Rabbi Jack permission to sell the ownership of your chametz for Passover to a non-Jew, please fill out this form with your NAME AND ADDRESS by Wednesday, March 24th.

 

Please note that the food stays in your possession, just the legal ownership changes.

Your Seder Table

Whether you'll be joining the virtual Community Seder, or making your own family seder, here's a list of items for a traditional seder table:

  • a seder plate (or designated plate)

  • wine or grape juice and a cup for each participant

  • a plate with three matzahs

  • napkin or something in which to place the afikomen

  • Elijah's cup (extra wine cup)

  • a bowl with salt water

  • parsley or other vegetable for dipping

  • roasted egg (boiled and then slightly burnt on the stovetop)

  • shank bone (or roasted beet, or paper cut-out or drawing of a shank bone)

  • charoset (recipes available online, often a mixture of apples, walnuts and wine)

  • bitter herb (horseradish or bitter lettuce);

  • Optional, but fun for the kids at the community seder: scallions/green onions

  • food/dinner for the festive meal

 

Remember that we light candles at the start of the holiday, so you'll want your "shabbat" candles on hand.

 

Passover Tunes

Blessing over children
Intention over wine
Four questions
V'hi She'amda
B'chol dor va'dor
kadesh ur'chatz
Ha Lachma
Avadim Hayinu
Dayanu
Eliyahu Hanavi
Brich rachamana

Passover questions? You can email Rabbi Jack at physicsrabbi@gmail.com

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