Passover 5781

As we continue to shelter-in-place, we continue to hold all of our classes and services online via streaming through our webcam or zoom. Our Passover offerings are listed below.

Join Bill Futornick’s Judaism at Home sessions on Passover

https://bethjacobrwc.org/education/adult-education/judaism-at-home/

PRE-RECORDED CLASSES

PREPPING YOUR SEDER TABLE

How to Prep, Cook and Get Ready
Hands on with cooking and other advice with Bill!

Watch the recording HERE

Hosting a Virtual Seder Online with Cantor Barbara

Watch recording HERE

 

VIRTUAL SEDERS

SEDER MATCHING

If you are hosting a seder online and would welcome more participants or if you are looking to join a virtual seder, let Rebecca know and she will coordinate matching the needs of our community.

Night 1: Saturday March 27th

Bill’s Seder

Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm 

Info:  I want to invite everyone to join my family and me over Zoom for our first night Seder. We will be asking a lot of questions and incorporating a lot of music as well. It will be a non-traditional traditional Seder, which I hope we will all enjoy and from which we will get a lot of meaning. Please join us! 

Rabbi Ilana’s seder 

Time: 5:00pm – ??

Info: My family and I invite you to join us by Zoom for a (mostly) traditional seder.. We will engage in conversations across generations, including some silliness and much meaty discussion, and lots of singing, late into the night.  It’s ok to drop-off when you get tired.  RSVPs appreciated but not required.

SECOND NIGHT COMMUNITY SEDER

5:45 pm | Sunday, March 28, hosted by Rabbi Ezray and Cantor Barbara
Join Cantor Barbara and Rabbi Ezray for a lively, community-wide traditional Passover Seder. The virtual seder table will extend from our homes to yours as we sing, discuss and celebrate this feast of freedom: 4 cups, 4 questions, 4 children, and you!
Contact Deborah for zoom links for any of these seders.

SECOND NIGHT YOUNG FAMILY SEDER

Sunday March 28, 2021 from 4 : 45 p.m.-5:30 p.m led by Natalya Martyushova

Contact natalya@bethjacobrwc.org for zoom link

This is a wonderful opportunity for children to be exposed to the traditions and customs of Pesach through games, stories, songs, and personal connection. You can share some traditions from your family, and learn about the traditions of others.

Instructions: Please prepare a Seder plate with egg, lettuce, parsley, maror, haroset and shank bone ( out of paper or real).

Hide the Afikoman in advance before our Seder begins.

 

All the links for our services are in the Shabbat Shalom weekly email. If you would like to be added to our email list contact cbj@bethjacobrwc.org.

Sale of Chametz Form

We have created an online form to authorize the sale of chametz.

PASSOVER FOOD DONATION DRIVE

You can also donate the items you’re cleaning out to our Passover donation drive-thru on  Sunday March 21st from 1 to 3pm.
We’re collecting non-perishable food items to benefit Jewish Family and Children’s Services. Drive through the parking lot and say hello to our clergy and fellow members while doing a mitzvah.
Drive up. Drop off. Do good.

PASSOVER FESTIVAL SERVICES

We will be holding virtual services for Passover on the first 2 days and last 2 days of the holiday.
Day 1 – 9:00 am on SUNDAY, MARCH 28
Day 2 – 9:00 am on MONDAY, MARCH 29
Day 7 – 9:00 am and 11:30 am on SHABBAT, APRIL 3
Day 8 – 9:00 am on SUNDAY, APRIL 4 (includes Yizkor)
Livestream link to the Chapel Webcam 
OR contact Deborah@bethjacobrwc.org for zoom link.
Resources

GUIDANCE FOR GETTING OUR HOMES READY FOR PESACH

We are passing along the recommendations from the Conservative Movement for Pesach cleaning, buying and kashering: Kashrut Subcommittee Recommendations for Passover 5781 . Please let us know if you have any questions.

DIGITAL HAGGADOT

Seder Meals (certified Kosher for Passover)
Contact Lusine Sargsyan: lusine.catering@gmail.com
Gift shop for Seder plates, Kiddush cups, Mazah covers, etc.