Passover Resources from TBE Clergy

Beginning Friday night, Jews all over the world will gather in their homes, surrounded by family and friends. We will sit down at tables large and small, filled to overflowing with food and plastic frogs, and speak, or read, or sing the familiar words: “Mah nishtana halailah hazeh mikol haleilot? – Why is this night different from all other nights?”

The festival of Pesach, known in English as Passover, is our holiday of freedom. Celebrated each spring, Passover reminds us of the blossoming possibilities ahead, as we emerge from the cold, flowerless winter months. Passover begins under the full moon and continues for a week of song, worship, meals and storytelling. We hope your telling of the ancient story is filled with family, friends and community.

March 30
Before you head to your seder, welcome in Shabbat with services at 5:00 pm at Temple Beth El. We promise to keep it short and sweet!

March 31
Shabbat & Festival Morning Service: 11:00 am in Blumenthal Sanctuary with B’nei Mitzvah.

March 31
Community Seder & Families with Young Children Seder happening (with prior RSVP).

April 6
Festival Morning Service with Yizkor at 11:00 am in Archer Chapel.

Looking for resources? Use these links to enliven your Passover Celebration:

Printable Haggadot

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