All the Information You Need to Celebrate Pesach this Year!

Beth Jacob is hosting two Online Community Sedarim:

  • A traditional community seder on the first night, Saturday, March 27 at 7:30 pm led by Rabbi Adam RubinMatzah
  • Lil’ Seder – A community seder more geared toward families with children Sunday, March 28 at 6 pm led by Rabbi Tamar Magill-Grimm

Everyone is welcome! Please sign upselect whether you want to be a part of it, or if you want to be a part of it AND are willing to help lead a part of the seder.

Also, we will be arranging smaller online seder groups for the second night, Sunday, March 28.

Please sign up for ALL SEDER OPTIONS HERE


For Pesach Torah readings, scroll down to the Service schedule.


If you would like a haggadah (the same one that will be used at the Beth Jacob online community seder, pictured), they will be available at Beth Jacob. Whether or not you join a BJC seder, feel free to use these online haggadot:

During the second online seder we will use two beautiful resources created by our Iyunim students:
They were included in your Seder Kits, or click the links above. Rabbi Tamar will also be using the Kveller Haggadah.

Selling Your Chametz (Mechirat Chametz), and Gifts to those in need at Pesach (Ma’ot Hittim):

Information about this custom

Sell yours here: Mechirat Chametz/Ma’ot Hittim Form


Texts:


Service Schedule (All services online):

Pesach Services will be at the normal service links: Beth-Jacob.org/Shabbat on Shabbat,  Beth-Jacob.org/Minyan on other Yom Tov and Hol Hamoed days. Yom Tov services will also be streamed at Beth-Jacob.org/YouTube.

Thursday, March 25 7 am: Service and Siyum for First Born
Friday, March 26 7:15 pm – Shabbat Candlelighting
 

Saturday, March 27

Erev Pesach

7:30 pm: BJC Online Community Seder

8:17 pm – Candlelighting (From a pre-existing flame)

 

Sunday, March 28

9:00 am: 1st Day of Passover Services

Torah and Hafatrah Readings

6 pm: Lil’ Seder

8:19 pm – Candlelighting (From a pre-existing flame)

Monday, March 29 9:00 am: 2nd Day of Passover Services – Story Day

Torah and Hafatrah Readings

8:20 pm: Havdalah

Tuesday, March 30 7:00 am: Hol Hamoed Pesach Services

Torah and Hafatrah Readings

 

Wednesday, March 31 7:00 am: Hol Hamoed Pesach Services

Torah and Hafatrah Readings

Thursday, April 1 7:00 am: Hol Hamoed Pesach Services

Torah and Hafatrah Readings

Friday, April 2 7:00 am: Hol Hamoed Pesach Services

Torah and Hafatrah Readings

7:24 pm – Candlelighting

Saturday, April 3 9:00 am: 7th Day of Passover Services

Torah and Hafatrah Readings

8:26 pm – Candlelighting (From a pre-existing flame)

Sunday, April 4 9:00 am: 8th Day of Passover Services

Torah and Hafatrah Readings

8:27 pm  -Havdalah


Pesach Information:

A Pesach Schedule/Guide – Printable Candle Lighting and Service Times, and all manner of Pesach info (coming soon)!

The 15 Steps to the Seder – Keeping it in Order!

From the Rabbinical Assembly


Online Resources to help with your seder:

Haggadah builder from Haggadot.com: make your own!

USCJ Webinar: Bridging the Distance: Creating an Engaging Virtual Seder Experience  PDF of Powerpoint From Webinar

Pesach Resources from USCJ – United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism

Jewish Journal’s How Different Will This Night Be: 10 Tips for Your Virtual Seder

Haggadah supplements and seder readings from AJWS

My Jewish Learning – A variety of information, Pesach and year-round.

Conservative Yeshiva Passover Resource Page

Rabbinical Assembly Passover Resource Page

JTS Passover Resource Page

Jewish Grandparents Network Passover Resource Page

Resources from Matan

“A Playful Passover” – An e-book from TC Jewfolk

Onetable’s Spotify Playlist

The HIAS Haggadah

Finally, if you’re not comfortable with a Zoom Seder, here’s a seder-like video from the Rabbinical Assembly to watch instead (or in addition to!).

Note: A limited number of Haggadot are available for sale at the Beth Jacob office.

Please call 651-452-2226 for details.