This year, Passover begins at sundown on Monday, April 10
The primary ritual of Passover, the Passover seder, is a home ritual. It is a wonderful time for us to connect with family and friends over a shared meal at our table as we recline and recount the story of the Exodus from Eygpt and sing songs together in celebration of freedom.
This year, the first night of Passover falls on a Monday. If you are looking for a seder to join on the first night, please contact Moji. And don't forget we are hosting a second night seder here at Rodef Sholom! We look forward to celebrating with you.
Passover Hosting (sign up with Moji by March 24)
Our goal is to make sure that everyone in our community has a place to celebrate Passover. Please let us know if you would like to host other congregants or if you would like to be hosted. Contact Moji at [email protected]
and include yor name, email and home address, whether you can host or would like to be hosted, number of people, and any dietary restrictions by March 24.
Sisterhood Seder with Rabbi Stacy Friedman
Sunday, March 26, 4:00 pm
Singing - dancing - musicians - new Haggadah!
Bring your friends and sisters, moms and grandmas. Reservations required - space is limited! Visit wrs-sisterhood.org
and click on the calendar link for more information and to register.
CRuSTY Chocolate Seder (8th - 12th grade)
Saturday, April 1, 2:30 - 4:00 pm
Rodef Sholom Second Night Seder
Tuesday, April 11, 5:00 pm*, Social Hall
Once again we are hosting a Second Night Seder! Join Rabbi Stacy Friedman, Rabbi Elana Rosen-Brown, Cantor David Margules, and many of our own Rodef Sholom musicians as they host a beautiful, meaningful and musical seder. Spaces are limited so RSVP soon!
Prices for congregants are $50 for adults and $35 for children 12 and under; prices for non-congregants are $60 for adults and $45 for children 12 and under. Financial assistance is available for congregants.
*Please note that the seder is now starting at 5:00 pm instead of 6:00 pm as previously publicized .
Chametz Food Drive
Trying to eat all of your bread, crackers and pasta before Pesach? If yo7u run out of time, please bring your unopened packages of non-perishable chametz for our Food Bank barrel in the lobby!