Pesach 5782/2022

Thank you so much to everyone who helped us create such an amazing pesach experience!

Stay tuned for Shavuot information.

Pesach Schedule at a Glance

Friday, April 15 / Erev Pesach / Taanit Bechorot - Fast of the Firstborn

7:30 AM / Shacharit followed by Siyum and light breakfast (sponsorship available)

8:30 - 9:30 AM / Chametz burning in parking lot

10:19 AM / Latest time to eat chametz

11:40 AM Latest time to destroy chametz

7:15 PM / Maariv

7:21 PM / Candlelighting

8:21 PM / Seder Begins

Please note that it is preferable to finish the afikoman by halachic midnight, which is 1:00 AM.

Shabbat, April 16 / Pesach I

9:00 AM / Shacharit and Mussaf with Tefillat Tal

Followed by light kiddush outdoors

6:15 PM / Daf Yomi

7:10 PM / Mincha

7:40 PM / Maariv

8:00 PM / Introduction to Community Seder (CLICK HERE TO RSVP)

8:23 PM / Seder Begins

One should not make any preparations for the Seder or light candles before 8:23 PM.

Please note that it is preferable to finish the afikoman by halachic midnight, which is 1:00 AM.

Please remember to count Sefirat HaOmer!

Sunday, April 17 / Pesach II

9:00 AM / Shacharit and Mussaf

Followed by light kiddush outdoors

6:15 PM / Daf Yomi

7:10 PM / Mincha

8:10 PM / Maariv

8:23 PM / Havdalah

Please also note that V’Tein Tal U’Matar Livracha is no longer said starting at Maariv.
 

Monday, April 18 - Thursday, April 21st / Chol HaMoed

Please stay tuned for information about communal davening on Chol HaMoed.

Thursday, April 21st / Erev Yom Tov

Please remember to make an Eruv Tavshilin. There is no shehechiyanu made on the last two nights of Pesach.

7:27 PM Candle Lighting

7:27 PM Maariv

Friday, April 22nd / Pesach VII

9:00 AM / Shacharit and Mussaf

Followed by kiddush lunch outdoors

5:15 PM / Daf Yomi

6:15 PM / Mincha/Maariv

7:28 PM / Candle lighting for Shabbat/Yom Tov

Because of the Eruv Tavshilin, one may make all preparations for Shabbat on Yom Tov.

Shabbat, April 23 / Pesach VIII

9:00 AM / Shacharit, Shir HaShirim, and Mussaf

Yizkor will take place at approximately 10:15 AM

Followed by light kiddush outdoors

6:15 PM / Daf Yomi

7:00 PM / Mincha followed by Seudah Shlishit (Seudat Baal Shem Tov)

8:31 PM / Shabbat Ends

Havdalah includes only two berachot: HaGafen and HaMavdil (no besamim or eish).

You may repossess the chametz you have sold at 9:45 PM.