Passover runs from April 15-23, 2022. On this page you will find service times, resources for observing Passover, and a link to our second night virtual Seder!
Friday, April 15 5:30PM: Erev Pesach service (virtual only/Zoom): https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82103262651
Saturday, April 16 9:30AM: Day 1 Passover service (virtual and in-person)
Friday, April 22 9:30 AM: Yom Tov service (virtual and in-person)
Friday, April 22 5:45PM: Kabbalat Shabbat service with Rabbi Norry (virtual and in-person)
Saturday, April 23 9:30AM: Day 8 Passover services with Yizkor (virtual and in-person). Yizkor service will begin after the Torah service.
Sell Your Chametz
- Clean out your chametz and bring unopened items to shul to be donated to Collat Jewish Family Services by 12PM Thursday, April 14.
- Sell your chametz and make a donation to the Rabbi’s Discretionary Fund to support Community Kitchens. You can pick up a form at the Temple Beth El office or fill out this digital form: https://meetyouatbethel.shulcloud.com/form/chametz-sale-2022.html.
Celebrate Night Two With TBE!
Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEucO2tpzsjG9MfDOlYesp7FDW1AxEgSLQs
Temple Beth El wishes you a very meaningful Pesach! Rabbi Norry recommends the RA’s Pesah Guide as a wonderful resource for your Passover preparations. Please see a link to the guide and an excerpt below. In addition, you may direct questions to Rabbi Norry at firstname.lastname@example.org or just give him a call at (404) 405-3640 and he will be happy to answer any specific questions you may have.
Access the RA’s Pesah Guide HERE
Access Addendum HERE
Excerpt: Judaism’s master story is the Exodus from Egypt, followed by the trek to Mount Sinai and then to the Promised Land of Israel. We leave Egypt not as individuals but as a nation, and we do so only with the help of God…At Mount Sinai we engage in a Covenant with God that establishes the basis of our relationship with God – and the duties of that relationship – for ourselves and all our descendants. This perception of ourselves, our links to one another and to God, and our mission in life infuses much of our liturgy and many of our holidays, but it is Passover that focuses on this story most graphically. As the Haggadah says, “In every generation we each must see ourselves as if we personally left Egypt.”
CHAG SAMEACH FROM TEMPLE BETH EL!
Two Seders Not Enough?
Don’t Forget…A Special Pesach Gift from the Ivker Family
You may not know that Barry Ivker, who excels in his Torah reading skills and gives us the gift of his talent on many Shabbatot, is also a wonderful artist in his own right. Barry has published a beautiful 278-page Passover Haggadah, complete with his own artwork and beautifully written texts, as demonstrated in these pictures. The Ivker family is always sharing their time and commitment with this congregation, and now Barry and the Ivker family would like, as a token of love and appreciation, to gift one copy of this beautiful Haggadah to each Temple Beth El family. If your family is a member of TBE, please come by the office and pick up your copy of this gorgeous book, just in time for Passover. (If you are not a paid TBE member, you may purchase a copy for a minimum donation of $36.00 to Temple Beth El.)
Our heartfelt thanks to this wonderful family for this most generous gift!