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Passover begins Saturday night, March 27th. There will be many ways to prepare and celebrate the holiday.

Passover Food on the North Shore

The Whole Foods at Park Royal is selling regular and whole wheat matzah, small bottles of grape juice, and assorted gluten free products like matzah and panko that are marked for Passover. As always, they have grape juice and vinegars.

Our Community Seder

We will be holding a seder over zoom for the second night of Passover on March 28th at 6pm. Like last year, we will finish our seder before the meal since watching people eat on zoom is kind of strange, but we will include some of the beloved songs from the end of the seder.

This year, we are asking you to lead parts of the seder! Using this form, please let us know which 3 parts (either songs or readings) from the seder you would be most interested in leading. 

Please list up to three songs or readings. As everything about the pandemic is an experiment, we don't know how many people are interested! We will be breaking up the 4 questions to allow more people to take part.


Jewish Family Services Passover Campaign

The ancient rabbis taught us that there is a communal responsibility to ensure that every person in the Jewish community is able to fully celebrate Passover. That is why each year, we participate in the Jewish Family Services Passover Campaign.

This year, Jewish Family Services will be providing approximately 500 food hampers of Passover food as well as around 240 Passover-in-a-Box packages. The uncertaintity and challenges of the pandemic have made the support provided by JFS ever more important. If you are able, please contribute at:

Passover Prayer

We will be streaming Yom Tov services for the first day of Passover, Sunday, March 28th at 10am. We will also hold our seventh day service which will include Yizkor on Saturday, April 3rd at 10am.

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