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Happy Passover!


Passover begins the evening of Saturday, March 27th.

We welcome suggestions for additions to our Passover webpage! Please email with your suggestions!


Sell Your Hametz Here!

Please complete by March 26th at 9:00 am.


Want to learn how Passover and Purim are connected?

Watch Rabbi Perkins' Sermon Here!



Temple Aliyah Passover Resources

Ways to Celebrate, New Articles for 2021, Recipes, Ideas for Children, and Lots More!


Passover Opportunities

Sisterhood Passover Wine Sale
In partnership with Needham Center Fine Wines, Sisterhood is once again offering an easy way to purchase a variety of Passover wines while supporting Temple Aliyah! Available through the last day of Passover (April 4th), simply visit the Needham Center Fine Wines website, type "kosher" into the keyword search on left side of page, and fill your cart with old favorites as well as exciting, new selections! Orders over $50 qualify for free delivery, and 10% of all kosher items will be donated to Temple Aliyah. Questions? Please email Randi Levy.

Passover Events

The Intergenerational Seder with Noam Zion
Sundays, March 14 and 21, 2:00 - 3:30 pm
Please join us for two special not to be missed pre-Passover classes on Zoom from Noam Zion, author of two haggadot, "A Different Night" and "A Night to Remember."
Talk #1- The Guide to the Perplexed Seder Leader
Talk #2- Hands On Advice for a More Participatory Seder
Click here to join us on Zoom. Meeting ID: 98614208326.
Daf Yomi: The Passover Seder
Monday, March 15, 8:00 am
The next two sessions of our Daf Yomi Talmud class (March 15 and 22) will be devoted to exploring the Passover seder, and how the rabbis adapted their “traditional” celebration of Passover to the radically different world in which they found themselves. You are welcome to join us, whether you’ve ever studied Talmud before- indeed, whether you’ve ever participated in a seder before! Email Elissa to receive the text study sheet that we’ll be using. Click here to join on Zoom. Meeting ID: 976973375.
How is This Passover Different From (Most) Other Passovers?
Thursday, March 18, 12:00 - 1:00 pm
How is This Passover Different From (Most) Other Passovers? The answer is simple: it begins on Saturday night. That means that the day BEFORE Passover, on which we usually feverishly prepare for Passover, is Shabbat. And since, halachically, we may not cook or do many other things that we would ordinarily do on the day before Passover, we have to do those in advance. There are other curious challenges. Come learn what they are. Everyone will (we hope) conclude class with a clear understanding of what should be done when (and how) so that we and our families will be able to enter Pesach calm, pleasantly prepared, and with hopeful anticipation. Please click here to join us on Zoom! Meeting ID: 951 1845 3956.
Joint Community Seder with Temple Emunah
Sunday, March 28, 6:00 - 7:15 pm.
We are delighted to announce that once again this year Rabbi Carl Perkins and Rabbi Leora Kling Perkins, will co-lead our seder and that members of the Temple Emunah community will join us. This seder is for the whole family and will include breakout rooms for discussions. We will be moving through the first part of the seder in approximately seventy-five minutes. Then, we’ll break so that everyone can eat dinner at their own pace and continue the seder on their own after dinner. We are looking forward to seeing and celebrating with you! Please note, registration is required.
Click here to register. 



Saturday, November 27 2021 23 Kislev 5782