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Happy Passover!

 

Passover begins the evening of Friday, April 15, 2022.

We welcome suggestions for additions to our Passover webpage! Please email communications@templealiyah.com with your suggestions!

Click Here to Sell Your Hametz!


 

Passover Events

Shabbat HaGadol
Saturday, April 9, 9:15 am

Join us in-person, on Zoom, or via Livestream for services as we celebrate Galia Wachman's Bat Mitzvah
on the Shabbat immediately before Passover, when it is traditional to contemplate the themes of the upcoming holiday. 
To join us on Zoom, 
click here and to join us on Livestream, click here
 
Minyan and Siyyum Ha-B'chorim for Fast of the First Born
Friday, April 15, 7:00 am

A "siyyum" is a celebration of the completion of the study of a rabbinic text. This one allows first-borns ("b'chorim") to eat on the day before Passover.
(Otherwise, it is traditional for them to fast.) Rabbi Perkins will be completing his study of the talmudic tractate called "Hagigah,"
which includes mystical speculations. (He's saved a short snippet of text to study with us on Thursday morning.)
This year, because Passover begins on Friday night, the siyyum will be held on Friday morning.
All are welcome, even second-, third-, or fourth-borns!
Please RSVP if you plan on attending in-person to Melissa by April 13th. Click here to join us on Zoom.
 
Bi'ur Hametz (the Burning of Hametz)
Friday, April 15, 8:45 am
Watch as Jeff Liberman uses his blowtorch to burn hametz. (This will take place right after the siyyum.)
 

Last Time to Eat Hametz
Friday, April 15, 11:00 am

First Seder
Friday, April 15 - Candle Lighting at 7:08 pm

Please note that Friday evening services will not be held this week.

First Day Yom Tov Services
Saturday, April 16, 9:00 am
Join us in person, on Zoom or via LivestreamClick here to join us on Zoom, and  click here to view on Livestream.
 

Second Seder
Saturday, April 16 - Candle Lighting at 8:10 pm
Please note that because the second seder begins on Saturday evening, candle lighting, kiddush and havdalah are combined.
The intricate order of the recitation of the blessings is described at the beginning of most haggadot.

Second Day Yom Tov Services, First Day of the Omer
Sunday, April 17, 9:00 am
Join us in person, on Zoom or via Livestream. Click here to join us on Zoom and click here to view on Livestream.
 
Minyan, First Day of Chol HaMoed
Monday, April 18, 7:00 am
Join us in person, or on Zoom. Click here to join us on Zoom.
 
Make Your Own Matzah Board with Mishpacha Aliyah
Thursday, April 21, 3:30 - 5:00 pm
Mishpacha Aliyah invites families with children in grades K-5 over Spring Break to make Sand Art Matzo Boards this Pesach.
For $36 your family can learn about Pesach traditions around the world, share your family's favorite Pesach traditions,
and create a matzo board to be used at your family seders for years to come! We ask that at least one adult per family is in attendance.
Supplies are limited, please sign up HERE! Can't join us over spring break or want to make sure your board is ready for this year's Seder?
You can still fill out this form and order the matzah board to make at home!
Just email  Caroline to coordinate a time to pick up your own kit!
 
Seventh Day Yom Tov Services
Friday, April 22, 9:00 am
We will chant Hallel and recite Shirat Ha-Yam, the Song of the Sea, as we celebrate the crossing of the Red Sea by our ancestors.
Join us in-person, on Zoom or via Livestream.
 Click here to join us on Zoom and click here to watch on Livestream.
Please note that Friday evening services will not be held this week.

 

Eighth Day Yom Tov Services
Saturday, April 23, 9:15 am
On the morning of the eighth day of Passover, we will be chanting four chapters of love poetry from Shir HaShirim (the Song of Songs).
Come join us as we celebrate the onset of spring! Yizkor will begin at approximately 11:00 am. 
Join us in-person, on Zoom or via Livestream. 
Click here to join us on Zoom and click here to watch on Livestream.
 
Time to Eat Hametz
Saturday, April 23, 9:30 pm

 

Passover Opportunities

Back by Popular Demand: The Sisterhood Passover Wine Sale!
**Please Note: The NCFW website is temporarily unavailable.
Please feel free to visit the store in person (1013 Great Plain Ave, Needham ) or call by phone (781-400-1769).**
In partnership with Needham Center Fine Wines, Sisterhood is once again pleased to offer an easy way to purchase a variety of Passover wines
while supporting Temple Aliyah! Available through the last day of Passover (April 21st), simply visit the Kosher wines page of the Needham Center
Fine Wines website and fill your cart with old favorites as well as exciting, new selections!
Orders over $30 qualify for free delivery, and 10% of all kosher items purchased will be donated to Temple Aliyah.
Questions? Please email Heidi Schwartz.
Mercaz Aliyah Annual Haggadah Sale
Click here to order online from our large selection of Passover Haggadot. Order by April 8th, and you'll be notified when your order
arrives, and is available for pick up from the Temple office. Questions? Contact Caroline.
 
Passover in a Box
Complete with crafts and activities for the entire family such as a search for chametz scavenger hunt, ten plagues origami,
make your own afikomen bag, recipes and more! Buy one or subscribe for the year for other fun holiday boxes. Go to Days United.
 

 

Passover Resources

Click Here for New & Returning Favorite Temple Aliyah Passover Resources

Ways to Celebrate, Recipes, Ideas for Children, and Lots More!
 
Tuesday, May 24 2022 23 Iyyar 5782