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Passover 2024

Join us, along with your loved ones, for a joyous and meaningful Passover celebration at Tiferet Bet Israel or virtually.

Passover Service Schedule

Monday, April 22
Erev Pesach - 7:30 a.m. Fast of the Firstborn Service, Torah Study and Light Breakfast (in the TBI Library and Zoom) . No evening service at TBI. First Passover Seder, home observance

Tuesday, April 23
First Day - 9:30 a.m. Passover Service (in person and Livestream). No evening service at TBI. Second Passover Seder, home observance

Wednesday, April 24
Second Day - 9:30 a.m. Passover Service (in person and Livestream).    8:00 p.m. Evening Minyan (Zoom only)

Thursday, April 25
Chol Hamoed Pesach - 8:00 p.m. Evening Minyan (Zoom only)

Friday, April 26
Erev Shabbat Chol Hamoed Pesach - 7:00 p.m. Erev Shabbat (in person and Livestream)

Saturday, April 27
Shabbat Chol Hamoed Pesach - 9:30 a.m. Shabbat (in person and Livestream)

Sunday, April 28
Minyan - 9:15 a.m. Sunday Morning Minyan (Zoom only)

Sunday, April 28
Erev Seventh Day of Pesach - 8:00 p.m. Passover Ma'ariv Service (Zoom only)

Monday, April 29
Seventh Day - 9:30 a.m. Passover Service (in person and Livestream)       8:00 p.m. Passover Ma'ariv Service (Zoom only)

Tuesday, April 30
Eighth Day - 9:30 a.m. Passover Service, Yizkor will be read (in person and Livestream).        
8:40 p.m. Havdalah, end of Passover Holiday         
8:45 p.m. Evening Minyan (Zoom only)

Office and School Closing

In observance of Passover, TBI's office & ECEC will be closed:
- At noon Monday, April 22
- All day Tuesday, April 23
- All day Wednesday, April 24
- All day Monday, April 29
- All day Tuesday, April 30
The TBI office will operate on a limited basis during Passover week.

Religious School will not be in session:
- Tuesday, April 23
- Sunday, April 28
- Tuesday, April 30

Passover Adult Education 


     
      Why is this Passover different from all other Passovers ?
      Register Here for Tuesday, April 2: 7 - 8 PM (On Zoom Only)
      Register Here for Tuesday, April 9: 7 - 8 PM (On Zoom Only)

Selling the Hametz

If possible, all hametz - food not      acceptable during Passover, or materials containing such unacceptable food - should be destroyed or given away before the holiday begins. Should this be impossible, the hametz may be stored in such a way that we are sure not to use it during the holiday and its actual ownership is transferred to a non-Jew until the holiday ends.
Click here to sell your Hametz online or print a hard copy to return to TBI. 
Deadline is Friday, April 19
It is customary to perform the mitzvah of ma’ot hitin, giving tzedakah for those in need on Passover, when completing this form, but a monetary donation alone does not accomplish the sale of hametz. Checks made payable to Tiferet Bet Israel will be disbursed from the Rabbi’s Fund to assist families in need.

Seder Shiddach (Matchmaking)

Do you have room for one or more guests at your Seder? Do you need a place to experience the Passover celebration? Let us know, and we'll do our best make a match. Call or email Rabbi Rozenwasser or reach out to Emily Cutler, no later than noon on Monday, April 15, to give us time to make connections.

Passover Resources
The Rabbinical Assembly provides a complete Pesach Guide: click here to download.
- Looking for a family Passover mitzvah? Philly's Jewish Relief  Agency needs help with packing and delivering food for those in need. Here's their April calendar.
- Dr. Ron Wolfson offers 10 tips for a memorable seder.
- Want to hear a bunch of nice Jewish boys do some fun, PG-rated Passover songs? Check out the Maccabeats on YouTube.

Fri, April 19 2024 11 Nisan 5784