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Passover Resources

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Find all of your Passover resources in one place, including our worship schedule, Haggadot and Rabbinical Guidelines.

 

Sale of Hametz

Sale of Hametz form
Please note: The sale of hametz will take place on Friday, April 15, 2022.

After downloading the form please fill it out, sign it, and EITHER bring it or mail it with your donation to the Center. If you would like to make your donation *online click here, and select “Sale of Hametz.”

*Along with an online donation, a signed copy of the form is still required. You can scan and email your form to dberke@jaxjewishcenter.org.

Click here for the blessing for searching for (b’dikat) hametz and burning (biur) hametz  


Rabbi Jonathan Lubliner’s Message for Passover 5782 and Prayer for Ukrainian Refugees

Guidelines for when Passover falls on Shabbat

Rabbinical Assembly Passover Guide

*Eruv Tavshilin

*Eruv Tavshilin must be performed on Thursday, April 21, in order to be able to cook on Yom Tov (Friday, April 22) for Shabbat (Saturday, April 23).


Times for Rituals – Click here to view the live stream of Shabbat Services

Thursday, April 14 – B’dikat Hametz
To download the B’dikat Hametz prayers, click here
7:10 AM: Shaharit
6:30 PM: Minhah/Ma’ariv
Search for leaven anytime after 8:18 PM
Thursday, April 21 – Sixth Day of Passover / Erev Yom Tov
7:10 AM: Shaharit
6:30 PM: Minhah/Ma’ariv
7:40 PM: Candle Lighting
Friday, April 15 – Erev Passover /
Fast of the First Born / 1st Seder
7:00 AM (Ta’anit Bekhorot): Shaharit followed by a siyyum concluding tractate Masekhet Arakhin and a light celebratory breakfast.
No eating of leaven after 11:17 AM
Biur Hametz (Burning of Leaven) by 12:22 PM
6:00 PM: Family Seder
7:30 PM: Minhah/Ma’ariv
7:36 PM: Candle Lighting
8:00 PM: Congregational Seder
Friday, April 22 – Seventh Day of Passover
9:00 AM: Festival Morning Services followed by Kiddush sponsored by the Bud Shorstein Kiddush Fund featuring Make-Your-Own-Matzah-Pizza with Rabbi Jonathan Lubliner
10:30 AM: Mini/Mighty Minyan – Pesah Style! RSVP Here
10:30 AM: Gan Shabbat: Pesah Edition RSVP Here
6:30 PM: Minhah/Ma’ariv
7:40 PM: Candle Lighting
Saturday, April 16 – First Day of Passover / 2nd Seder
9:00 AM: Festival Morning Services followed by Kiddush sponsored by the Bud Shorstein Kiddush Fund
9:45 AM: Torah, Matzah & Gaga Galorah (Middle & High School Teens – meet in Sanctuary) RSVP Here
10:30 AM: Mini/Mighty Minyan – Pesah Style! RSVP Here
10:30 AM: Gan Shabbat: Pesah Edition RSVP Here
7:00 PM: Minhah/Ma’ariv
8:32 PM: Candle Lighting
Saturday, April 23 – Eighth Day of Passover
9:00 AM: Festival Morning Services with Yizkor followed by Kiddush sponsored by the Bud Shorstein Kiddush Fund
10:30 AM: Mini/Mighty Minyan – Pesah Style! RSVP Here
10:30 AM: Gan Shabbat: Pesah Edition RSVP Here
7:00 PM: Minhah/Seudah Shlishith/Ma’ariv
8:37 PM: Havdalah/Yom Tov ends
Leaven may be purchased/eaten after 9:30 PM
Sunday, April 17 – Second Day of Passover
9:00 AM: Festival Morning Services followed by Kiddush sponsored by the Bud Shorstein Kiddush Fund
10:30 AM: Passover in the Park: Families of all ages are welcome and encouraged to attend! RSVP Here
7:30 PM: Minhah followed by a study session and Ma’ariv
8:33 PM: Yom Tov ends


Haggadot

   The Rabbinical Assembly’s Feast of Freedom

PJ Library’s Haggadah

This will definitely be a night to remember.

Design your own Haggadah or
download a themed seder at haggadot.com.

Connect the theme of being a
refugee with the HAIS Haggadah.
A Different Night is available as a free PDF.
Jewbelong’s Haggadah hits the highlights &
helping everyone to avoid being “embarrassed.”

 

 

 

Virtual Sedarim

Click here for links to virtual Passover Programming for all around the country.