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Passover Resources

Sale of Hametz – follow this link

Blessing for searching for (b’dikat) hametz and burning (biur) hametz can be accessed by selecting this link.

When a festival immediately precedes Shabbat, special arrangements are made to allow cooking for the Sabbath on the holiday. Click here for more information about Eruv Tavshilin.
  • April 7: Search for Hametz (B’dikat Hametz) after 8:15 PM
  • April 8: Latest Time for Eating Hametz is 11:21 AM
  • April 8: Latest Time for Burning Hametz (Biur Hametz) is 12:24 PM
  • April 8: Candle Lighting Erev Pesah is 7:32 PM
  • April 9: Candle Lighting on Day 1 of Passover is 8:27 PM
  • April 10: Shabbat Candle Lighting is at 7:33 PM
  • April 11: Havdallah is at 8:29 PM
  • April 14: Candle Lighting for Day 7 of Passover is 7:37 PM
  • April 15: Candle Lighting for Day 8 of Passover is 8:31 PM
  • April 16: Pesah Ends at 8:32 PM
  • April 16: Hametz may be eaten after 9:30 PM
 
Rabbinical Assembly Passover Guidelines: Please note, the link which follows offers SPECIAL GUIDANCE for Passover preparations in light of supermarket shortages and the difficulty of locating certain Kosher-for-Passover items due to the Coronavirus: Kashrut Subcommittee Recommendations for Passover 5780 in Light of COVID-19. It should be used in conjunction with the Rabbinical Assembly’s regular Pesah Guide, which is available in a downloadable PDF by clicking here.