Passover Services/Events

2018/5778 Events/Dates/Times for Passover events

March 29, Thursday Evening:

Search for Chametz

March 30, Friday Morning:

Fast of the First born
Firstborn Breakfast (follows 6:45 am services)
Burning of the Chametz (Following Firstborn Breakfast)
Sale of Chametz Deadline (10 am)

March 30, Friday Evening:

Yom Tov Services (5:30 pm)
First Seder
Candle Lighting (7:25 pm)

March 31, Saturday Morning:

Pesach 1st Day
Yom Tov Services (9:00 am)

March 31, Saturday Evening:

Yom Tov Services (5:00 pm)
SHUL Seder (5:30 pm)
Candle Lighting (8:26 pm)

April 1, Sunday Morning:

Pesach 2nd Day
Yom Tov Services (9:15 am)

April 1, Sunday Evening:

Yom Tov Services (6:00 pm)
Yom Tov Ends (8:27 pm)

April 5, Thursday Evening:

Yom Tov Services (6:00 pm)
Candle Lighting (7:31 pm)

April 6, Friday Morning:

Pesach 7th Day
Yom Tov Services (9:15 am)

April 6, Friday Evening:

Yom Tov Services (6:00 pm)
Candle Lighting (7:32 pm)

April 7, Saturday Morning:

Pesach 8th Day
Yom Tov/Yizkor Services (9:00 am)

April 7, Saturday Evening:

Yom Tov Services (6:00 pm)
Yom Tov Ends (8:33 pm)


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