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“The exodus from Egypt occurs in every human being, in every era, in every year, and in every day.” - Rabbi Nachman of Breslov

Second Seder

This year, our rabbis will host Second Seder in their respective homes, giving all of us two different choices for how to experience the story of Passover.

Sound Waves: A Musical Seder at Rabbi Jacobs’s Home Experience how music can help us to tell the story of Passover, through traditional and contemporary song. Suitable for all ages.

Soul Waves: A Meditative Seder at R’ Adam’s Home Through various meditations, explore the mystical and spiritual dimensions of the ritual of the Seder. Recommended age 12 & older.

Cost: $75 for each adult and $45 for each child. Register by clicking hereThe deadline is March 25.

Spaces Are Limited: Each Seder will be limited to 20 guests. Registration is required, and first come, first served. If a Seder is oversubscribed, we will reimburse the cost of registration for anyone who exceeds 20 guests. Only One Seder: Guests may only register for one seder.

Counting the Omer

“You shall count from the eve of the second day of Pesach, when an omer of grain is to be brought as an offering, seven complete weeks. The day after the seventh week of your counting will make fifty days, and you shall present a new meal offering to God." Leviticus 23:15-16

The Omer is a link between Passover and Shavuot, from the time when we were liberated to the time when we became an autonomous community. Counting up to Shavuot reminds us of how we grew from having a slave mentality to having a freer, self-determining outlook.

Counting the Omer begins on the second night of Passover, when it is part of the Second Seder.

After the first day of the Omer we will count the Omer as part of Ma’ariv services.


“May God Remember."

Yizkor means “may [God] remember,” from the Hebrew root zachor.

The eighth day of Passover is one of the four days throughout the year on which the Yitzkor service is recited at our synagogue.

During the Yizkor service, mourners will silently recall their deceased, the congregation will pray for all Jewish martyrs, and the lights on all the memorial tablets will be turned on.

Special Services and Service Times

On April 5, our morning service will include Morid Hatal, the prayer for dew. We will not have an evening service on April 5 because of First Seder, which begins at sundown

On April 6, our morning service will begin at 9:30 a.m. There will not be an evening service.

On April 7, our morning service will begin at 9:30 a.m. We will begin to include the counting of the Omer at our Friday night Shabbat service, which will begin at 7 p.m. 

On April 13, our morning service beginning at 9:30 a.m. will include a Yizkor Service.

Please note that some services are only being held virtually. To attend services remotely, click here or cut and paste the following into your browser:

Thu, September 21 2023 6 Tishrei 5784