1st Night and 2nd Night Pesach Seders


Led by Rabbi Pam Frydman and friends

Join by Conference call

Phone 1-669-900-6833.
Meeting ID: 981-914-356#
At the end, press # (the pound sign)

Or join by Zoom!

Zoom Room 981-914-356
Or click on this link: https://zoom.us/s/981914356

 

Click here for the schedule of Pesach worship 

 

1st Night – Wednesday April 8th

7:30 PM – Candle Lighting, Kiddush, Rituals and Story

8:00 PM – Matzo, Bitter Herbs, Dinner

8:30 PM – Singing, Discussion and Concluding the Seder Together

We will use this B’nai Brith Haggadah and this Haggadah Supplement

Feel free to download and print for your own use.

 

2nd Night – Thursday April 9th

6:00 PM – Candle Lighting, Kiddush, Rituals and Story

6:30 PM – Matzo, Bitter Herbs, Dinner

7:00 PM – Singing, Discussion and Concluding the Seder Together

Family Friendly – All are Welcome

We will use this B’nai Brith Haggadah and this Haggadah Supplement

Feel free to download and print for your own use.

 

What to prepare at home:

• Grape juice or wine

• One sheet of matzo per person

• Cup or bowl of salt water (one cup water with a little salt or a teaspoon of salt)

• One piece per person of parsley, celery or any veggie you can dip in salt water

• Two bites per person of horseradish, romaine lettuce, fresh ginger, other radish or any veggie that is bitter)

• Haroset – Click here for Twelve Recipes

• Dinner

• Drinking Water

• 2 Cups of Water, Empty Bowl and Towel for Hand Washing

• Extra quarter sheet of matzo – plus napkin or baggie – per child for the afikoman

• Extra quarter sheet of matzo (plus napkin or baggie) for the afikoman if you don’t have children in your home

• Fruit or Passover goodie for Dessert – Optional

• Two candles plus matches or lighter – Optional, because Rabbi Pam will have them

• Seder Plate – Optional because Rabbi Pam will have one