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Passover

Rabbi K’vod responds to questions from our community about the meaning of “fours” in the Passover seder and some of the halachic challenges of preparing for Passover when Erev Pesach is Shabbat:

Women’s Seder Miriam’s Table with Cantor Natalie Young 

Thursday, March 18 at 5pm

Spiritual Preparation for Passover: Study Session and Burning of Chametz with Rabbi K’vod Wieder 

Friday, March 26 at 7:30am

An opportunity for some brief Torah learning and burning our chametz together.

      

Welcoming Passover Song Session with Cantor Young & Learning
with Rabbi K’vod

Saturday, March 27 at 5pm

As we enter the holiday, let’s come together for spiritual and musical nourishment.

Passover Day 1 Service

Sunday, March 28 at 9:30am

2nd Seder led by Cantor Sue Deutsch (live) with Cantor Natalie Young and Rabbi K’vod Wieder (pre-recorded)

Sunday, March 28 at 6pm 

Have your Passover dinner and seder items prepared and engage with music, teachings about spiritual freedom, and discussion online as we shelter in place.

Passover Day 2 Service with TBESOC and Ner Tamid Synagogue

Monday, March 29 at 9:30am

Zhabbat Morning and Day 7 Passover Service

Saturday, April 3 at 9:15am

 

Passover Day 8 Service with Yizkor led by Cantor Young and Rabbi K’vod

Sunday, April 4 at 9:30am

We hope you enjoy these new Passover recipes collected from members of our TBESOC Community. Chag Pesach Sameach!

Adult Ed Committee & BE Sisters

Click here for recipes. 

During our Passover holiday we tell our ancestor’s  story of liberation from slavery to freedom and the difficult journey that it took to get to the promised land. The story is meant to be told in the present - that not only each one of us are going through this kind of journey in a spiritual way, but so are others. When we are told to be a “light unto the nations,” we are invited to shine light on this journey wherever we see it in the world. At the beginning of the month, we had a very special “Refugee Shabbat” where we heard about the journey from some of our very own congregants. If you missed it, you can watch it  HERE. We appreciate our Jewish Justice Advocates group for helping put on such an important program.

We invite you use this Passover holiday as an opportunity to be of service to refugees that are struggling to make a life in this country.

TBESOC is a member of The Orange County Jewish Coalition for Refugees who is seeking volunteers to create or join a team that will partner with a newly resettled family to welcome and assist them in adjusting to life in the U.S.  If you would like to learn more how you can help, please contact Barby Schwid at bschwid@gmail.com or Carol Singer at normcarol@cox.net or Jeanne Sokols at jstokols@gmail.com.   

We know that there are many factors to consider in immigration policy, but as Jews, we want the U.S. to be a welcoming place for refugees and asylum seekers, under appropriate boundaries. Learn more about the refugee situation and ways to take action by visiting www.HIAS.org/takeaction.

Sun, April 18 2021 6 Iyyar 5781