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Schedule of Passover Services

Tuesday, April 14, Eve of 7th Day of Passover:
Zoom Services at 6:45pm: https://zoom.us/j/702975155

Wednesday, April 15 - 7th day of Passover:
Livestream services at 10:00am led by Rabbi Kligfeld
Evening Minyan at 7:15pm led by Cantor Chorny

Thursday, April 16 - 8th day of Passover:
Livestream services at 10:00am led by Cantor Chorny (Including Yizkor at approx 11:30am - see box below for details!) and Evening Minyan at 7:30pm led by Rabbi Kligfeld

Friday, April 17:
Zoom into Shabbat at 5:15pm: https://zoom.us/j/365091527
and Minha/Kabbalat Shabbat services at 6:15pm: https://zoom.us/j/702975155

Saturday, April 18:
10:00am Livestream Shabbat Morning Services k’Beiteinu led by Rabbi Schatz
Click here or print here for Shaharit lineup, siddur PDF and Torah reading
7:30pm Minha/Ma’ariv/Havdallah & learning “When Darkness Turns Into Our Light”
with Rabbi Schatz
8:30pm Zoom into Havdallah: https://zoom.us/j/274428426

Services will be LiveStreamed
CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Virtual Seder

SECOND NIGHT SEDER
Thursday, April 9 at 6:30PM with Rabbi Adam Kligfeld & Family

REGISTER HERE FOR THE SEDER

Sign up here to participate! (optional)

Kashering

Kashering will not take place in the TBA kitchen this year, as our campus is currently closed (see tbala.org/coronavirus for details).
CLICK HERE for your Passover kashering resources.

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Passover Resources

Putting Together a Seder for the First Time? Needing Content for a Family Seder? Want to enhance your “Regular” Seder since this year is anything but regular? Inside, you will find recipes, Haggadot, videos, songs, activities,
lists of tchatchkies to buy, and more!

Yizkor

YIZKOR AT HOME: A Guide to Observance

While our community cannot be together in our building for Yizkor services this year, we've gathered the following resources to support you as we arrive at Yizkor this Pesah. We will miss being with you in the emotionally vulnerable moments of recalling loved ones lost, wishing we could pass you a tissue or place a hand on a shoulder. May we all find comfort in tuning in to our live-streamed opportunities and our quiet spaces. Yehi zichram barukh - may the memories of all those you remember this year be for a blessing.

Preparations
It is customary to light a flame for Yizkor by transferring a flame to light a yahrzheit candle on the eve of the last night of Pesach. If you were unable to acquire enough yahrzheit candles this year due to limited supplies and movement, you might lean into the understanding that this is custom but not law. You might consider gathering memorabilia and/or pictures of those you are remembering.

Book of Remembrance - Yizkor Booklet
Click here to access and pre-print, if you choose to, a copy of our TBA Yizkor booklet. You might do this whether or not you plan to tune into Yizkor, as this booklet can be used for personal observances of Yizkor and/or for following along with our communal services.

Yizkor Sermon
Click here to read and/or pre-pre-print Rabbi Chorny's Yizkor sermon, which she will deliver on Thursday, April 16 at the start of the Yizkor service (see below for timing).

El Male Rachamim
Cantor Chorny created video recordings of the El Male Rahamim (Memorial Prayer) recited during Yizkor on behalf of all those remembered in the community as well as all victims of the Shoah:



Tune In
Thursday, April 16, services for Pesah Day 8 will begin at 10:00 AM led by Rabbi Cantor Hillary Chorny. Yizkor will begin at approximately 11:30 AM.