Schedule of Services
PLEASE NOTE:
Due to the current health crisis, we are not holding any services in the Synagogue. Nevertheless, in case the situation changes AND because many of these times are important to know regardless so that you can keep Pesach at home, we are posting them here. 

Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Formal search for Chametz after nightfall 8:30pm

Wednesday, April 8, 2020    
Shacharit 7:00 am 
Siyum to exempt First Born from fasting 7:30 am 
Finish Eating Chametz 
before 11:19 am 
Burn Chametz at Chabad 11:45am 
Burn CHametz before 12:24 pm 
1st Seder Night 
Light Candles at 7:35 pm 
Say Blessings 2 & 3  
Mincha/Dvar Torah/Maariv: 7:40 pm 
First Seder 8:30pm

Thursday, April 9    
1st Day of Passover 
Shacharit: 10:00 am 
Mincha/Dvar Torah/Maariv: 7:40 pm 
2nd Seder Night 
Light Candles* at 8:31 pm 
Say Blessings 2 & 3 
Second Seder starts after 8:39 pm 

Friday, April 10    
2nd Day of Passover 
Shacharit: 10:00 am 
Mincha/Dvar Torah/Kabbalat Shabbat: 7:40 pm 
Light shabbat candles at 7:36 pm 
Say Blessing 1

Shabbat, April 11
 Chol Hamoed Passover 
Shacharit: 10:00 am ~ Mincha/Dvar Torah/Maariv 7:30 pm


Sunday, April 12
      
Chol Hamoed Passover
Shacharit: 8:00 am  
Mincha/Maariv: 7:40 pm  

Monday, April 13    
Chol Hamoed Passover
Shacharit: 6:45 am  
Mincha/Maariv: 7:40 pm


Tuesday, April 14    
Shacharit: 6:45 am  
Yomtov eve of 7th day  
Mincha/Maariv: 7:40 pm
Light Candles at 7:39pm  
Say Blessing 2  


Wednesday, April 15   
Seventh Day of Passover 
Shacharit: 10:00 am 
Mincha/Dvar Torah/Maariv: 7:40pm *Light Candles at 8:36 pm 
Say Blessing 2    

Thursday, April 16   
Final Day of Passover 
Shacharit: 10:00 am 
Yizkor Memorial Service: 11:30 am 
Mincha followed by Moshiach's Meal: 7:00 pm 
Pesach Ends:
8:37 pm

* Light only from a pre-existing flame.

CANDLE LIGHTING BLESSINGS: 
[1] Baruch Atah Ado-noi Elo-hei-nu Melech Ha-olam Asher Ki-de-sha-nu Be-mitz-vo-sav Ve-tzi-vanu Le-had-lik Ner Shel Shabbos kodesh.

[2] Baruch Atah Ado-noi Elo-hei-nu Melech Ha-olam Asher Ki-de-sha-nu Be-mitz-vo-sav Ve-tzi-vanu Le-had-lik Ner shel Yom tov. 

[3] Baruch Atah Ado-noi Elo-hei-nu Melech Ha-olam She-heh-che-yah-nu Ve-kiye-ma-nu Ve-he-ge-ah-nu Liz-man Ha-zeh.



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