Preparing for Passover, March Events

As our Purim revels fade into the past, it’s time to start imagining Passover! Join Rabbi Rachel Isaacs and Rabbinical Student Fellow Madeline Cooper to learn and discuss tips and tricks for running your own Zoom-based seders this year. You will leave with materials and strategies to lead your own seder with your families, friends, and communities. This program is geared toward those who are newer to leading seders (or newer to leading on Zoom), but all are welcome! Please register to join us on Sunday.

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The Jewish Youth Connection teen program is beginning the year with an evening focused on searching. First we’ll learn about bedikat hametz—the search for leavened items that takes place right before Passover. After that, we’ll sharpen our searching skills with a crazy scavenger hunt! This is a great chance to connect with friends from across the state. Click the link below to sign up!

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Facing the prospect of a second year of seders in relative isolation, we could all use some delectable treats—and ways to make the holiday special and meaningful. Daniel Heinrich, a former chef who is currently a student at Brandeis University’s Hornstein Program for Jewish Professional Leadership, returns to the kitchen to lead us in making delicious, kosher-for-Passover desserts to brighten the Pesach table. No experience necessary!
Please register to receive the Zoom details. After you sign up, you’ll receive a confirmation email with the link for the class, and an ingredient list. See you in the kitchen!

Click Here to Register for Passover Pâtisserie