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The three main festivals in Jewish tradition are Passover, Shavuot, and Sukkot. Our community celebrations for these holidays vary from year, although some aspects are consistent: every holiday includes joyful connections and traditions. 

Passover 5782/2022April 15 - 22, 2022 (sundown to sundown)through April 23 for those who observe 8-days

In 2021 we pre-recorded a seder using the CCAR haggadah Mishkan HaSeder. Whether you use the kindle book, follow along page-by-page or fast forward and only use certain sections, we hope this recording will help you connect with the Temple for your home seder. 

Festival Services

On the first day of Passover we offer a festival morning service in-person and via Zoom. We enjoy an informal and friendly environment, combining song, prayer, conversation, and care for our community:

Saturday, April 16, 2022, 10:00 am - First day festival and Shabbat morning service

On the last (seventh) day of Passover we will celebrate the conclusion of the festival when we welcome Shabbat together:

Friday, April 22, 7:00 pm in-person or via the Temple Livestream


At-Home Seder Steps

As we celebrate Passover in new ways at home, the following recordings are meant to add fun, interest, and conversation to your seder table. Thank you to our Ritual & Worship Committee members who have helped to compile and share these engaging resources.

Check back closer to Passover for options!

Tue, May 24 2022 23 Iyyar 5782