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Passover Events and Resources

Sunday, April 14 at 9:15 am
Incorporating Oct 7th Into Your Passover Seder
with Rabbi Jaffe

This year's passover Seder, replete with messages of freedom from bondage and triumph over evil will no doubt be affected by the long shadow cast by the continued ramifications of October 7th.  How do we celebrate freedom while members of the Jewish family remain held captive?  How do we thank God for salvation in light of continued anguish?  

Join Rabbi Jaffe for a morning of discussion, study and interpretation.  Together, we will create art pieces for our seder tables, that speak to the current situation and our prayers for enduring peace.  As we wrestle for meaning in the Jewish celebration of redemption, join us in sharing our collective wisdom on making this year's Passover Seder a meaningful and thoughtful ritual practice.

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A Hike to Get Us Ready for our Passover Journey!

Friday, April 26 at 7:15 pm
Shabbat Service Featuring Norma Klein of ReSET Westchester and Adopted Ukrainian Kateryna Ivanov

For Shabbat Chol HaMoed Pesach (the shabbat that falls during the week of Passover), we will be participating in Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society’s Refugee Shabbat.  Please join us as Beth El congregant Norma Klein speaks about the work of Reset Westchester, which is actively supporting refugees to settle in our area.  We will then welcome Kateryna Ivanov, to speak about her experiences settling in Westchester after fleeing violence in Ukraine, along with her husband and three children.

Past Sisterhood Event!

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Wed, July 17 2024 11 Tammuz 5784