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It is not too late to register for the last days of passover !
Holiday Dinner - Thursday, April 9th - 8:00PM
Holiday Lunch - Friday, April 10th - 1:00PM
Shabbat Dinner - Friday, April 10th - 8:00PM
Shabbat Lunch - Saturday, April 11th - 1:00PM
Moshiach's Meal - Saturday, April 11th 6:30PM---Free
Services and Meals Hours
JOIN US FOR SERVICES AND MEALS CELEBRATING THE SPLITTING OF THE SEA AND ESPECIALLY FOR THE ONCE-A-YEAR MOSHIACH'S FEAST!
I am sure a lot of you are itching to get back to pizza, bagels, and othe non-passover foods.
The rest of you have probably heard enough about Passover to last you an entire year.
The truth is - This holiday is a gift from G-D.
For More Information about the Last 2 Days of Passover and the Feast of Moshiach, click here.
Come join us for holiday meals on the 7th night and 8th night and days of Passoveras well as the seudas Moshiach (feast of Moshiach- see below) - complete with Matza and 4 cups of wine - on Saturday afternoon.
Includes delicious home cooked kosher for passover cuisine and great company!
Nissan 20, Eve of 7th Day of Passover commemorating the splitting of the Red Sea.
Candle lighting: 7:22PM
Joyous Holiday Services: 7:30PM
Nissan 21, 7th Day of Passover
Morning Holiday Services: 10:00 AM
Holiday lunch: 1:00PM - 2:30PM
Eve of 8th Day of Passover
Candle lighting: 7:23 PM
Holiday Services: 7:00
Gourmet Holiday Dinner: 8:00PM
Nissan 22, 8th Day of Passover
Morning Holiday Services: 10:30AM
Yizkor Memorial Services: 12:00AM
Festive Holiday lunch: 1:00PM - 2:30PM
Seudas Moshiach: 6: 0 0 PM
Farewell to Passover
Learn About The Kabbala of Moshiach
Followed by Havdalah Service
It takes some time to repurchase the chametz that was sold for Passover. Hold out Until 9:00PM before eating any chametz.
We will be making one last celebration of the beauty that is passover (and passover food). There is a relatively modern (300 year old) kabalistic tradition to host a "goodbye party" for passover, right before it ends. Why is this festival is different from all other festivals? On all other festivals we celebrate something that has already happened. This festival is to celebrate something about to happen - The coming of Moshiach, the ultimate redemption, the perfection of the universe and peace on earth. There is matzah and wine like the seders, but there is no Haggadah (so you get to the eating right away) plus there are all kinds of matzah based foods and special dips for the matzah. It's an experience you don't want to miss.
This Week Parshah
For more information about this week parshah please use the link below.
Mendy Adventures in Hebron
Our Son Mendy is in Hebron working with the Soldiers. Here is a Picture.
Menorah lighting in Abu Sneneh.
The top of the arab controlled hill of Hebron. If you look at the botton right of the photo, you will see the Mearat Hamachpaila-Cave of The Patriachs in real small. As we are way up the hill. Over there, there is a small base with few soldiers keeping watch. The Menorah that is lit there can be seen from all over Hebron and more.
For More Pictures go to Mendy's Facebook Profile