Passover is a time of renewal and rejoicing with family and friends What better place to celebrate than our Makom? Join the TBE community in celebration, song and learning as we gather and deepen the connections we have in our kehilah kedoshah (holy community) at TBE.
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An Evening with Abby Pogrebin and an Adult Learning Shabbat Dinner
Friday, April 7 following services
18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew - Abigail Pogrebin, author of My Jewish Year, joins our community to share her story of one year immersed in sacred Jewish time.
We have a unique opportunity to welcome talented author, and accomplished producer, Abby Pogrebin, who will engage us to open our hearts and minds to the possibility to living fully in Jewish time. As we move into the holiday of Passover, Abby will provide us with a window into the rhythm of the Jewish time as she shares her journey exploring a year of Jewish holidays. I hope you will join us for what promises to be a very special evening.
Just for TBE 6th and 7th Graders! Celebrate Shabbat and Passover with your BM3T friends...and a whole lot of chocolate!
Join the TBE community in celebration and song as we gather and deepen the connections we have in our kehilah kedoshah (holy community) at Temple Beth Elohim.
To make it your seder, we are asking you to bring your own family seder plate filled with all the traditional items, your own favorite wine cup if you wish and your own wine to share.
The cost of the seder is $60.00 for adults; $25.00 for children ages 6-12, $15.00 for children ages 3-5 and free for children under 3. Friends and family who are not members of TBE are more than welcome to join us. You may reserve tables that seat 8-12 people. All reservations must be received no later than Monday, April 3, 2017.
Please contact Susan Karon with any questions or concerns.
Join Rabbi Josh Franklin and Stephanie Whitehorn for a innovative and musical Passover Experience. Discover the Passover narrative through Rabbi Josh's multimedia Haggadah. Come for the food, friends, and community, and find a Passover Experience for the 21st Century.
Bring a wine or a Kosher for Passover Dessert!
Space is limited to 12
We're sorry, but the Ayekah seder is full.
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Tuesday, April 11, 9:30 am - Passover Festival Morning Service
Tuesday, April 18*, 6:00 pm - Passover Service and Yizkor (Yizkor means… [“may (God) remember,”]. It is the memorial service, recited four times a year in the synagogue–after the Torah reading on Yom Kippur day, Shemini Atzeret, the eighth day of Passover and the second day of Shavuot.)
*Please note the updated date for Passover Service and Yizkor. This service was orginally scheduled for Monday, April 17 but has been moved to Tuesday, April 18.
Kids 5-12: $10.00
under 5 free
We ask that participants bring their favorite salad topping and TBE will provide the lettuces, pizza, drinks and a sundae bar for dessert.
- Resouce Guide
- Food donations are always welcome! Next time you're here, bring any unopened, non-perishable food. We will donate to local food pantries.
The eight-day festival of Passover is celebrated in the early spring, from the 15th through the 22nd of the Hebrew month of Nisan. It commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt and their freedom as a nation.