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Schedule of Services for Pesach

Schedule of Services for Pesach

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Unless otherwise stated, all services will take place at the Kaiserman JCC

Friday, April 22 - Pesach Eve
Finish Eating Chametz before 10:42 am
Sell and Burn Chametz before 11:51 pm
Candle Lighting 7:29 pm
Mincha and Evening Services 7:30 pm

Public Seder at the Kaiserman JCC 8:15 pm

Shabbat, April 23 - 1st day of Pesach
Morning Services 10:00 am
Mincha followed Evening Services 7:30 pm at the home of Rabbi Zalman and Miriam Gerber 1360 W. Indian Creek Drive, Wynnewood.
Candle Lighting AFTER 8:31 pm

Sunday, April 24 - 2nd day of Pesach
Morning Services 10:00 am
Mincha 7:30 pm. at the home of Rabbi Zalman and Miriam Gerber 1360 W. Indian Creek Drive, Wynnewood.
Evening Services and Holiday Ends 8:32 pm

Thursday, April 28
Mincha followed by Evening Services 7:35 pm at the home of Rabbi Zalman and Miriam Gerber 1360 W. Indian Creek Drive, Wynnewood.
Light Candles 7:35 pm

Friday, April 29 – Shvii Shel Pesach
Morning Services 10:00 am
Mincha followed by Evening Services 7:35 pm at the home of Rabbi Zalman and Miriam Gerber 1360 W. Indian Creek Drive, Wynnewood.
Candle Lighting 7:36 pm

Shabbat, April 30 – Acharon Shel Pesach
Morning Services 10:00 am
Yizkor 11:30 AM
Mincha followed by “*Moshiach’s Meal” 6:30 pm - at the home of Rabbi Zalman and Miriam Gerber 1360 W. Indian Creek Drive, Wynnewood.
Evening Services and Holiday Ends 8:39 pm

*Moshiach's Meal
The last day of Passover ("Acharon Shel Pesach") is particularly associated with Moshiach and the future redemption. The Haftarah (reading from the Prophets) for this day describes the promised future era of universal peace and divine perfection. Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov instituted the custom of partaking of a "Moshiach's meal" on the afternoon of the last day of Passover; in addition to the matzah eaten at "Moshiach's meal", the Rebbes of Chabad added the custom of drinking four cups of wine, as in the seder held on Passover's first days.

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