Chag Pesach Sameach - Happy Passover!
April 8-15, 2020
This year, the Passover holiday will be different for all of us but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate. We have resources to help you learn about the holiday rituals, host a virtual Seder, plan new traditions, cook delicious foods, and engage your family in fun activities.
Hosting a Passover Seder in the Year of Coronavirus
While we pray that the coronavirus pandemic will pass over quickly, that turnaround is unlikely to happen by Passover. With the holiday less than two weeks away, now is the time to make creative plans for our Seders.
Rabbi Greenberg will be leading a Virtual 2nd Night Seder with Kenny Green on April 9th - see details below.
Virtual Community Seder
Thursday, April 9th
We hope you will join us virtually for a 2nd Passover Night Seder on Thursday evening, April 9th @ 6pm. The Seder will be unique and surely memorable. All ages are welcome. Rabbi David Greenberg (with music by Kenny Green)
Rabbi Jason's Virtual Coffee Event
Tuesday, April 7th
As we prepare ourselves for a Seder like no one that we’ve experienced, join Rabbi Jason Nevarez for spirited discussion as we share in ideas that can help each of us spiritually prepare for this zman heruteinu, season of our freedom.
View and Download Rabbi Greenberg's Haggadah and other options
Virtual Matza Making Workshop
Sunday, April 5th
11am via Zoom
Join TST for a virtual Matzah Making workshop. Learn how to make your own matzah just in time for Pessah
For Young Children
Expand Your Horizons —Customize Your Seder
In this time of intense need, Temple Shaaray Tefila of Westchester is here for you.
If ever there was a time to send out hope, it’s at Passover — a holiday that celebrates deliverance from fear and peril to security and providence. Please reach out to the social action committee if you need help during this crisis or if you wish to help. The Social Action Committee of Temple Shaaray Tefila of Westchester has multiple upcoming opportunities to help our community and the Westchester community at large. Email Richard Leroy for more information.While the question “Why is this night different from all other nights?” may ring especially true this year, one thing remains constant: we are here for you.