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Celebrate Passover With Us!

Passover is around the corner! Just like the 4 questions, make sure to mark your calendars with these 4 ways you can celebrate Passover with us. 




What is Passover without a seder? During our 5782 Year of (Re)connection Survey, many of you responded that you would be interested in getting together in small groups with other members of Temple Beth Torah. So, this year, we are hosting a Seder Matching program for first or second night seders in the place of a congregational seder. Please let us know by Wednesday, 4/6 if you would like to host or be hosted. 

HOSTS: Whether you have a lot of experience hosting or you want to take a crack at it for the first time, we would love to have you join the ranks of “Host”! Rabbi Zoe will be happy to work with you on materials or you can use your own. 


If you are interested in hosting friends and community members from Temple Beth Torah at your seder this year, click here.

BEING HOSTED: Being hosted for holiday dinners is one of the great joys of Jewish life that we’ve mostly missed out on these past few years. 


If you are interested in being hosted by friends and community members from Temple Beth Torah for this year’s seder, click here.



Saturday, 4/16 at 7:00pm

This year, since the first nights of Passover fall on Shabbat, we get to enjoy one of Rabbi Zoe’s favorite, music-filled rituals - Havdallah. We will come together as one community Saturday evening for Havdallah, singing, and noshing on Passover desserts. Donations of the heart accepted at the door (or online to the general fund afterwards) for those partaking in the Passover desserts. 


Please click here to RSVP by Thursday, 4/14




Friday, 4/22 at 7:30pm

The end of Passover is nearing, but don’t add your tears to the saltwater dish just yet! The Passover music and fun continues for At The Red Sea: Passover Shabbat! Join Rabbi Zoe as we enjoy some of the last moments of Passover together. 



Saturday, 4/23 at 10:30am 

In addition to saying the Mourner’s Kaddish on a loved one’s Yahrzeit, Jewish tradition provides opportunities four times a year to say Kaddish in their memory: Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Passover, and Shavuot. Please join us on Zoom for our Passover Yizkor if you are remembering a loved one. The Zoom Link will be available soon.


Looking to get in the Passover Spirit Sooner? 

“With Timbrels in Hand" - WTBT invites the women of our community (and guests) to join Rabbi Zoe and Cheryl Cohen for a multi-access pre-Passover Rosh Chodesh "Sing, Study and Schmooze" on Thursday, 4/7 at 7:00pm. Rabbi Zoe will lead us in singing tunes from our Daughter’s of Miriam Haggadah that we have used during our Women’s Seders. Together, we will set an intention for Passover while welcoming the month of Nisan. Please click here to register.