Passover

Passover – First Seder

Because the first day of Pesach is on Shabbat again this year, Or Chadash will not be holding service on Friday, April 22. The yahrzeits that would ordinarily be read on 4/22 will be read the prior Friday.

While we hope many of you will be joining us for the Or Chadash Community Seder (See below) we know there are many members who would like to attend a Seder on the first night of Passover, but do not have a place to go.   We are offering to match people up with other members who have space at their home Seders. If you would like to attend a Seder please send a message to office@orchadash.org by Tuesday, April 19. Let us know of any kashrut concerns, special dietary needs or allergies. We will do our best to match up every request.   (Members only please)

Pesach Second Seder

5:30 pm, Saturday, April 23

On the second night of Passover, Rabbi Cindy Enger

will lead the Seder, along with Cantorial Soloist Judith

Golden. We will hold the Seder at the East Bank Club located at 500 N. Kingsbury. Options will be chicken or a new updated vegetarian menu. The cost for members and their guests will be $60, for nonmembers the cost will be $70. Parking at the East Bank Club is $4. The deadline for receipt of reservations is Monday, April 18. To register go to http://tinyurl.com/OrChadashSeder

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For the last few years, Rabbi Phyllis Sommer has embarked on a social media project to prepare for the High Holy Days through reflection and introspection in the month of Elul. Her project, #BlogElul, has resonated with Jews across the world, and has given rise to a lot of Elul content in social media–and now it’s time for Or Chadash to join the movement! During the month of Elul, as we prepare to receive the year 5776, members of the Or Chadash community will create posts centered around the themes provided by Rabbi Sommer. This blog will collect these posts and allow us to engage in meaningful conversations via comments and perhaps even your own responses on your social media. We encourage you to participate in the worldwide conversation in order to enrich your Elul experience.

We will collect those posts in a the blog which will allow us to engage in meaningful conversations via comments and perhaps even your own responses on your social media. We encourage you to participate in the worldwide conversation in order to enrich your Elul experience. If you're interested, please email  office@orchadash.org
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