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See below for information about
Selling Your Chametz, Ordering Matzah and Passover Services
Sell Your Chametz
Chametz is "leaven" – any food that's made of grain and water that
have been allowed to ferment and "rise."
Bread, cereal, cake, cookies, pizza, pasta, and beer are obvious examples of chametz;
but any food that contains grain or grain derivatives can be, and often is, chametz.
Since it is prohibited to possess chametz on Passover,
any chametz left undisposed must be sold to a non-Jew.
All such chametz, as well as all chametz utensils
that were not thoroughly cleaned, should be stored away.
The storage area should be locked or taped shut for the duration of the holiday.
Since there are many legal intricacies involved in this sale, a rabbi acts as our agent
both to sell the chametz to the non-Jew on the morning before Passover
(this year it will be Friday, March 26)
and also to buy it back the evening after Passover ends.
CLICK HERE FOR THE FORM TO AUTHORIZE
RABBI BEREL SASONKIN TO SELL YOUR CHAMETZ.
Schedule of Passover Services
Mornings at 9:00 am ♦ Evenings TBA
First day of Passover: Sunday, March 28
Second day of Passover: Monday, March 29
Seventh day of Passover (Shabbat): Saturday, April 3
Eighth day of Passover (with Yizkor service): Sunday, April 4
For more information about synagogue services, click here.
The last day of Passover is associated with the future redemption.
The Haftarah (reading from the Prophets) for the eighth day of Passover describes
the promised future era of universal peace and divine perfection.
Join us on the last day of Passover for Moshiach Seudah,
a light festive meal with matzah and four cups of wine.
Sunday, April 4 at 6:00 pm
For more information about Passover, click here.