Passover 5778 begins on Friday evening, March 30, 2018. Yom Tov Services will be held on March 31 and April 1 as well as during the seventh and eight days of the festival, April 6 and 7. Yizkor Service will be recited on Shabbat morning, April 7.
Click here for this year’s Passover Guide: 2018 Pesach 5778 booklet
The attached booklet provides information regarding the laws and practices of Passover, including Bedikat Chametz (Searching for Leaven), Biur Chametz (Burning of the Chametz), Passover preparation guide (kashering of kitchen appliances and utensils, permitted and prohibited foods, etc.), as well as all Service times for Passover at Shearith Israel.
Mechirat Chametz (Selling Chametz)
To sell your chametz, please complete the following form and return it to the Synagogue office (or scan and email it to email@example.com) no later than Wednesday, March 28, 2018, at 12pm: Chametz Sale Form 5778
Shearith Seder Connection
This year, Shearith Seder Connection is back! Experience the seder with your fellow Shearith Israelites, either by hosting fellow members or a family at your seder or being a guest for a seder in a Shearith family’s home.
Please fill out the appropriate form by March 16 and we will work to make your Seder Connection matches by March 23. Students of Emory University, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, and local area schools are welcome to participate and sign-up to be guests in a Shearith Israel family’s home!
Have a wonderful and meaningful Passover!