Passover with Chabad

 



 

Thursday, April 18 | Search for Chametz
Search for Chametz begins 7:56 pm
Friday, April 19 | Passover Eve
Morning Service 6:45 am
Eat Chametz Until 10:20 am
Burn Chametz by 11:23 am
Pre-Seder Buffet
(reservations required)
6:30 pm
Candle Lighting 7:08 pm
Evening Service followed by
Seder at Chabad Jewish Center
7:10 pm
 
Shabbat, April 20 | Day 1
Morning Service
Kiddush Following Service
10:00 am
Evening Service
(Sefirat Haomer Begins)
8:00 pm
Light Candles after 8:11 pm
Begin 2nd Seder 8:11 pm
 
Sunday, April 21 | Day 2
Morning Service 10:00 am
First Days of Holiday End 8:12 pm
Mon.-Wed., April 22-24 | Intermediate Days
Morning Service 7:30 am
Thursday, April 25 | Erev Yom Tov (Final Days)
Morning Service 7:30 am
Candle Lighting 7:15 pm
Evening Service 7:45 pm
 
Friday, April 26 | Day 7
Morning Service 10:00 am
Candle Lighting 7:16 pm
Evening Service 7:45 pm
 
Shabbat, April 27 | Day 8
Morning Service 10:00 am
Yizkor Memorial Service 11:45 am
Mincha Service 6:00 pm
Traditional Moshiach Meal
Sponsored by David Bluestone in memory of his dear wife, Mrs. Willie Bluestone, A"H, and in honor of the
entire Jewish community on Cape Cod.
6:15 pm
Maariv & Havdallah Service
Passover
Ends
8:20 pm
 
 


Don't Miss this Special Evening of Optimism and Hope!


The custom of Moshiach Seudah began with the Baal Shem Tov, the founder of the Chasidic movement. He explained that as the first days of Pesach deal with the redemption from Egypt, the last days of the holiday focus on the ultimate redemption through Moshiach. He would make a festive meal at the close of the holiday, dedicated to the coming of Moshiach. Since then Jews throughout the world come together on the last day of Pesach to celebrate this special custom.