Passover at Stephen Wise
Passover starts at sundown on Saturday, March 27, and concludes the evening of Saturday, April 3. We may have to celebrate it a little differently this year, but we want to make sure you get the most out of this holiday — so we’re offering programs and resources for each day of Passover.
We can’t wait to celebrate with you!
Last year, our clergy have prepared a series of video guides to the Passover Seder and some supplemental resources to help you prepare — or for you to watch and follow along as you celebrate the holiday.
Watch Rabbis Ammiel Hirsch and Samantha Natov and Cantor Daniel Singer celebrate Passover together on the bimah. Take a look ahead of time or play these videos during your Seder!
Our Rabbi Ammiel Hirsch contributed to this photographically illustrated Haggadah. Take a look here.
PJ Library has some great Passover resources for families with young children. Check them out here!
The Gateways Haggadah was created especially for families with children with special needs. Check it out here!
From the second day of Passover, we count the days until Shavuot in anticipation of and spiritual preparation for receiving the Torah — called “Sefirat HaOmer” or “Counting the Omer.”
Starting this Passover, join Rabbi Shira Gluck on Wednesdays as she kicks off her new weekly streaming series of short teachings from Pirkei Avot with a focus on the history and practice of counting the omer.
For some more background about this practice, check out MyJewishLearning — and you can find the daily prayers here.
Virtual Second-Night Community Seder
SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 6:00–9:00 p.m.
Join Cantor Dan Singer and Rabbi Sam Natov on Zoom for a second-night community Passover Seder designed for the whole congregation (and your loved ones)!