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First Night Seder | Passover Service Schedule | Annual Passover BBQ

Pre-Passover Preparation
PJ Library Passover Experience | Youth Group Chocolate Seder & Miriam's Cup
Passover Spring Training: Family Model Seder Live! & Kosher for Passover 101 

Sell Your Chametz Online & Make a Maot Chittim (Wheat Money) Donation

First Night Passover Seder 

Friday, April 19, 2019
Service at 6:00 pm - Seder at 6:30 pm

Spring into freedom at an interactive, family friendly, kosher, and traditional Seder.  Recline in comfort & bring a pillow from home while enjoying traditional Seder foods from Jo-El's. 
Adults $60, Children 6-12 $18, Children 0 - 5 Free. 

RSVP by Friday, April 12 at CBIStPete.org/Seder2019

Pre-Passover Preparation

Sisterhood Sipping & Singing Chocolate Seder: Wednesday, April 3 at 7:00 pm
Why is this Passover different from all other Passovers?
All ladies are invited to participate in a grown-up take on a Chocolate Seder exploring traditional and not-so-traditional symbols of Passover with songs and liquid refreshments. RSVP deadline March 29, 2019. RSVP by clicking here.
Sisterhood Members: Free with donation to GCJFCS for Operation Afikomen, Guests: $5 (with above donation.)

PJ Library Passover Experience: Wednesday, April 7 at 9:45 am
Learn music & ideas to add to your family's Passover Seder. 
Resources provided - and snack. Event is free, open to the community, and suitable for ages 0-8 with a caregiver.

Shalom Club & Kadima (grades 2-5, 6-8): Wednesday, April 7 at 12:00 noon
Participate in a Chocolate Seder & paint Miriam's Cup

Passover Spring Training: Sunday, April 14 - RSVP by clicking here.
9:45 am: Family Model Seder Live!
Why is this model Seder different from all others? Now the whole family is free to join us to experience a hands-on interactive Exodus covering the bases from slavery to freedom. Event is open to everyone from babies to Bubbies.

10:30 am: Kosher for Passover 101 
Learn the ins and outs of Jewish dietary laws during Passover with Rabbi Philip Weintraub.

Passover Services & Events Schedule

Thursday, April 18 Evening Search for Chametz after Dark (Bedikat Chametz)
Friday, April 19 7:45 am Siyum b'Chorim Service followed by breakfast

                

Yom Tov:

Friday, April 19                6:00 pm Mincha, Maariv, Congregation First Seder at CBI
Saturday, April 20                   9:00 am Yom Tov Services, 1st Day of Passover - includes Tal, the prayer for dew in the Musaf Service.
  12:00 pm           Mincha
  Evening Second Seder at home after dark
Sunday, April 21 9:00 am Yom Tov Services, 2nd Day of Passover
  12:00 pm Mincha

 

 

 

 

 

Chol haMoed:

Monday, April 22 7:45 am Chol haMoed Morning Minyan
  6:30 pm Chol haMoed Mincha
Tuesday, April 23 7:45 am Chol haMoed Morning Minyan
  6:30 pm Chol haMoed Mincha
Wednesday, April 24 7:45 am Chol haMoed Morning Minyan
  6:00 pm Congregation Passover BBQ
  6:30 pm Chol haMoed Mincha
Thursday, April 25 7:45 am Chol haMoed Morning Minyan

 

 

 

 

 

Yom Tov:

Thursday, April 25 6:30 pm Mincha, Maariv - 7th Day of Passover
Friday, April 26 9:00 am Yom Tov Morning Services - 7th Day of Passover
  6:30 pm Yom Tov Service - 8th Day of Passover
Saturday, April 27 9:00 am Yom Tov Services - 8th Day of Passover, Yizkor & Memorial Plaque Dedication
  12:00 pm Mincha

 

Passover BBQ

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 6:00 pm

Let the Men's Club do the cooking!

Menu: Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Chicken or Grilled Vegetables. Served with Garden Salad, Potatoes, and all the Matzah you can eat! Adults $20, Children $10. 

RSVP by Friday, April 19 at CBIStPete.org/event/PassoverBBQ

Sell Chametz & Donate to Maot Chittim Fund

Note: Leading halachic authorities have ruled that online authorizations are acceptable for the purpose of selling chametz. The traditional and preferred practice, however, is for the authorization transaction to be done in person with Rabbi Weintraub. 

This form must be signed and returned to Rabbi Weintraub by April 19, 2019.

If you are not logged into your B'nai Israel account, you must provide the physical address where the Chametz included in this sale is located. This contract is invalid without this information.

In case Rabbi Weintraub needs to contact you.

I, the undersigned, fully empower and permit Rabbi Philip Weintraub to act in my place and stead, and in my place to sell all chametz possessed by me as defined by Torah and Rabbinic law. Rabbi Weintraub is also empowered and permitted to lease all places wherein the chametz owned by me may be found.

Rabbi Weintraub has the full right to sell and lease by transactions, as he deems fit and proper, for such time which he believes necessary.

Also do I hereby give the said Rabbi Philip Weintraub full power and authority to appoint a substitute in his stead with full power to sell and lease as provided herein. The above given power is in conformity with all Torah and Rabbinical laws and regulations, and also in accordance with the laws of the State of Florida and of the United States.

This box must be checked in order to execute this contract.

By entering my printed name I acknowledge that electronic signatures have the same legal effect as ink signatures.

It is traditional to make a contribution when selling Chametz to help provide Matzah for those who cannot afford it. You are not obligated to contribute, and any amount is welcome.

 

Mon, June 24 2019 21 Sivan 5779