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Search For Hametz, Fast of First Born, & Eve of Passover

Passover Preparations 5774 Sunday - Monday – April 13 - April 14, 2014


Sunday Morning, April 13

8:00 am

(Daily Shahrit Service)

Clean out, remove, destroy, or sell all leavened products by sunset, Sunday, April 13

7:13 pm

(Except what will be consumed Monday Morning; sale should be arranged with Rabbi Hidary if possible by Friday, April 11. For information see elsewhere on this website)

April 13, Sunday Evening Daily Service

6:30 pm

(Minhah & Arbit)

Search for accidentally remaining leaven, Sunday, April 13

sometime after sunset, 7:33 pm

Monday, April 14, Fast of First Born begins

at dawn, 4:53 am

(Fast may be curtailed by attending a Siyyum)

Monday, April 14, Morning Service

7:15 am

(Fast Day Daily Shahrit)

Monday, April 14, Siyyum for First Born

7:55 am

(In synagogue's Elias Room)

Stop eating hametz, Monday, April 14

by 10:44 am

Have all remaining hametz items destroyed or sold Monday Morning

by 11:50 pm

(Also have all items not usable for Passover put away by this time)

Monday, April 14, Eve of the First Day of Passover Evening Services

7:15 pm

Eve of the First Day of Passover Candle Lighting

Monday Evening, 7:16 pm

Monday Evening Sunset

7:34 pm

Monday, April 14, First Haggadah (Seder)

after 7:59 pm

First Evening Synagogue Communal Haggadah begins

8:15 pm

First Day of Passover Daytime

5774 Tuesday – April 15, 2014


Birkhot HaShahar & Zemirot

8:15 am


9:00 am

First Day of Passover Torah Reading

after 9:45 am

Tikkun Hatal (Prayer for the Dew)

11:00 am

Eve of Second Day of Passover

5774 Tuesday – April 15, 2014


Evening Services, Tuesday April 15

7:15 pm

(First Day Minhah & Second Day Arbit)

Tuesday Evening Sunset

7:35 pm

Eve of Second Day Candle Lighting

after 8:00 pm

Counting of the Omer

after 8:00 pm

Second Haggadah (Seder)

after 8:00 pm

Second Evening Synagogue Communal Haggadah begins

8:15 pm

Second Day of Passover Daytime

5774 Wednesday – April 16, 2014


Wednesday Morning Birkhot HaShahar & Zemirot

8:15 am

Second Day, Wednesday Morning, Shahrit

9:00 am

Second Day Reading of Torah

after 9:45 am

Second Day Minhah & Hol HaMoed Arbit

7:15 pm

End of Yom Tob & Habdalah

8:01 pm

Third & Fourth Days of Passover, Hol HaMoed, Thursday & Friday

Middle Weekdays of Passover 5774 – April 17 - April 18, 2014


Thursday & Friday Morning Services

7:15 am

Shahrit, Hallel & Musaf

Thursday Minhah & Arbit

6:30 pm

Shabbat Hol HaMoed, Fifth Day of Passover

Middle Shabbat of Passover 5774 Friday Evening - Saturday – April 18 - April 19, 2014


Friday, April 18, Candle Lighting

before 7:21 pm

On Eve of Sabbath light by this time

Friday Evening Eve of Sabbath Services

7:15 pm

Hol HaMoed Minhah & Eve of Sabbath Arbit

Friday Evening Sunset

7:39 pm

Saturday, April 19, Morning Services

8:15 am

Birkhot HaShahar, Korbanot, & Zemirot

Saturday, April 19, Morning Services

9:00 am

Shahrit & Hallel

Saturday, April 19, Morning Services

9:50 am

Torah Reading & Musaf

Saturday Teen Girls' Reading of Song of Songs

11:30 am

Saturday Afternoon Class

6:15 pm

Saturday Evening Minhah & Arbit

7:15 pm

Saturday Evening Sunset

7:40 pm

Saturday Evening Habdalah

8:18 pm

Emma Lazaraus

Emma Lazarus is best known for her famous poem, “The New Colossus,” inscribed on the base of the Statue of Liberty. 

Seventieth Street Synagogue