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Weekday Services, March 28-April 2, 2015

5775 - Sunday - Thursday – March 29 - April 2, 2015

Schedule

Morning Services [Shahrit]

Sunday - 8:00 am

Monday - Thursday - 7:15 am

 

Evening Services [Minhah & Arbit]

Sunday - Thursday - 6:30 pm

 

Thursday Evening, April 2

Search for Leaven at night:

After Sunset - 7:21 pm

Passover Preparations, Thu. Evening-Fri. April 2-3

5775 - Thu. Evening & Fri. – April 2 - April 3, 2015

Schedule

Thursday Evening, April 2

Search for Leaven at night:

After Sunset - 7:21 pm

 

Friday, April 3

Fast of the First Born Begins:

At Dawn - 5:13 am

Sunrise - 6:37 am

Morning Service and Siyyum for the First Born - 7:15 am

Stop eating Hametz by 10:52 am

Dispose of any remaining Hametz by 11:56 am

First Day of Passover - April 3-4, 2015

5775 - Friday Evening & Saturday – April 3 - April 4, 2015

Schedule

EVE OF FIRST DAY

Friday, April 3rd

Candle Lighting - 7:05 pm

Evening Minhah & Arbit - 7:00 pm

Sunset - 7:23 pm

Begin the First Haggadah at home

After 7:46 pm

Communal Haggadah at Synagogue

Begins 8:15 pm

 

FIRST DAY MORNING

Saturday, April 4th

Zemirot - 8:15 am

Shahrit - 9:00 am

Tikkun Ha Tal [Prayer for Dew] inserted in Musaf - 10:40 am

Sermon and Service Conclusion - 11:25 - 11:50 am

 

Second Day of Passover - April 4-5, 2015

5775 - Saturday Evening & Sunday – April 4 - April 5, 2015

Schedule

Eve of the Second Day, Sat., Apr. 4

Evening Minhah & Arbit 7:00 pm

Sunset 7:24 pm

End of Shabbat & Candle Lighting

After 8:00 pm

Begin the Second Haggadah at Home

After 8:00 pm

Begin Counting 1st Day of the Omer

After 8:00 pm

Communal Haggadah at Synagogue

Begins 8:15 pm

 

Second Day of Passover. Sun., Apr. 5

Zemirot 8:15 am

Shahrit, Hallel, Sermon & Musaf 9:00 - 11:50 am

Minhah & Arbit 7:00  pm

Sunset 7:25 pm

Habdalah 7:48 pm

Benjamin N. Cardozo

Supreme Court Justice Benjamin Nathan Cardozo spoke of the need for the Congregation to maintain its historic traditions and to remain true to the customs and practices of the generations that had come before.

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Twenty First Street Cemetery

In August of 1829, Shearith Israel’s third cemetery was consecrated.  It was located on Twenty First Street just west of Sixth Avenue

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