We have culled some great ideas to help you celebrate the holiday. Visit our Stir Up Your Seder webpage for ideas, recipes, decorating ideas, videos, and more! If you have any ideas, we’d love to add them to our list!
Late fees apply after March 27. Make your reservations by March 31.
RSVP here by Friday, Mar 27
Please join us for this informal festival service marking the end of Passover. As is customary, we will be reading the names of those in our community who have died since Rosh Hashanah. No RSVP needed; all are welcome.
The first Seder is April 3! Whether you are preparing your 1st or 50th Seder, stop into Treasures where there is always something unique for your table -- Seder and Matzoh plates, Miriam and Elijah cups, Hagaddahs, matzo covers and more! Start a new tradition, or add new meaning to Pesach in your home. We are always updating our inventory and adding new artists. Please note new Wednesday hours, now 12:00 - 1:30 PM.
Visit our Treasures website for more information
For your convenience, you can order all of your favorite Passover desserts from Chantel’s Catering through TRS! We have several different “Kosher for Passover” desserts from which to select with pareve and dairy options. The cakes serve between 14-20 people with the exception of the Apple Cherry Kuchen, Carrot Spice Torte and Chocolate Bundt cakes which serve 10-12 people.
Order here by Monday, March 30
We have a tremendous opportunity to influence and impact what happens in Israel and all one needs to do is simply VOTE! The elections for the World Zionist Congress are once again upon us, and we need every single member to be loud and to be counted.
The purpose of the World Zionist Congress is to discuss the burning questions facing the Jewish world and to vote on how to deal with these issues. The math is simple: Electing a large ARZA/Reform Movement delegation to the next World Zionist Congress (WZC) will strengthen Reform Judaism’s call for the values and ideals we cherish – like equality, egalitarianism and peace – and will grant the Reform movement greater influence to shape what it means to be Jewish in the Jewish State.
For more information and to vote go to www.reformjews4israel.org