Passover 2018 will be celebrated from March 30- April 7.
The first Seder will be on March 30 after nightfall, and the second Seder will be on March 31 after nightfall.
Passover is celebrated by eating matzah (unleaven bread) and maror (bitter herbs).
For the duration of the 8 (or 7 days in Israel) of Passover, chametz (leaven) is strictly avoided.
Schedule reminder for the last days of Pesach
Thursday - April 5
Remember to do Eruv Tavshilin
Candle Lighting - 7:31pm
Mincha, Maariv - 7:40pm
All night Farbrengen & Learning (in the Shabbos Shul) - The Splitting of the Sea - Kriyat Yam Suf - Night Farbrengen together with the Learning of the Rebbe's Maamor - Shul will be open at 11:55pm and we will start farbrengen and learning at 12.30 am
Friday - April 6
10am - Yom Tov Shacharis with Birchas Cohanim
Candle Lighting - 7:32 pm
7:40pm - Mincha, Maariv
Shabbos - April 7
10am - Yom Tov Shacharis with Yizkor and Birchas Cohanim
Yizkor is about 11:45am-11:55am - if you would like a name of your loved one to be added to Yizkor list please call Masha - 416.508.2770
7:00pm - Mincha followed by Seudas Moshiach with nigunim, Matza and 4 cups of wine - please remember to bring Matza and wine
It's Shabbos - those who do not use the eruv remember to bring your matza and wine for Moshiach Seuda before Chag