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Passover Schedule 2017

Passover Schedule 2017

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The Chabad Pesach Calendar
5777- 2017

Times shown are for the
Camden & Burlington Counties Area

Sunday, April 9, 2017:   
 
8:30am- Shacharit service


7:25pm - Mincha, Maariv Services 

8:01pm- Formal search for chametz

Erev Pesach Monday, April 10:

7:00am - Shacharit service (Followed by a siyyum— to exempt firstborn male from the obligation to fast) 

10:49am -  Stop Eating Chametz  

11:55am-  Burn left-over Chametz 

First Night of Passover & First Seder*

6:45pm
- Mincha, Maariv Services

7:15pm - Light Pesach candles and say blessings #1 & 2 

7:30 pm Community Passover Seder

*Eat at least 1 oz. of matzah within 4 minutes and drink four cups wine or grape juice, 3.5 oz each cup. 

Tuesday, April 11:  
 
9:00am - Holiday Services

7:15pm - Mincha & Maariv 

8:16pm - Light Yom Tov candles from a pre-existing flame* and say blessings # 1 & 2   

Second Seder

*Eat at least 1 oz. of matzah within 4 minutes and drink four cups wine or grape juice, 3.5 oz each cup. 

Wednesday, April 12: 

9:00am - Holiday Services

7:15pm - Mincha & Maariv Services

8:17pm - Holiday ends

Thursday, April 13

7:00am - Shacharit service

7:20pm - Mincha & Maariv
 

Friday, April 14

7:00am - Shacharit service

7:19pm - Candle Lighting, say blessing #3

7:20pm - Mincha & Maariv
 

Shabbat, April 15

9:00am - Shacharit service 

7:20pm - Mincha & Maariv
 

8:20pm - Shabbat Ends

Sunday, April 16: 

8:30am - Shacharit service

7:20pm- Mincha, Maariv Services 

7:21pm - Light Holiday candles and say blessings #1 

Monday, April 17: 
Seventh Day of Pesach

9:00am - Holiday Services

7:20pm - Mincha, Maariv Services

8:23pm - Light Holiday candles and say blessings #1 

Tuesday, April 18: 
Eight Day of Pesach

9:00am -  
Holiday Services & Yizkor

6:45pm -  Mincha, Meal of Moshiach & Maariv Services

8:24pm - Pesach ends
Wait one hour before eating your chametz to allow time for the Rabbi to buy it back for you. 

 

*A pre-existing flame is a flame burning continuously since the onset of the festival, such as a pilot light, gas or candle flame.

BLESSINGS FOR FESTIVAL CANDLE LIGHTING:
(#1) 
Bo-ruch A-toh Ado-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho- olom A-sher Ki-de-sha-nu Be-mitz-vo-sov Vi-tzi-vo-nu Le-had-lik Ner Shel Yom-ov.

(#2) 
Bo-ruch A-toh Ado-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho- olom She-heh-che-yoh-nu Vi-kiye-mo-nu Ve-he- ge-o-nu Lez-man Ha-zeh.

(#3)  Bo-ruch A-toh Ado-noi E-lo-hei-nu Me-lech Ho- olom A-sher Ki-de-sha-nu Be-mitz-vo-sov Vi-tzi-vo-nu Le-had-lik Ner Shel Shabbat Kodesh.  

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