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4 Questions 4 U 4 Passover

Shalom! Now that Passover is in only a week…I have 4 Passover questions 4 you!

1) Would you like to join us at our Seder?  Do you know anyone who will NOT be going to a seder? If yes, please send them to one of ours, all are welcome and no one is turned away for lack of funds!  RSVP here. Here is a link for more information.  Join us for an inspiring interactive Seder. Read the Haggadah, relive the exodus.  Experience a wonderful night spiced with traditional customs as you enjoy a delicious catered dinner with handmade matzoh and delicious wines.

2) Do you know a senior who needs help to celebrate Passover? As we prepare to partake of flavorful Seder feasts, our thoughts go to those who need our help to experience “A Taste Of Passover”.

Passover begins next Friday night, there are many seniors in Boulder who can no longer cook their own Seders… let’s come together to ensure that they don’t miss out!

Boulder County Center for Judaism would like to announce that we will once again be offering our “Taste of Passover” Program for Seniors. We will offer a traditional Passover meal to-go for seniors who find it difficult to cook for the Passover Seder.  If you would like to take advantage of this program or know someone who would be happy to receive “A Taste of Passover” you can call or email Chany at 720 422 6776 or boulderjudaism@gmail.com.  There is limited availability for this program and we will honor this on a first come first serve basis.  If you would like to help deliver meals or help sponsor a senior, please let us know.

3) Would you like to purchase Shmurah Matzoh? Email us right away to lbkosher@gmail.com to reserve your own, the cost is $26 for a pound of Whole Wheat Matzoh (6-7 matzos).

4) Have you already sold your chametz? It is important not to own any forms of leavened bread or the like. If you visit boulderjudaism.com  you can download the form to sell your Chametz. Make sure to email or mail the form so we receive it by Wednesday, March 28.

If you want to ask your four questions on any of the above topics, I can be reached at: (303) 494-1638 or boulderjudaism@gmail.com.

Wishing you a wonderful Passover!

Rabbi Pesach Scheiner

PS Do you want to LEARN MORE about Passover’s deeper dimensions? Click here for online resources: chabad.org/Passover


Sklar Brothers @ Denver JCC

About Rabbi Pesach Scheiner

Rabbi Pesach Scheiner is the Rabbi of Boulder County Center for Judaism. In addition, he teaches extensively throughout Boulder County and is the author of "Finding the Joy in Everyday Living," a book of short chapters explaining the ways to access happiness through appreciation, gratitude, and a sense of purpose.

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