Passover is right around the corner! Here is a checklist to help you prepare yourself and your home for the Holiday of Matza!

Information about the Passover Seder & Services
Siyum for the First-Born
Friday, March 30 at 7:45 am                      
A first-born child (b’chor) should fast on the eve of Passover to commemorate the deliverance of the first-born Israelites from Egypt. It has become customary for the Rabbi to make a Siyum (a public reading and explanation of the concluding passage of a tractate of Mishnah or Talmud, the study of which has been completed) on the morning before Passover. Since eating at such an occasion is a seudat mitzvah(a festive meal that accompanies the performance of certain mitzvot), the first-born who are present at the Siyum may join the festivities and eat.

Spend the First Night of Passover At SPS

Friday, March 30
Service: 6:15 pm Seder: 7:00 pm
Members & guests: $120 per person
Non-members: $130 per person
Child(ren) under 12: $65
When reserving, please indicate your entrée choice. Click here for Seder Menu
Reserved Tables for single men and women.
Passover Services
Saturday, March 31, Morning Service 9:15 am, Passover kiddush will follow services
Sunday, April 1, Morning Service 9:15 am
Monday – Thursday, April 2 – 5,
Chol HaMoed Morning Service 7:45 am, Evening Service 5:45 pm
Friday, April 6, Morning Service 9:15 am, Evening Service 6:15 pm
Saturday, April 7, Morning Service 9:15 am, Yizkor Memorial Service 11 am
Passover kiddush will follow services