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Passover 5778 at Congregation Sinai
Friday, March 30 - Saturday, April 7
Learn more about Passover, the eight day holiday on which we celebrate the Exodus of our ancestors from slavery in Egypt.
Download the Rabbinical Assembly's guide for Passover 5778
Passover Morning Services
Saturday, March 31
Sunday, April 1
Friday, April 6
Saturday, April 7, with Yizkor Memorial Service
Second Night Community Seder
Saturday, March 31
Get more details about our annual second night seder.
To RSVP, please contact the office to confirm seats are available.
Front Office: (408) 264-8542
Sell Your Chametz
Due: Friday, March 30
9:00 am (Office Opens at 9:00 am)
The Torah prohibits the ownership of chametz (leavened grain) during Pesach (Passover).
If possible, all chametz – food not acceptable during Pesach, or materials containing such unacceptable food – should be destroyed or given away before the holiday begins. Should this be impossible, the chametz may be stored in such a way that one is sure to not use it during the holiday. Its actual ownership is transferred to a non-Jew until the holiday ends.
Forms for selling your chametz are available online as well as in the Sinai office.
Sinai Nursery School
We offer a quality developmental program in a small, nurturing environment.
At Sinai, our children are encouraged to explore, discover and create together.
Friday, March 30-Friday, April 6
Last day of school is Thursday, March 29. See you again on Monday, April 9!
South Bay Institute Speaker Series presents Laura Rosenzweig:
HOLLYWOOD'S SPIES: THE UNDERCOVER SURVEILLANCE OF THE NAZIS IN LOS ANGELES
Sunday, April 8
10:30 am-1:00 pm
At the APJCC
This presentation is hosted by the Silicon Valley Holocaust Survivors Association and will include brunch.
Co-sponsored by Congregation Sinai
Sisterhood Bunco Night
Sunday, April 22
To RSVP, contact the Sisterhood:
Shabbat Mishpacha & Family Dinner with Rabbi Josh
Friday, April 27
A fun, musical service for families with young children with Rabbi Berkenwald.