Passover 20212021-03-09T16:44:49-08:00

2021 Virtual Passover at CBB

Saturday, March 27 – Saturday, April 3, 2021

1st Night Seder for Families with Young Children with Rabbi Daniel Brenner (via Zoom)

Saturday, March 27, 4 PM

Join Rabbi Brenner for a simple, warm, kid-friendly virtual seder. We will include the core elements of the seder, a telling of the Passover story, plus lots of singing!
Please RSVP in advance for Zoom link + a Passover goodie bag.

1st Night Virtual Community Seder with Rabbi Steve Cohen (via Zoom)

Saturday, March 27, 5:30 PM (Zoom Room opens at 5 PM)

Join Rabbi Cohen for a simple, warm, one hour virtual seder. The seder will be geared to adults, including families with older children. We will include the core elements of the seder, a telling of the Passover story, singing favorites like Dayenu, the Four Questions, and Chad Gadya.

Passover Resources for
At-Home Celebrations 

Developed by the CBB clergy and staff in 2020, just as the Covid-19 pandemic was underway, these resources should help you as you plan your at-home Seders. Resources include the Sharing the Journey hagaddah, videos on preparing your house for Passover (by Jen Lewis & her family), plus a video playlist of Passover melodies & prayers sung by Cantor Childs. We wish you and your families a meaningful experience!

CLICK HERE TO RSVP
CLICK HERE TO RSVP
CLICK HERE TO VIEW
Passover 2020 – use for 20212020-04-02T14:57:19-07:00

Passover at CBB

Wednesday, April 8 – Thursday, April 16, 2020*

*Programs free unless otherwise specified. RSVPs required for all programs.

2nd Night Community
Seder and Dinner

Click Here to RSVP

Women’s Seder
(at Jewish Federation)

Click Here to RSVP

Moses, Matzah &
4 Cups of Wine

A Seder for 20s & 30s
More information coming soon.

Click Here to RSVP

Afternoon Family Seder
(with children in K-6)

For ALL families with children in K-6
More information coming soon.

Click Here to RSVP

2 For Seder

Part of CBB’s Human Family initiative

As part of a new program founded in honor of Joyce Feinberg, one of the 11 killed at Tree of Life, we encourage our community to open their doors and invite 2 non-Jewish friends to experience Seder this year and share your experience at www.2forseder.org.

Need help finding people to invite? Contact rabbibrenner@cbbsb.org

Go to Top