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How is this Passover different than last Passover?


From Shabbat’s infectious joy to Our Tent’s deep examination of Tikkun Olam, we found new ways to grow closer as a community.

From word clouds on the High Holy Days to thought-provoking conversations about Unorthodox, we found new ways to engage.

From making sacred spaces at home to accessing sacred music for our families, we found new ways to create meaning

From learning new technologies to adapting to a new rhythm, we found new ways to manage the seemingly unmanageable.

We’ve come so far, learned so much. This Passover will continue that journey.

As you scroll down, you’ll see five types of programs and resources …

1. Live Learning

March 4th, 7 PM

Bake-Along "Macaroons: Beyond Coconut & Almond"

Join our Music Director, Deb Rogers, as she gets creative with this Passover treat.  Have the list of ingredients below ready to go, and bake along with Deb.  Or you can join Deb live and watch her work, and then watch this recorded session again and bake at your own pace!  Either way you are sure to enjoy this yummy treat! 

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INGREDIENTS: 5oz (2/3 C) granulated sugar OR substitute coconut sugar; 3 C unsweetened coconut, shredded; 1/4 C tapioca starch or corn starch, 3 egg whites, fresh or pasteurized OR substitute ground flaxseed and water for vegan option; 1 tsp vanilla extract. OPTIONAL INGREDIENTS: (small amounts, to create variations) orange juice, milk, coffee (brewed or instant), matcha powder, tahini, mini chocolate chips, mini M&Ms, crushed peppermint, cocoa powder, dried fruit, candied ginger or lemon peel, chopped nuts

March 7th, 7 PM

“Zoom Passover Take 2: Finding Meaning and Energy”

During this interactive zoom session with Rabbi Vann, we’ll gain knowledge about Passover, learn some virtual tips and tricks, and gain some much-needed energy for the festival.

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March 15th, 7 PM

Cook-Along “A Muffin can be Filling: Potato Kugel Muffins Easy and Perfect for Your Seder!”

Join our Director of Lifelong Learning, Rabbi Shana, as she puts her spin on this family favorite.  Have the list of ingredients below ready to go and cook along.  Or you can join Rabbi Shana live and watch her work, and then watch this recorded session again and cook at your own pace!  Either way you are sure to enjoy this delicious dish!

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INGREDIENTS: For 24 Potato Kugel Muffins: 3 eggs, 60 oz fresh shredded potatoes (if frozen,thaw), 12 oz chopped onion or one large onion chopped, 5 1/2 Tbsp potato starch or matzah meal, 2 1/2 tsp salt, 1/4 tsp pepper, oil or cooking spray for greasing muffin tins.

2. Kol Nashim Women's Seder

The Kol Nashim Women's Seder will be on Sun 3/21/2021 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Please contact Charlotte to register.

3. Haggadot

Haggadot Sale Ends Friday - Take advantage of a great sale from CCAR Press on Haggadot. They noted that “we’ve never had prices like these, so don’t miss this chance to round out your library with CCAR Press books! Use promo code SPRINGCLEANING at Valid through Friday, March 5.”

Mid-March - check-back here or watch for an announcement in Temple Times for ST-KA’s list of Haggadot you can download or order for your family seder.

4. Prayers & Songs

Prayers lead by Rabbi Vann and songs sung by Deb Rogers to use at your home and Zoom seders will be posted here the week of Passover. Temple Times will announce when they’re up.


5. Chometz & Mitzvah

A chance to do a mitzvah and clean the chometz (bread products) out of your house for Passover.

Thu, March 4 2021 20 Adar 5781