Welcome to the Pesach 2021 mini-site, where you will find all Pesach related info.

The eight-day festival of Pesach is celebrated in the early spring, Pesach (Passover) 2021 is from March 27 through April 4.

 

Pesach is divided into two parts:

The first two days and last two days are full-fledged holidays. Holiday candles are lit at night, and Kiddush and sumptuous holiday meals are enjoyed on both nights and days. 

The middle four days are called Chol Hamoed, semi-festive “intermediate days,” when most forms of work are permitted.

 

At the International Center, we welcome you to join us for both Seders and holiday dinners.

Are you looking for a meaningful Seder where you're a participant, not a spectator?

 

We offer a warm, interactive Passover Seder. Our Seder is English friendly and not prayer intensive, with discussion and spirituality. Enjoy fine wines, full dinner, liberating insights, rousing songs and crispy hand-made Matzot. Celebrate the holiday of liberation at a Seder experience you will remember for a lifetime! 

 

Haggadot will be available in: Hebrew/English/Spanish/French/Portuguese

 

Seders will be held at IJSCB 8 Museum Way.

*RSVPs Required*

 

1st Seder: Saturday, March 27: 8:30pm

Holiday evening prayers: 8:00pm

2nd Seder: Sunday, March 28: 8:00pm

Holiday prayers: 7:30pm

Seders Info: 

What is your Covid-19 safety plan?

All participants are required to pre reserve and to answer a questionnaire.

We require participants test within three days of the event.

Seating is done in pods, selected by the participants.

All tables are set 6 feet or more from each other.

Food is plated to limit contact.

In what language are the Seders?

You will find a multitude of languages at IJSC, however, the Seders as well as all other public events are run in English.

 

Haggadot will be available in: Hebrew/English/Spanish/French/Portuguese

 

Where are the Seders being held?

Seders will be held at IJSCB 8 Museum Way.

We'll provide directions once you've RSVP'D.

Are the Seders free?

The Seders aren't free, they are subsidized with support of parents, alumni and friends.

It costs $50 per person, participants may contribute any amount at reservation. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds.

Were do I RSVP?

Students RSVP via the IJSC Bot by texting the word "Seder" and following the prompts. Everyone else, please contact us to RSVP

Further information:

My friends go to IJSC, may I join them for the Seders?

Absolutely! Please make sure to read and follow the Covid safety plan.

My parents will be in town, may they join the Seders?

Yes! Please make sure they comply with state Covid regulations, and read and follow our safety plan. Please contact us so we can make it an amazing experience for your family.

I've read the Covid safety plan but still feel uncomfortable joining, do you provide Seder kits to go?

We totally understand. We'll be providing Seder to go kits with advance request for $15.

They will include all Seder plate ingredients, premium round hand made Matzah and grape juice for 2. Please inquire for larger quantities. Text the IJSC Bot "Seder to-go".

I would like to make my kitchen Kasher for Pesach, how do I go about it?

That's great! Text the bot "Kasher" to get started.

Pesach 2021 schedule:

1st Seder: Saturday, March 27: 8:30PM

Holiday evening prayers: 8:00PM

March 28 Pesach & morning Prayers: 10:00 AM

2nd Seder: Sunday, March 28: 8:00PM

Holiday prayers: 7:30PM

March 29 Pesach & morning Prayers: 10:00 AM

Pesach Candle Lighting Times:

Bedikat Chametz

Search & Removal of Chametz

How to and Blessings:

Since it is prohibited to possess chametz on Passover, any chametz left undisposed must be sold.

 

For more info and to Sell your Chametz