Join the Temple B’rith Kodesh community
to celebrate the first night of Passover
with your family, children, and friends.

Friday March 30, 2018
   5:30 pm: Abbreviated Shabbat Service
6:00 pm: Seder Dinner

With delicious food, soulful singing, and deep conversation,  our communal Seder will be a feast for heart, mind and palate. Together we will tell the story of the Exodus from Egypt, the original story of freedom that has inspired the world from ancient Israel to Selma and beyond. We look forward to celebrating with you!

Catered by Creative Caterers.  
 Brisket, roasted chicken, quinoa & roasted vegetable stuffed peppers.
 Assorted side dishes including roasted potatoes and tzimmes.
Ceremonial wine will be provided, feel free to bring your own
 favorite selection to add a personal touch to your table.

Seating options:
Tables will accommodate a maximum of 8 people. Contact Terri for seating arrangements for parties larger than 8 people.
Reserved tables will be taken or seats will be assigned.    

RSVP no later than March 19, 2018 with Terri at
244-7060 ext. 229 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
mail: Temple B’rith Kodesh  2131 Elmwood Avenue  Rochester, NY 14618

Adults (10yrs & above)          $35 pp
Children (5yrs – 10yrs)          $10 pp
Children (5 & under)                  no charge


Passover Schedule 2018

Friday March 30                  Passover Begins at Sundown - First Seder
                                            5:30 pm  Abbreviated Shabbat Service & Kaddish
                                            6:00 pm  1st Night Congregational Seder

Saturday March 31              10:30 am  Shabbat Service/Passover Service
                                             with Temple Sinai at TBK

Friday April 6                      7th Day Passover - TBK Offices closed
                                           10:30 am  7th Day Passover & Yizkor Service
                                            6:00 pm Shabbat Service


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