Congregation Tifereth Israel
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Whether enjoying the freedom and liberation of Passover or the celebration and joy of Simchat Torah, Tifereth Israel is the place to experience the ebb and flow of the Jewish calendar cycle.

Celebrate Passover with Tifereth Israel

The current health crisis has forced us to re-imagine and go digital for this year’s Tifereth Israel Family Passover Seder.
Rabbi Skolnik and the rest of the Tifereth Israel team are hard at work planning an engaging and meaningful communal seder via ZOOM (meeting ID: 458662031) for the evening of Wednesday, April 8. We hope you will join from your own seder table. We will share more details about being part of our virtual seder as they become available. In the meantime, please RSVP to let us know you plan to join us. A list of all Passover festival services (with ZOOM links) is below.
For our virtual seder, we will be using, “A Different Night: The Family Participation Haggadah.” You can download it and print it to use at your seder table at no cost from Jewish Freeware.
If you have already made a reservation, we hope you will consider redirecting your payment to the synagogue as a donation to help sustain us through this difficult time. If you would prefer a refund, please contact Virginia Terry at 614-928-3288.

VIRTUAL SEDER – RSVP NOW!

Rabbi Skolnik feels it is an honor to act as the selling agent for anyone who wishes to partake in important mitzvah of selling their chametz, and to do so free of charge. It has, though, long been the practice in Jewish communities that a donation is made, most often to the Rabbi’s discretionary fund, as a token of appreciation.
You can sell your chametz until 1:00 pm on Tuesday, April 7, by using our online form or you can use our printable form, fill it out, scan it, and email it back to Joy Contreras.

Passover Flier