Passover 2015 at Shaarei Kodesh

CLICK HERE for Passover Resources including forms to sell hametz, a kashrut guide for Passover, and other educational resources for the holiday.

Kol Dichvin – Let all who are hungry, come and eat! Looking to host a community member for a seder or looking for a seder? Please download and return this form to our office. Passover Sharing Seder Form 2015

Pesach Events @ CSK

Service dates and times

April 3 - Fast of the First Born Minyan, Siyyum, and bagel breakfast - 7:45 am (no evening service)

April 4 - 1st Day Passover Services - 10 am (PJ Passover)

April 5 - 2nd Day of Passover Services - 10 am

April 10 - 7th Day of Passover Services - 9:30 am

April 11 - 8th Day of Passover Services with Yizkor followed by Snack and Learn - 9:30 am services, 12:30 pm Snack and Learn.

PJ Shabbat! Saturday morning, April 4

Join us the morning after your Passover seder for a late morning service dressed in your pajamas! During our service, we will be reading a special PJ Library book for Passover. All ages are welcome!

11:00 am - Special service for kids of all ages

11:45 am - PJ Library story in the main sanctuary for all ages!

The PJ Library® South Palm Beach Partnership is made possible by generous support from the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County, United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, Union for Reform Judaism, Leon and Toby Cooperman Family Foundation and the Harold Grinspoon Foundation

Holy Conversations: From Slavery To Freedom - Saturday April 11, 12:30 pm - Passover Snack and Learn

Join us for a very special panel discussion on the eighth day of Passover as we listen to the true stories of two Holocaust survivors and their stories from slavery to freedom as part of a panel discussion moderated by Rabbi Baum. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO RSVP.

We are looking for sponsors at $72 to help defray the cost of this event. The $72 number, in this case, is symbolic. The number 18 in Hebrew (chet yud) spells the word, Chai, which means life. As any survivor can attest, they have lived at least two lives, one life before the Holocaust, and one life after they were liberated, which comes out to 36. Since we will have two survivors speaking, we doubled the number to 72, representing the lives that these two special individuals have lived. For more information, please contact Rabbi Baum directly at