Classes & Events
Sunday Morning Breakfast & Tefillah Talks in Memory of Henry Ramek
: Learn together this Sunday morning, April 14 after Shacharit.
Kashering for Pesach (Hagalat Keilim):
Metal utensils which came into contact with heated chametz in a medium of water (i.e., utensils in whichchametz was cooked; pots are a good example) may be kashered via the procedure known as hag'alah, which involves immersion in boiling water. BJC will have Hagalat Keilim available on Sunday, April 14 from 9:30 AM - 10:30 PM.
Pesach Program for Youth run by Noam and Hila
: Sunday, April 14 from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM for ages 3- 11. Middle Schoolers are welcome to join and help. Lunch will be served. Parents, we hope you can use this time to shop/clean/cook/prepare for Pesach! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Pre-Pesach Mimouna with Noam and Hila!
Sunday, April 14 from 7:00 -8:00 PM - Mimouna is a North African Jewish celebration held the day after Passover, marking the return to eating chametz. Yes, we know this is the wrong order, but we wanted to join together before Pesach to discuss the deeper meaning of the holiday, and prepare tasty traditional Mimouna treats. Take a break from Pesach preparation to spend time with your friends and prepare spiritually for the holiday. Space is limited, so please RSVP HERE.
Pathways through the Parsha
Join Rabbi Albert Monday morning, April 8 for the Parsha class at OHDS at 8:30 AM. The class will also be livestreamed on Rabbi Albert’s Facebook page. If you would like to participate but can’t make it to OHDS, make sure to friend Rabbi Albert to watch the class live.
:Thursday, April 18 at noon at the home of Shelley Zak, 901 Hillcroft Circle.