Dear Bet Torah Family:

Join us tonight to welcome Shabbat!
6:15-6:30 Candles, kiddush and blessings.
6:30 Kabbalat Shabbat 

Shabbat Meal Program
Bet Torah families have hired Chef Rene Leon to make Shabbat meals for people in our community who are sick, particularly isolated or in mourning. We are looking for sponsors and people to make deliveries. 

This Passover will be different than all other Passovers
We invite you to the first Bet Torah online seder on the  First night of Passover, Wednesday, April 8, 5:30 pm. 
We will send a zoom link and additional information as we get closer. In the meantime you can find out more here:

To help us in our planning we want to know about who will be joining and if you would like to take an active role.
If you plan to join please fill out  This Survey

Guidelines for Passover in the Time of Corona
With our current context and its restrictions in mind, the Rabbinical Assembly wrote a document offering guidelines specific to this year. 
Preparing For Passover Specifically for This Year

Its important to have the above guidelines in mind as you use this general resource to help in your preparations:

Sell Your Hametz Online
This year we are offering you the opportunity to sell your Hametz online and to make a donation to Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger. We expect the number of people experiencing food insecurity to grow this year. 
Sell Your Hametz and Donate to Mazon

Prepare for the Holiday With Us

Text and Art of the Haggadah
Sunday 9:30 - 11:00 am
Join Rabbi Joshua Kulp, the Rosh Yeshiva of the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem 

How To Run a Remote Seder
Thursday 8-9pm 
Even if you join our first night seder you may want tips on how to run one for friends and family online the second night.
Join Gina Fass, Rabbi Sacks and Rabbi Brusso for tips on running an online seder

Here are some other resources to help:

We are so fortunate to have such a wonderful community. So many beautiful acts of generosity and love are revealing themselves in the midst of an unprecedented time. 

Sending wishes of peace and wholeness for this Shabbat,


Rabbi Aaron Brusso
Bet Torah
60 Smith Avenue
Mount Kisco, NY 10549