Pesach is coming! Come and share in the foundational texts of the Passover seder. We will examine the Mishnah that makes up much of the seder as we know it today and add some new questions to your seder discussions. In addition, we will learn about customs and practices surrounding Passover preparation. From preparing your kitchen the easy way to what exactly does it mean to sell hametz, and why do we do it in the first place? All are welcome to attend and ask questions, all texts will be presented in the original and in translation
Classes Meet LIVE and IN PERSON
at the Synagogue
TUESDAY, MARCH 21 AT 7:00 PM
MONDAY, MARCH 27 AT 7:30 PM
Date and time of 3rd Class to be Determined.
These classes will also be able to be viewed online on Zoom
Rabbi Daniel Shibley is originally from Washington, DC. He holds a B.A. in Sociology from Clark University, and an M.A. in Security and Diplomacy Studies from Tel Aviv University. Daniel has learned at Yeshivat Hadar, Pardes, and Yeshivat Har Etzion. He made aliyah to Jerusalem in 2012 and completed military service in a combat unit. Rabbi Shibley received rabbinic ordination from Rabbi Daniel Landes in 2016 and was a member of the faculty at Pardes in Jerusalem until August, 2019. Daniel is now adjunct faculty at Pardes, a Hebrew tutor, and has completed his master’s degree in international relations at New York University. Daniel enjoys cooking, gardening, and long distance running.