There’s something about Passover, the first holiday ever observed by the Jewish people, that speaks deeply to the soul. The Passover Seder, the ritual-laden ceremonial feast held at home on the first night of the holiday, is the most widely celebrated Jewish holiday, celebrated by even more people than Yom Kippur and Chanukah.

 

Join our family and many of your friends for user-friendly and elegant Seders with wine, home-cooked delicious dinner, and crispy hand-made matzo in an atmosphere of family warmth.  We offer a Jumbo Seder the first night and a more intimate family Seder the second night - come for one or both!

The hallmark of Passover is for eight days not eating chametz (grain, for some including corn and soy products).  At Chabad, we recognize how challenging this is on a college campus, so to make it easier on you we offer delicious, home-cooked, kosher-for-Passover meals throughout the holiday.  Each dinner includes hot soup, salads, a chicken or meat entree, vegetarian side dishes, and fresh fruit.  For a list of menus throughout the week, click here!

NOTE: Reservations are required for all meals. Each meal will be prepared based on the number of reservations. 

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Passover Prep

Many Jews like to rid their house of chametz to avoid temptation or contamination, and it is customary to sell it, even if you're going to buy it back later.

 

Click here to sell your chametz today!

For assistance searching your dorm, apartment, or house for chametz, please contact Rabbi Tzvi.

Tuesday, April 7

Day 0

Holiday Evening Services: 7pm

Candle Lighting: 7pm

51 Winthrop St. Jumbo Seder: 7:30pm

Wednesday, April 8

WED

08

THU

09

Day 1

Passover Lunch: 12:30pm     

Candle Lighting: 7:19pm

Holiday Evening Services: 8:15pm     

Chabad House Second Seder: 8:30pm

Thursday, April 9

Day 2

Passover Lunch: 1:30pm
Shabbat Services: 6pm

Shabbat Dinner: 6:45pm

Friday, April 10

FRI

10

SAT

11

Day 3

Passover Dinner: 6:30pm   

RSVP REQUIRED

Saturday, April 11

Day 4

Passover Dinner: 6:30pm

RSVP REQUIRED

Sunday, April 12

SUN

12

MON

13

Day 5

Passover Dinner: 6:30pm   

RSVP REQUIRED

Monday, April 13

Day 6

Holiday Services: 7pm

Candle Lighting: 7:07pm

Holiday Dinner: 8pm

Tuesday, April 14

TUE

14

WED

15

Day 7

Holiday Lunch: 1:30pm

Holiday Services: 7pm

Candle Lighting: 7:08pm

Holiday Dinner: 8pm

Wednesday, April 15

Day 8

Holiday Lunch: 1:30pm

Seudat Moshiach and Farbrengen: 6:30pm

Holiday Ends and Havdallah: 7:30pm

Thursday, April 16

THU

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PASSOVER

DONATION

At the Chabad House, the Passover Seders are held in a warm family setting just like home. It's a meaningful and enjoyable experience with stories and songs, fine wines, delicious, homemade gourmet dinners. The Chabad House also provides homemade kosher for Passover meals all week long.

There is no charge for the Seders and dinners, however we welcome and encourage contributions to help cover the high cost of the holiday. 

$54 (Seder for one)

$180 (table donor)

$360 (table partner)

$540 (Seder table)

$720 (Seder patron)

$1800 (sponsor)