Pesach Never Ends… 

Whether they call it Mimunah, Ne’ilat HaChag, or Seudat Moshiach, Jews all over the world will gather to celebrate the end of Pesach. The Chassidic masters, starting with the holy Baal-Shem-Tov, taught that we need to extend the spirit and meaning of Passover for the rest of the year. We do this by gathering at the very end of the holiday, celebrating with matzah and wine, and continuing this special Feast of Redemption into the “weekday” that follows.

We invite you to join us this special celebration on Thursday, April 13, at 7:00 pm, marking the end of the Passover holiday. Like the Seder, this feast includes Matzah and 4 cups of wine (or grape juice), as well as singing, learning and stories.

A light dinner will be served, concluding with Havdallah at 8:18 PM. No charge.

RSVP appreciated. If you can, please RSVP by 5:00 pm Tuesday afternoon so we can prepare accordingly. We will be glad to see you even if you couldn't RSVP.

Location:  7334 Rural Lane, West Mt. Airy

We look forward to celebrating with you,

Rabbi Yitzchok & Pessy Gurevitz


Holiday services 

We will be hosting holiday services on Wednesday and Thursday (4/12 & 4/13), at 10:00 am. Thursday’s service includes YizkorIf you can help with minyan either day, please let me know. Thank you!


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