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Sell Your Chametz, online by 12:00pm on Sunday, April 21 or in-person at 8:00am on Monday, April 22. As you know, we are not allowed to benefit from owning chametz during Pesach. Therefore, it is customary to sell it, and then repurchase it after the end of Pesach. It is our honor and responsibility to be your agents for this sale. Sell your chametz here.

Shacharit & Fast of the Firstborn Siyyum, Monday, April 22, 8:00am. The Fast of the Firstborn (Ta’anit Bechorim) commemorates the horrific tenth plague that God inflicted on Pharaoh and the Egyptian people. In recognition of this moment, firstborn Jews fast on Erev Pesach. As this is a minor fast, there is a widely practiced exemption: Judaism allows anyone who attends a religious feast to forego fasting. It is customary to hold a celebratory meal on the completion of study of a piece of text, called a siyyum (conclusion). Whether you are a firstborn relieving yourself from the pre-Pesach fast, or anyone else simply looking to learn a little, come join us for the siyyum. After the siyyum, we will celebrate with a light breakfast.

Passover Items at Jewish Treasures. The most wonderful time of the year is coming…..Passover. To help you get prepared Jewish Treasures has a variety of seder plates, matzah plates, Haggadot, bags of plagues, hostess gifts, Afikomen gifts and much more to grace your tables. Contact the office or Joanne Stryer to make an appointment. Chag Sameach!

Moti's Deliveries

We will have two deliveries to help you stock your pantry and feed your seder guests. A grocery delivery on Thursday, April 11 and a prepared food delivery on Sunday, April 21.

Grocery Delivery
Order Deadline: Tuesday, April 9, 12:00pm
Pickup: Thursday, April 11, 4:00-4:30pm
Details here

Olam Tikvah and Moti's make it easy for you to get your Kosher-for-Passover groceries!

  1. Order online at Before placing your order, please ensure that you or a friend will be available to meet the truck for pickup on Thursday, April 11 at 4:00pm.
  2. Register as a new customer or log in as a returning customer.
  3. Start shopping!
  4. When prompted, select “pick up” at Olam Tikvah on Thursday, April 11.
  5. If you need help placing your order, please call Moti's at 301-468-0400


Your order will be available for pickup in the OT parking lot on Thursday, April 11, from 4:00-4:30pm. Please pull into line behind the delivery truck, pop your trunk, and be prepared to tell us your name. We will put your order in your trunk.

Prepared Food Delivery - ORDERING HAS CLOSED
Order Deadline: Friday, April 12, 12:00pm
Pickup: Sunday, April 21, 4:00-4:30pm
Details here

Your order will be available for pickup in the OT parking lot on Sunday, April 21, from 4:00-4:30pm. Please pull into line behind the delivery truck, pop your trunk, and be prepared to tell us your name. We will put your order in your trunk.

Passover Resources for Your Home

Passover Guide

Pesach is the ultimate home holiday. It takes the most work, but it is also allows us the most wonderful collection of home traditions. Pesach begins the evening of Monday, April 22. Click here to download our Passover Guide to help you prepare yourself and your home for Passover and walk you through the various rituals of home preparation.

Kashering Your Kitchen with Hadar

Kashering your kitchen for Pesach is easy with this step-by-step video guide from Rabbi Ethan Tucker of Hadar.

Greening Your Seder

Greening Your Seder Presentation by Rabbi Bedo

Sustainable Passover Resources from Adamah

Setting a Conscious Table 4 Questions from Jewish Initiative for Animals (JIFA) and Hazon

The Egg on the Seder Plate Haggadah Supplement from Jewish Initiative for Animals (JIFA) and Hazon

Vegan Recipes by Jamie Geller

Pantry Pesach Recipes from JIFA

Haggadah Recommendations and Seder Questions

To help you host a seder, we've compiled a list of recommended Haggadot and questions you can ask at your seder to spark conversation. Click here to download the list.

Passover Recipes

Incorporate new recipes into your seder with recipes from Sisterhood and the USCJ.

Olam Tikvah Sisterhood Passover Recipes

USCJ Community Cookbook

Rabbi Joseph's Passover Menu from Wine Spectator

Setting Your Seder Table

Setting the table is a great job for kids, but they can do more than just putting out plates and forks! Click here to see Education Director Debra Beland Ackerman's ideas that kids can use to create a table that invites conversation and adds to the experience of the seder.

Maggid Paper Bag Dramatics

Hand over the reins to your kids and charge them with staging the maggid (the story of the Exodus). The beauty of paper bag dramatics is that you fill a bag with props found around the house, so no need to hit the store (click here for a "shopping list" to get you started). Then it's time for the performance. We've got a great script you can use or your kids can write their own. Be sure to encourage them to cast actors of all ages, including those who can't read yet (they can act things out while someone else narrates). And this is another great activity for tables in multiple places-just be sure to share the plan with everyone ahead of time.

PJ Library Passover Potpourri for Young Families

"Passover Potpourri" is a discussion of Passover games, activities, and craft projects. Click here to view the recorded webinar and download PJ Library's Passover materials.

Passover Schedule

All services will be available via livestream at

Sunday, April 21

12:00pm Last chance to sell your chametz online
After Dark: Bidikat Chametz (Search for Chametz)

Monday, April 22 - Erev Pesach

Office closed
8:00am Shacharit and Fast of the Firstborn siyyum; last chance to sell your chametz in-person
By 10:51am Stop eating chametz
By 11:59am Burn chametz
7:35pm Candle Lighting; First Seder

Tuesday, April 23 - Pesach Day 1

Office closed
9:30am Passover Service
8:36pm Candle Lighting; Second Seder

Wednesday, April 24 - Pesach Day 2

Office closed
9:30am Passover Service
8:40pm Evening Service

Friday, April 26

6:15pm Kabbalat Shabbat
7:39pm Shabbat Candle Lighting

Saturday, April 27

9:30am Shabbat Service

Sunday, April 28

9:00am Shacharit Service
7:40pm Ma'ariv
7:41pm Candle Lighting

Monday, April 29 - Pesach Day 7

Office closed
9:30am Passover Service
8:40pm Ma'ariv
8:42pm Candle Lighting

Tuesday, April 30 - Pesach Day 8

Office closed
9:30am Passover Service including Yizkor
8:40pm Ma'ariv
8:42pm Passover ends
8:50pm Chametz is yours again!

Resources for Services

Services at OT

Olam Tikvah will hold Passover services in-person and via livestream on the first two days and the last two days of Passover, in addition to our Shabbat services.

Siddur Sim Shalom for Festivals

Festival Evening Siddur Sim Shalom
Festival Morning Siddur Sim Shalom
Festival Afternoon Siddur Sim Shalom
Yizkor Siddur Sim Shalom
Counting the Omer Siddur Sim Shalom

Etz Hayim

Pesach Day 1 Torah and Haftarah
Pesach Day 2 Torah and Haftarah
Pesach Day 3 Shabbat Torah and Haftarah
Pesach Day 4 Torah and Haftarah
Pesach Day 5 Torah and Haftarah
Pesach Day 6 Torah and Haftarah
Pesach Day 7 Torah and Haftarah
Pesach Day 8 Torah and Haftarah

Audio Recordings

Tefillat Tal
Shir HaShirim Chapter 1
Shir HaShirim Chapter 2
Shir HaShirim Chapter 3
Shir HaShirim Chapter 4
Shir HaShirim Chapter 5
Shir HaShirim Chapter 6
Shir HaShirim Chapter 7
Shir HaShirim Chapter 8
El Maleh Rachamim


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