Archive for the 'Pesach' Category

Rabbi Wolkenfeld and Rabbanit Goldie are back after a podcast hiatus! They reflect on the past year as this week marks the one-year anniversary of the shul shutting down at the beginning of the pandemic. They also talk about the exciting work happening in the shul to help those eligible get vaccinated. Rabbanit Goldie shares about the unique experience of having a Purim Seudah on a Friday night, just as we look ahead to another unique calendrical occurrence for Pesach this year and what that will mean.

Music credit: “Three” from the album Proverbs, by Les Hayden, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License

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This week, Rabbanit Sarna and Rabbi Wolkenfeld discuss some of the Passover resources our shul is offering and share some advice for how to approach your seders this year given the enormously unusual circumstances.

 

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This week, Rabbanit Sarna and Rabbi Wolkenfeld talk about the ways the shul is adapting during social distancing and offer advice on preparing for an unprecedented Passover – with a particular focus on koshering your dishes at home.

 

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This week, Rabbanit Sarna and Rabbi Wolkenfeld discuss Shir HaShirim and Yizkor, both of which will be recited this Shabbat. They also interview ASBI Member and minyanaire Barry Mogil.

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This week, Rabbanit Sarna and Rabbi Wolkenfeld offer up different perspectives, advice, and strategies on how to prepare for your Passover seders and also interview our podcast producer, Hayley Leventhal.

Music credit: “Three” from the album Proverbs, by Les Hayden, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License.

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This week, Rabbanit Sarna and Rabbi Wolkenfeld have a discussion about Parshat Shmini, offer insights into dishwasher kashering for Pesach, and interview our Immediate Past President and longtime ASBI member Rabbi Paul Saiger.

Music credit: “Three” from the album Proverbs, by Les Hayden, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 License.

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