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Pesach 2018 begins on Friday Evening March 30 and ends Saturday Evening, April 7.

Shmurah Matzah

As in previous years, LSS is excited to provide hand made quality Shmurah Matzah from the Shotzer Matzah factory to its member.  Matzah is sold by the pound, and is available in regular and whole wheat.  The cost is $24.50 per pound.

Pre-ordered matzah will be available for pickup in the shul office during office hours on: 

Date: Sunday, March 25
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm


Date: Monday & Tuesday, March 26 and 27

Time: 9:00 am – 6:30 pm

The deadline for ordering is Thursday, March 22. Click here to place your order.

Selling Chametz

The Rabbi will be available for the Sale of Chametz as follows:

Wednesday March 14
Thursday March 15 
Sunday March 18 

Monday March 19-
Thursday March 22

Sunday March 25

9:45am- 12:30pm 
During Hagalat Keilim 


Monday March 26-
Wednesday March 28


Thursday March 29 9:00am- 11:00am


Click here for the Chametz Sale form.

Maot Chittim

The preparation for Pesach must include a demonstration of concern for the needy.  You are urged to donate Maot Chittim through the Chesed Fund of the Synagogue in order to provide for the Pesach needs of the many people who depend on us. 

If you selected that you would like the amount of your donation to be billed to you account, all checks should be sent to the Synagogue office as soon as possible, made payable to the LSS Chesed Fund.  The Liberation of the needy from want is a prerequisite to the freedom of Pesach. 

Please note that all money given to the Rabbi in connection to the Sale of Chametz goes to Maot Chittim.

Biur Chametz

Biur Chametz must be conducted on Erev Pesach, Friday, March 30.
Facilities for biur chametz are available on the LSS 2nd floor Terrace between 7:30am-11:57am on Friday, March 30. 

The latest time to burn Chametz is 11:57am.

OU Guide to Pesach

Click HERE for the OU's Guide to Pesach.

 Kelim Kashering

 Sunday, March 25 


Facilities for Kashering your Kelim will be available.  

1) Items must not have been used in the 24 hours prior to kashering.
2) Items must be clean and all labels removed.
3) Pots with handles made of materials other than metal, can only be Kashered if the handles can be removed and cleaned.
4) No teflon utensils can be kashered.

The following items require an additional level of kashering and should not be brought to the Hagalat Keilim: Speak to Rabbi Robinson if you wish to kasher any of these items.

1) Frying pans.

2) Items used in the oven.

Shabbat Hagadol Drasha

The Louis and Rhoda Lazar Shabbat Hagadol Drasha will be delivered by Rabbi Shaul Robinson on Shabbat of March 24 after Mincha at 6:25pm on "Matzahs Made by Machines - Bread of Affliction or Festival of Freedom?"

Pre-Pesach Adult Education

The Philosophy of Pesach: These Songs of Freedom
With Rabbi Josh Rosenfeld

Monday, March 5 and 12; 8:00pm-9:00pm

  Annual Chametz Drive

Sunday March 25, 10:25am-2:00pm 

 Collect your non-perishable Chametz, either opened or closed for hungry non- Jews. Volunteers welcome. To volunteer please email Wendy Baker at

Pesach Hospitality

In the spirit of “Kol Dichfin Yeitei V’yechol,” we encourage our members to participate in our annual Pesach Seder Hospitality Program. We wish to ensure that all members will be able to participate in traditional seders in a warm environment.

To accomplish this, we need both hosts and guests. If you are conducting seders and can accommodate one or more guests or if you would like an invitation, please feel free to ask; you will be warmly welcomed. To participate, please contact us at to let us know and we will contact you with details. We hope that you will join us in ensuring a meaningful Pesach for all our members. Thank you. -LSS Hospitality Committee


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