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Pesach Schedule

Tuesday, April 7, 2020 13 Nisan 5780

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Pesach 5780/2020 Schedule

YIP will remain closed throughout Pesach to help stem the spread of COVID-19. Davening times are for reference as a guide for when to daven.

Tuesday, April 7 - Search for Chametz

Search for Chametz

after 8:00 PM

Wednesday, April 8 - Erev Pesach

Siyum B’chorim 1 on Zoom

https://zoom.us/j/358161193?pwd=ODZrTnVBTHNSS1J3ZExHN2dOcUVFZz09

Siyum B’chorim 2 on Zoom

https://zoom.us/j/228783005?pwd=d1p5WkdRc0tSRXE3NlpCNnpvY2xmdz09

8:00 AM

9:00 AM

Shacharit (Latest time to say Shema)

Sof Z’man Tefillah (Latest time to say Shacharit)

9:40 AM

10:45 AM

Burning of Chametz - Rid your house of any Chametz by putting it in a public bin and saving some small pieces of bread to crumble and safely flush down the toilet.

Latest time to eat Chametz

10:45 AM

Latest time to dispose of Chametz and recite Kol Chamira

11:50 AM

Remember to make an Eruv Tavshillin

Candle lighting for Yom Tov with Shehechiyanu

before 7:11 PM

Seder and Kiddush

After 8:08 PM

Afikoman should be eaten

before 12:55 AM

Thursday, April 9 - First day of Pesach

Shacharit (Latest time to say Shema)

Sof Z’man Tefillah (Latest time to say Shacharit)

Musaf - Tefilat Tal not recited without a minyan. We stop saying Mashiv Ha’Ruach U’Morid Ha’Gashem. For this one Musaf, please say Morid Ha’Tal.

9:39 AM

10:44 AM

Daven Mincha before Shkiya

7:30 PM

Candle lighting for Yom Tov with Shehechiyanu
followed by Seder (No preparations may begin prior to 8:10 PM)

after 8:10 PM

Ma’ariv- Begin counting the Omer

Afikoman should be eaten

before 12:54 AM

Friday, April 10 – Erev Shabbat - Second day of Pesach

Shacharit (Latest time to say Shema)

Sof Z’man Tefillah (Latest time to say Shacharit)

9:38 AM

10:44 AM

Musaf for Yom Tov

 

Daven Mincha before Shkiya

7:30 PM

Candle lighting for Shabbat

7:13 PM

Ma’ariv- Count 2nd day of the Omer

Shabbat, April 11 – First day of Chol Hamoed

Shacharit (Latest time to say Shema) – Shemona Esrei of Shabbat with Ya’aleh V’Yaveh

Sof Z’man Tefillah (Latest time to say Shacharit)

9:37 AM

 

10:43 AM

Read Shir Hashirim (Song of Songs)

Musaf for Yom Tov with Shabbat additions

Daven Mincha before Shkiya

7:32 PM

Ma’ariv (Begin saying V'ten Bracha); We do not say V’Yhi Noam and V’Atah Kadosh- Count 3rd day of the Omer

Shabbat ends - Recite regular havdalah

8:13 PM

Sunday, April 12 – Monday, April 13 - Chol Hamoed

Shacharit (Latest time to say Shema)

Sof Z’man Tefillah (Latest time to say Shacharit)

9:36 AM; 9:35 AM

10:42 AM; 10:42 AM

Daven Mincha before Shkiya

7:33 PM; 7:34 PM

Ma’ariv- Sunday Count 4th day of the Omer Monday Count 5th day of the Omer

Tuesday, April 14 - Erev Yom Tov

Shacharit (Latest time to say Shema)

Sof Z’man Tefillah (Latest time to say Shacharit)

9:34 AM

10:41 AM

Daven Mincha before Shkiya

7:35 PM

Candle-lighting for Yom Tov (no Shehechiyanu)

before 7:17 pm

Ma’ariv- Count 6th day of the Omer

Wednesday, April 15 - Seventh day of Pesach

Shacharit (Latest time to say Shema)

Sof Z’man Tefillah (Latest time to say Shacharit)

9:34 AM

10:40 AM

Daven Mincha before Shkiya

7:36 PM

Candle-lighting for Yom Tov (no Shehechiyanu)

After 8:16 PM

Ma’ariv- Count 7th day of the Omer

Thursday, April 16 - Eighth day of Pesach

Shacharit for Yom Tov (Latest time to say Shema)

Sof Z’man Tefillah (Latest time to say Shacharit)

9:33 AM

10:40 AM

Recite Yizkor

Musaf for Yom Tov

Daven Mincha before Shkiya

7:37 PM

Havdalah for end of Yom Tov (Boray Pri Hagafen and Hamavdil only)

8:18 PM

Ma’ariv- Count 8th day of the Omer

Earliest time to unpack your Chametz

9:00 PM

 

FAQ

When should I do Bedikat Chametz?
April 7 at night after 8PM
 

What about Siyyum Bechorim
One may make a siyyum on a masechet of Mishnayot for oneself or join an online siyyum. We will be doing 2 online siyyums

8AM https://zoom.us/j/358161193?pwd=ODZrTnVBTHNSS1J3ZExHN2dOcUVFZz09

9AM https://zoom.us/j/228783005?pwd=d1p5WkdRc0tSRXE3NlpCNnpvY2xmdz09

According to R. Yosef Eliyahu Henkin zt”l those  who are unable to be at a siyyum may donate the amount of money equal to a day’s worth of meals to tzedaka.  

When is the final time to eat Chametz? 
April 8 10:45AM.   
 

When is the final time to burn Chametz?
April 8 11:50AM
 

Are we burning Chametz?
Usually we would burn Chametz together.  Unfortunately, this year that will not be possible.  R. Hershel Schachter has advised against using fire this year for reasons of Halacha and safety.  Halachikally, it’s unclear if a small fire will sufficiently destroy Chametz before Pesach. Further, it’s unsafe to have every family lighting fires in their yards.  Therefore, better to rid your house of any Chametz by putting it in a public bin and saving some small pieces of bread to crumble (and safely) flush down the toilet.  
 

What time should I light Candles?
Candle Lighting is at 7:11PM

When can I start the Seder?
The Seder cannot begin until after nightfall which is 8:08PM on the first night and 8:10PM on the second night of Pesach

Eruv Tavshilin

Everyone should please remember to make an eruv Tavshilin before Yom Tov on Wednesday, April 8th to allow for cooking on Friday of Yom Tov for Shabbos. 

https://www.artscroll.com/images/download/EruvTavshilin.pdf 

https://www.aish.com/h/hh/rh/guide/48972096.html?mobile=yes

 

Prayers

Though there will unfortunately be no minyan in shul, members should try to keep to the normal prayer times.   If there is need you may borrow a siddur from the shul.  

 

Hallel

Some have the practice to recite Hallel after Maariv on the first 2 nights of Pesach.  This year, Hallel should NOT be recited at Maariv, even if that is your family’s minhag, as Hallel at night may only be recited with a minyan.  

Hallel at the Seder should be recited as written in the Haggadah.  

Hallel after Shacharit should be recited as usual: whole Hallel on the first 2 days of Pesach and half Hallel the rest of the days. 

 

Tefilat Tal

Generally, we recite the prayer for dew during Musaf on the first day of Yom Tov.  This prayer may only be recited with a minyan.  

Even without the prayer for dew, an individual should NOT say mashiv haruach at Musaf on the first day of Pesach.  Instead a person should say Morid Hatal - even if that is not your minhag.  

After that Musaf, one should recite prayers as usual and as is your practice.  

If you mistakenly say mashiv haruach you must repeat silent prayer.  

 

Yizkor

The Yizkor prayer should be recited even individually.  A person should light a candle as is practice.   

Rav Hershel Schachter has recommended that synagogues organize a Zoom Yizkor during Chol Hamoed Pesach.  Look to your email during Chol Hamoed for an invitation.

Those who have yahrzeit during this time should learn Mishnayot and give tzedaka in lieu of Kaddish. 

 

Omer 

Please remember to count the Omer after nightfall on the second night of Pesach and each night that follows.  

If you forgot to count in the evening, you may count the following day without a Bracha. 

You may continue to count with a Bracha as long as you did not miss an entire day of counting.  

 

Leining 

Ideally each person should read the appropriate portion of leining when they daven each day. 

 

 

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