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Pesach might not be easy, but Beth Aaron is here to help!

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Passover Guide 

Click here for Rabbi Rothwachs' Passover Guide.



Mechirat Chametz

Complete the Mechirat Chametz Form: 
Mechirat Chametz Form

Schedule a time to meet with Rabbi Rothwach: 
Mechirat Chametz Signup

Utensil Kashering

On Sunday, April 14,  from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m., all are invited to kasher their utensils for Pesach at the shul. Since we are providing this as a service for the community, please do not
bring an excessive number of utensils. Utensils being kashered should not be used for at least 24 hours beforehand. Only utensils that can be scrubbed clean may be kashered. Items with narrow cracks, crevices, deep scratches or other areas that cannot be cleaned cannot be kashered. We do not kasher glass utensils.

Maot Chittim

“Maot Chittim” refers to the centuries-old custom of gathering
wheat to provide the poor with matza and other items for the
observance of Pesach. Donate at

Pre-Pesach Meals

The Beth Aaron Men’s Club is offering Shabbat ha-Gadol meals, both Friday night dinner on April 19 after the plag minyan and Shabbat lunch on April 20. You can sign up for one or both meals. Friday night dinner will be Chinese food and Shabbat lunch will be traditional Shabbat foods. There is a strict signup deadline of Wednesday, April 10, and there are a limited amount of seats, so sign-up is first- come, first-served.

Sign up by clicking HERE.

Sponsorships are available. 


Pesach Hospitality

The Pesach hospitality campaign has begun. If you or someone
you know would like to be a host or guest, click here for the form, pick one up in the lobby, or contact Joshua Zakheim,,
646-881-3452. “Don’t be shy, apply!” 

Matzoh Sale


Sisterhood is offering handmade shmura matzoh from Lakewood Matzoh. The deadline to order has been extended to this Sunday, March 31. To place an order, click HERE. For questions, contact Gabrielle Silverberg,


Sun, April 14 2024 6 Nisan 5784