Sell Your Chametz!

The Torah instructs us that during Passover we are to eat no leavened foods, known in Hebrew as chametz, nor are we to even have those foods in our possession. To fulfill the mitzvah of ridding ourselves of chametz, we traditionally engage in several practices. 

First Night WJC Zoom Seder

Wednesday, April 5, 5–8pm ET, ONLINE ONLY
Rabbi Noyo will guide us through our Feast of Freedom, sharing a haggadah they have put together, including blessings, songs, and teachings.

Second Night Seder at the WJC

Thursday, April 6, 5–8pm, IN PERSON ONLY
In keeping with a longstanding WJC tradition, please join us for our second night community seder to celebrate in person for the first time since the pandemic began!

In The Voice Of Our Mothers
 — A New Way to Tell the Story of Passover

Saturday, April 8th, 3pm. IN PERSON ONLY
Come along with us on our wild and imaginative ride as we together set our intention to experience a Passover adventure with a little bit of ritual and a lot of creativity and storytelling.

Shabbat Learn and Play

Saturdays in May, starting May 6
Learn and Play family programming is for children ages 4-6. We will explore Torah stories through craft, outdoor play, stories, and song.

A Jewish Book Club! with Rabbi Ellen Triebwasser

Tuesdays, 1-2:15pm ET
On February 28, we will start our new book, Here All Along: Finding Meaning, Spirituality, and a Deeper Connection to Life—in Judaism by Sarah Hurwitz.

“A Shtickele Toyrah” (A Bit of Torah)

Mondays at 9–9:15am ET
Start the week off with a taste of the weekly Torah portion.