April 15, 2022, 7:00 am
Every year, on the eve of Passover, there is an obligation on firstborn children to have a fast day, expressing their gratefulness in being spared during the 10th plague which struck down the Egyptian firstborns. We celebrate a siyyum, or the completion of a significant amount of Torah study, which is followed by a celebratory meal in lieu of the fast. This year we will be studying the Tractate Tamid with Rabbi Daniel Vaisrub.
Join us in person, or join our morning service virtually via the link below.
This program is sponsored by the Jack Goldman Siyyum Fund.