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Celebrate Pesah 5780 with Shearith Israel. Learn how we are adjusting our Pesah experience and resources to meet the COVID-19 crisis.  

Passover Guide

We are distributing the Passover Guide from our sister congregation Mikveh Israel of Philadelphia.

Prayer and Preparation Schedules

Consult detailed Pesah prayer and preparation schedules.

Sale of Hametz and Maot Hittim

Sell your Hametz and donate to Maot Hittim through Shearith Israel.

Rabbi Soloveichik Pre-Pesah Shiur Series

Rabbi Soloveichik will be delivering a series of shiurim leading up to Pesah, in lieu of a Taanit Behorot siyyum. Stay tuned for details.

Passover Shopping Options

A list of markets and caterers who are offering Passover options. We are also offering a Pesah-in-a-Box for convenient ordering for individuals or groups that are making a haggadah (seder) this year. 

Virtual Young Women & Girls' Shir HaShirim Reading

Don't let this crisis get in the way of one of our most beautiful traditions!

Teen Girls' Shir HaShirim 2018

The young women in our synagogue, ages 12-18, will read The Song of Songs for the congregation.

Shabbat HaGadol Derasha

 Hear Rabbi Soloveichik's Shabbat HaGadol Derasha: "The Last Passover in the Temple: Pesah, 70 CE"

Matzah Baking

CSI Youth is invited to join PTTS as we experience the popular Model Matzah Bakery, with Rabbi Yisroel Fried of Chabad of the West Side. 


Pre-Pesah Shabbat Dinner

Following evening services ease your Pesah preparations and join us for a lovely buffet dinner. Preferred pricing for members.  

Teen Girls' Shir Hashirim 2017

After Musaf on the Shabbat of Pesah, the teen girls of the synagogue read The Song of Songs in the Main Sanctuary for the congregation. 

Twenty First Street Cemetery

In August of 1829, Shearith Israel’s third cemetery was consecrated.  It was located on Twenty First Street just west of Sixth Avenue

West 11th Street Cemetery

The West Eleventh Street cemetery, the second historic cemetery of Congregation Shearith Israel, was consecrated on February 27, 1805.