REQUEST YOUR

SHMURAH MATZAH

NO CHARGE—LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Although we may be physically apart, we are still thinking of you! We would like to send special Shmurah Matzah to you for your seder!


Although you can use any Kosher for Passover matzah (fun fact, not all matzah is. Double check the box to make sure!) it is a unique mitzvah to partake of hand baked Shmurah Matzah at the seder.


Please note, we would love to send to everyone but as there are limited supplies, we may have to close the form early

SEDER-2Go

DIY SEDER IN A BOX

NO CHARGE—LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Any student, community member, or visitor in Harrisonburg or the surrounding areas can request a Passover Package so they can do the Seders while staying at home.

Please request your SEDER-2Go package below.

There's no charge and limited availability.

SELL YOUR CHAMETZ

ONLINE

On the holiday of Passover, we are commanded not to have any chametz in our possession. Any food that is made out of grain that has been allowed to rise (ferment) is chametz. Common chametz items include bread, cakes, breakfast cereals, pastas, many liquors and more. Any chametz that was in the possession of a Jew during Passover is forbidden, even after Passover ends. This applies even if the chametz is locked up and out of sight.

So what is someone to do if they want to hold on to their prized Scotch collection or freezer full of challah?

The solution (as explained in the Code of Jewish Law, O.C. 448) is the “Sale of Chametz,” in which the food is sold to a non-Jew before Passover. After the holiday, the non-Jew sells it back, and it can once again be enjoyed.

 

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