Schedule of Passover Services & Candle Lighting

EREV PESACH & FIRST DAYS:

Friday, April 19

Morning Prayer: 7:45 am 
Siyum for the firstborn: 8:15 am 
Eat Chametz until: 11:09 am 
Sell & Burn Chametz by: 12:14 pm 

Mincha & Evening Prayers: 7:15 pm 
Candle Lighting: 7:28 pm 
1st Communal Seder: 8:00 pm 

Saturday, April 20 - 1st Day Passover 
Morning Prayer: 9:00 am 
Mincha & Evening Prayers: 7:15 pm 
Candle Lighting after 8:22 pm 
2nd Communal Seder: 8:00 pm 

Sunday, April 21 - 2nd Day Passover 
Morning Prayer: 9:00 am 
Mincha Prayer: 7:30 pm 
Evening Prayer/Holiday ends: 8:23 pm

CHOL HAMOED:

Monday through Thursday, April 22 through April 25
Morning Prayer: 7:45 am 
Mincha Prayer: 7:30 pm 

LAST DAYS:
Thursday, April 25 - 6th Day Passover 
Mincha & Evening Prayers: 7:30 pm 
Candle Lighting: 7:31 pm

Friday, April 26  - 7th Day Passover  
Morning Prayer: 9:00 am 
Mincha & Evening Prayers: 7:30 pm 
Candle Lighting no later then 7:32 pm

Saturday, April 28 - 8th Day Passover 
Morning Prayer: 9:00 am 
Yizkor Service: 10:15 am 
Mincha followed by Moshiach Meal: 6:45 pm 
Evening Prayer/Holiday ends: 8:26pm 

Blessings for the Shabbat & Festival Candles on April 19:

Ba-ruch a-ta a-do-nai e-lo-hei-nu me-lech ha bi-m-itz-vo-sav vi-tzi-va- nu l-had-lik ner shel Shabbos v’shel yom tov. 

Ba-ruch a-ta a-do-nai e-lo-hei-nu me-lech ha  she-he-chi-ya-nu vi-ki-yi-ma-nu vi-hi-gi-a-nu liz-man ha-zeh

Blessings for the Festival Candles on April 20: 
Light candles from an existing flame 
Ba-ruch a-ta a-do-nai e-lo-hei-nu me-lech ha bi-m-itz-vo-sav vi-tzi-va- nu l-had-lik ner shel yom tov.

Ba-ruch a-ta a-do-nai e-lo-hei-nu me-lech ha she-he-chi-ya-nu vi-ki-yi-ma-nu vi-hi-gi-a-nu liz-man ha-zeh. 

Blessings for the Festival Candles on April 25:

Ba-ruch a-ta a-do-nai e-lo-hei-nu me-lech ha bi-m-itz-vo-sav vi-tzi-va- nu l-had-lik ner shel yom tov. 

Blessings for the Shabbat & Festival Candles on April 26:

Light candles from an existing flame 

Ba-ruch a-ta a-do-nai e-lo-hei-nu me-lech ha bi-m-itz-vo-sav vi-tzi-va- nu l-had-lik ner shel Shabbos v’shel yom tov.