Resources for Passover 5782

Passover begins at sundown on Friday, April 15 and ends at sundown on Friday, April 22. At Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation, the following Passover-related events are scheduled:

Friday, April 15 at 4:00pm
Early Shabbat Service
Bring the soul and peace of Shabbat into your hearts with this early service before the start of Passover. 

Monday, April 18 at 7:00pm
Megillat Shir HaShirim
Join Cantor Roger to explore the megillot (the scrolls) from the Book of Writings. Our sages assigned these different scrolls to particular holidays. Contact the assistant to the Office of Lifelong Learning Beth Meade-Hession at 317-255-6647 to register for this class.

Friday, April 22 at 10:30am
Festival & Yizkor Service
A morning remembrance service held on the final day of Passover.

The Sisterhood Gift Shop is open for all of your Passover needs.
Come swing by to shop Tuesday-Friday from 10:00am-2:00pm.

Below are some resources to help you and your family observe this remembrance of the Jewish people’s Exodus from Egypt.

What is the Passover story? Read about it here. 

The Haggadah is the book used during the Passover Seder that is basically the step by step guide to help us retell the story. Every family/synagogue uses a different Haggadah and they make themed ones as well. You can create your own Haggadah that fits your family’s traditions by clicking here.

Here are the most common blessings used during the Passover seder.

We also refrain from eating leavened foods during Passover, which changes how we typically eat. There are plenty of recipes out there that can help get you through Passover including:

IHC Sisterhood’s Passover Possibilities Cook Book 

A free Passover recipe book from

10 Passover recipes from around the world

Recipes from