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  • Amiel BaKehila – Shabbat Dinner, March 27

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    POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

    Uplifting musical Kabbalat Shabbat Services are followed by a beautiful and delicious Community Shabbat Dinner, featuring a discussion with Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider, “Passover: The Night that Unites”.

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing. Non-members: $18/each (suggested donation)

  • Amiel BaKehila – Shabbat Lunch, March 28

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    POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS

    Community Shabbat Lunch & Discussion with Rabbi Aaron Goldscheider, “Lean On Me: How, When and Why (at the Passover Seder)”

    FREE for Friends of KBR Members in good standing.

    Non-members: $10/each (suggested donation).

  • Be a Passover Sponsor

    Suggested: $180.00

    By becoming a Passover sponsor, you provide critically-needed support to help Kol BeRamah continue bringing Torah classes, Jewish programming, and religious services to the Santa Fe community at this critical time.

  • Community Second Seder

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    Join Rabbi & Rabinessa Kelman for a Meaningful, Song-Filled Seder. Thursday Night, April 9: Evening Services, 8pm Seder Begins Promptly Afterward
    $54/Adult, Students & Children join for FREE! Bring a friend! After your first ticket, additional adult tickets, 1/2 price. Space is limited — RSVP soon to secure your seats! Co-Sponsorships ($180) include admission for 2 adults.

  • Hand Shmura Matza

    Suggested: $28.00

    Only available if you pre-ordered.

    $28 each. You can add to this amount if you would like.

  • Passover Sale of Chametz

    Fill out the form below. Please make sure that it has been submitted before Friday, April 6, 2020.

    The sale of chametz is an important law, the observance of which is necessary for the maintenance of the Passover Kashruth of the Jewish home. Chametz that is retained by a Jew during the holiday may NOT be used after the holiday unless it was previously sold through the procedure prescribed by Jewish law. Our religion provides for the legal sale of chametz with the Rabbi generally acting as agent.

    This sale is not a legal fiction. In order to demonstrate its efficacy, a reasonable donation should accompany the form.