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Passover Resources

Visit our Passover page for all your passover resources including Chametz Sale Forms, Schedule, Kosher for Passover local caterers and restaurants, Guide to Kashering, Haggadah order, and more. 

VISIT OUR PASSOVER PAGE HERE

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

This is an extremely tough time for many, and although we know many of our members are aware of resources and organizations, we nevertheless put together a list of organizations available and other community resources during this time, for your convenience.

VISIT THE COMMUNITY PAGE HERE

COMMUNITY WHATSAPP GROUPS

If you wish to receive our regular podcasts or videos, please join one or more of the following groups using the links:

1. PESACH 2020 - a place to post Pesach questions and to listen to brief podcasts on the topic of Pesach. Join here

2. Daily 5-minute parsha thought Join here
3. Daily Daf Yomi shiur (approx. 40 minutes) Join here
4. Parsha shiurim (approx. 1 hour) Join here
5. Pesach shiurim (approx. 1 hour) Join here
6. YINBH Videos (varying lengths and subjects) Join here
7. YINBH Community - a place to share thoughts and tips about the current situation Join here

You can download WhatsApp here

A MESSAGE FROM YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY RABBIS ABOUT THE CURRENT SITUATION

Dear Members & Friends
 
Yesterday, together with numerous other LA rabbis, I heard from Rabbi Dr. Aaron Glatt of New York, an infectious disease expert and Assistant Rabbi at Young Israel of Woodmere, and Dr. Rick Riggs, Chief Medical Officer at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in charge of overseeing Cedar’s response to the Coronavirus. 
 
After listening to them and subsequent deliberation, and with very heavy hearts, we have come to the collective conclusion that our shuls and schools must remain closed until further notice, in other words, until such time as we can be certain that opening them will not expose those who attend to the virus and its potentially fatal outcome.
 
On that basis, together with 20 other rabbis, I have cosigned the attached letter, to convey our united front regarding this issue, and to share vital safety information with the community at this difficult time. Please read the letter carefully.
 
If you have any questions or comments, please do not hesitate, even for a moment, to reach out, and I will do my best to address your concerns or answer your queries. 
 
In the meantime, my cell number is (310) 499-3407, and I am ready and available to receive your calls. I will also endeavor to be in touch with all of our members by phone during the course of the next few days. If you have a preferred number for me to call, please reply to this email with that phone number.
 
In the meantime, I will be sending out short snippets and longer shiurim on the various WhatsApp groups we have initiated. Please join them. If you need help joining the groups please call the office.
 
May God help us all at this difficult time and enable us to overcome the effects of this terrible situation. 
 
And just remember, good times follow bad times, and within a matter of weeks — or at most months — we will all be back to normal, and the world will bounce back from the challenges we are currently facing. With God’s help this will happen sooner rather than later.
 
Rabbi Pini Dunner
 
 
Sat, April 4 2020 10 Nisan 5780