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PASSOVER AT HOME

You experienced FREEDOM, now what?
Here’s how you can take the next steps to bring in Passover like a pro.

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Leading your own seder is a lot simpler than it seems. Why? Because you have your cheat sheet right in front of you.

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What is chametz? Chametz is any food product made from wheat, barley, rye, oats or spelt that has come into contact with...

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Charoset, Borscht and Horseradish recipes with a home made feel that will bring a special flare to your seder.

If you have any questions or need help with arrangements for Passover this year, please contact one of the Chabad centers in Metro-Detroit listed below.

 

Chabad House of
Ann Arbor

734-995-3276

Chabad of Commerce

248-363-3644

Chabad House Lubavitch of Eastern Michigan (Flint)

810-230-0770

Chabad Student Center at MSU (Lansing)

347-515-4079

The Shul

248-788-4000

Chabad-Lubavitch of Bingham Farms

248-688-6796

Chabad of Greater Downtown Detroit

313-744-3770

F.R.E.E. Russian Jewry Center

248-833-0018

Chabad of Novi

248-790-6075

Chabad Jewish Center of Troy

631-552-6030

Chabad Jewish Center of Bloomfield Hills

248-949-6210

Chabad House of Farmington Hills

248-855-2910

Friendship Circle

248-788-7878

Royal Oak Jewish Center - Chabad

248-890-6480

Chabad Jewish Centre, Windsor, Ontario

519-256-2572