Once again and with help from the Almighty, for the last time, Pesach is going to be very different this year and local communities will be in touch with members to outline initiatives and ideas to enable families to celebrate Pesach, despite the exigencies of the Covid-19 virus.
Some local shops are carrying stock too, including Tescos, Morrisons and Sainsburys – also LaBoucherie and Deliphone., but please let us know of other sources using contact form.
Selling your Chametz:
Pesach Timings 2021: (Courtesy of the United Synagogue)
The Shabbat and Festival times listed below are for London and this area only.
** Click here to see special guidelines to be followed this year, when Erev Pesach fall on Shabbat
*** British summer time starts 1.00am
|Tzav Shabbat Hagadol/Erev Pesach**|
|Thu 25th March||Search for chametz (nacht) from||7.13pm|
|Fri 26th March||Last time for burning chametz||11.04am|
|Fri 26th March||Light candles||6.09pm|
|Sat 27th March||Latest time for eating chametz||10.00am|
|Sat 27th March||Shabbat concludes||7.13pm***|
|First Days Pesach|
|Sat 27th March||Light candles after||7.13pm***|
|Sun 28th March||Light candles after||8.14pm|
|Mon 29th March||Yom Tov concludes||8.16pm|
|Pesach 7th Day/Shabbat and Pesach 8th Day|
|Fri 2nd April||Light candles||7.21pm|
|Sat 3rd April||Shabbat concludes/light candles after||8.25pm|
|Sun 4th April||Pesach concludes||8.27pm|
|At the conclusion of Pesach it is advisable to wait until the rabbi has repurchased the chametz before eating any sold chametz food products|