Donate Food to the Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry

Please donate boxes of cereal or other items on the Pantry’s Amazon wish list of current needs.
Remember: the Pantry CANNOT accept expired food. Please check the expiration dates.

Preparing for Passover

We will help you to prep, find a seat, get a meal and seder plate, feed the hungry, and more!

Plan Your Seder

Passover: One Year Into a Pandemic by Rabbis Lisa Sacks and Aaron Brusso

Link includes our clergy’s recommendations for Urchatz, Yachatz, Magid, and Rachtzah as well as a list of other resources they recommend.

No matter how you’re gathering this Passover, make the most of your family’s seder with Download a premade haggadah, or mix and match to create a customized experience. Join the community of over half a million people making beautiful and meaningful seders with

“30 Days of Passover”

Formatted as a series of daily social media posts, each day will feature a bit of Passover trivia or “fun fact” about the Chag. Our members can access the posts by simply following on either or

Give Your Passover Table a Makeover!

Sisterhood Judaica Shop – All Passover merchandise 40% off!


Kashrut Guidance from the Rabbinical Assembly

Including special leniencies continuing this year for Pesah 5781

Join us for services!

Thursday, March 25, 8:00 a.m. – Morning Minyan and Siyyum B’chorim (study in lieu of Fast of the First Born)
(Note the date. Due to Shabbat, siyyum is not the morning of the first Seder.)
Sunday, March 28, 9:30 a.m. – Yontif Service (note change in time from regular Sunday minyan)
Monday, March 29, 9:30 a.m. – Yontif Service (Note change of time from regular Monday minyan)
Friday, April 2, 6:30 p.m. – Shabbat/Yontif Service
Saturday, April 3, 9:30 a.m. – Shabbat/Yontif Service
Sunday, April 4, 9:30 a.m. – Yontif Service with Yizkor (note change of time from regular Sunday minyan)
We invite all those who lost a loved one over the past year during the pandemic to write a few sentences about their loved one and share at our Yizkor service. Please contact Rabbi Brusso and Ilana to let them know that you would like to participate.

Community Partners

Westchester Jewish Council’s Pride Passover Webpage and Videos

We hope these resources will help you personally connect to Passover traditions and inspire you to create an inclusive Passover Seder. The Exodus story can resonate with each of us, either through traditional or new rituals. We are all enriched by our diverse Jewish community.

Past Programs for Passover 2021

Seder Meals and Seder Plates by René León Catering

Sign up by Shabbat on Friday, March 19 (or first come, first served).

Pickup: Friday, March 26, 1:45-2:30 p.m. and 3:30-4:30 p.m. at Bet Torah

Why Is This Seder Different From All Other Seders?

Thursday, March 18, 6:30-7:30 p.m. on

A crowdsourcing session with teachings from Rabbis Brusso and Sacks to help you prepare for your seder.

Enhancing Your Young Family Passover Seder in the Pandemic with Morah Mindy

Tuesday, March 16, 8:30 p.m. on

Featuring “Ask the Rabbi” with Rabbi Brusso.

Bring a copy of My Very Own Haggadah (given out by NS), if you have one.

Seder Matching

Do you have “room” at your zoom seder? Need a “seat” at a zoom seder, let us know and we are happy to match you up!

Deadline: Tuesday, March 23


Men’s Club Wine Sale

Click here for our unique code so Bet Torah gets credit for the sale. 

Orders must be in by Tuesday, March 23, 11:00 a.m. to guarantee delivery by Passover in New York. Learn more about this year’s wine sale.

Sell Your Chametz

Sell your chametz online and donate to Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger. We expect the number of people experiencing food insecurity to grow this year.

Deadline: Thursday, March 26.

Tuesday, March 30, 4:30-5:30 p.m. – Add to calendar.

For teens in 7th grade + TLC and a parent/grandparent

Community Partners

AJC Westchester/Fairfield Virtual Interfaith/Intergroup Passover Seder

Tuesday, March 30, 5:00-6:00 p.m. Registration required for Zoom link

Celebrate the central themes of the holiday of Passover: redemption, freedom, and education – themes that resonate far beyond the Jewish community and reach across religions and backgrounds. This event will include representatives and leaders from religious and ethnic groups throughout our region, including Rabbi Brusso.

Pride Passover webpage with your community to inspire them to personally connect to Passover and create an inclusive Seder.