Shavuot Delaware Park

Relive the Sinai experience as we read the 10 Commandments, commemorating the Giving of The Torah 3,334 years ago. Magical Bubble Show! Hear The Ten Commandments from the Torah Special Shavuot Craft for kids Scavenger Hunt Creamiest cheesecake & Ice Cream Fun Prizes Free of charge! Sponsorships available. Bonus: RSVPContinue Reading

April 15-23 2022 – Nissan 14-22 Thursday, April 14 Bedikat Chametz Search for Chametz: 8:27pm  Friday, April 15 Finish Eating Chametz before: 11:00am Sell and Burn Chametz before: 12:08pm   Candle Lighting: 7:40pm Ma’ariv Services: 8:00pm Community Passover Seder: 8:15pm Saturday, April 161st Day of Pesach Services  10:00am  Kiddush Luncheon:Continue Reading

We’ve re-thought the traditional Haggadah with you in mind. Whether you’re on your own or with a crowd, a veteran or a newbie, if you want to make your Seder an exciting and meaningful experience you want this Haggadah. The Haggadah made waves and transformed seder tables last year.Continue Reading

Sell Chametz Buffalo Chabad

Note: The deadline for submissions is 8:00am (Buffalo time) on April 15, 2022. After that time try selling with Chabad Rabbi in Hawaii by clicking here.Continue Reading

Matzah Buffalo Chabad

Matzah plays a central role on the Holiday of Passover and goes by many names. ‘Bread of Faith’, ‘Bread of Affliction’, ‘Bread of Healing’… It reminds us of our humble origins and about the unique and powerful relationship we share with G‑d. This year use the real stuff!  Order your authentic,Continue Reading

Passover Seder Buffalo Chabad

CELEBRATE YOUR FREEDOM THIS PASSOVER WITH FAMILY, FRIENDS AND COMMUNITY IN THE HEART OF BUFFALO!Join us for a Passover Seder you will remember for a lifetime! Friday, April 15 – 8:15 PM At Rabbi’s Home 1016 Lafayette Ave, Buffalo NY 14209 Relive the exodus, discover the eternal meaning of the HaggadahContinue Reading

Chabad Buffalo

Purim is coming right up! We’ll be having a Purim celebration in the Downtown Area for the first time this year, and would love to have you come attend. Thursday, March 17th, 2022, 6:00PMat 1016 Lafayette Ave, Buffalo NY 14209 We’ll have some great Purim food, a Megillah reading, andContinue Reading

Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021 at 5:00 PMAt Niagara Square, across Buffalo City Hall, Buffalo, NY Show your Jewish Pride & Light up the Darkness! Join us for the Grand Menorah Lighting Ceremony as we celebrate the spirit of love & unity in the Downtown Buffalo community. Hot Latkes & SufganiyotContinue Reading


1. Sukkot Starts on a Full Moon The Jewish Holiday of Sukkot begins at nightfall before the 15th of the Jewish (lunar) month of Tishrei, when the moon is at its zenith. It continues for another seven days before leading directly into the holiday of Shemini Atzeret/Simchat Torah. 2. Sukkot Is the Holiday of Shelters The holiday ofContinue Reading

Tashlich comes from the Hebrew word meaning “to cast,” referring to the intent to cast away our sins via this meaningful and ancient Jewish custom common to both Ashkenazi and Sephardic communities. Tashlich is usually performed on the first day of Rosh Hashanah. If the first day of Rosh Hashanah falls on Shabbat, Tashlich is done on the second dayContinue Reading