A note from Rabbi Tendler

The most celebrated of Jewish rituals around the world is that of the Passover
Seder – as we taste, re-enact, sing, and tell the story of our ancestors’ redemption from slavery in ancient Egypt. During the festive meal, we journey throughout history, considering our individual and communal roles in redemption today. Together, we will march towards hope and freedom, see wonders, and give thanks for the abundant blessings in our lives. Dayenu. I look forward to celebrating the festival of freedom with you.

Festival Services

Festival Programming

Second Night Community Seder

Beth Tikvah Synagogue Invites You To Our Second Night Community Seder Led By Rabbi Susie Tendler! To see the menu and make…

Israeli Brunch Pesach-Style

Lets join together and experience an Israeli brunch at Beth Tikvah with Pesach-style food that includes homemade Shakshukah and Matzah Brei. Registration…

Rabbinical Assembly Pesach Guide 5783

 This year’s Pesach guide is a brief outline of the policies and procedures relevant to the preparation of a kosher for Pesach home in accordance with the principles of Conservative Judaism and its understanding of Jewish Law.


Passover Customs

Sell Your Chametz

Please fill out the Sell Your Chametz form to authorize Rabbi Tendler to sell your chametz before Tuesday, April 4th at 5:00…

Other Seder Needs

Seder Needs

It is the responsibility of the ENTIRE community to ensure that each of its members has the basic requirements for Seder. If you, or someone you know, does not have access this year for whatever reason (financial, lack of availability, etc), please don’t hesitate to call Rabbi Tendler at (604) 271-6262 or e-mail her so we can make sure everyone can celebrate the holiday!

Chabad Richmond Pesach Fruit & Vegetable Program

In preparation for Pesach, Chabad Richmond has once again made arrangements for purchasing quality fruits and vegetables by the case at a discounted rate.
Chabad CAN NOT offer 1/2 cases if you wish to share a case you will need to pick up the full case and split it at home.
Orders must be placed by March 29th
Apples | Bananas | Beets
Carrots | Oranges | Butternut Squash
Lemons | Tomatoes | Cantaloupe
Onions | Sweet potatoes | English Cucumbers
Potatoes | Romain lettuce
Complimentary Horseradish 1 per order.
CLICK HERE to place your order
Pick up Monday, April 3rd between 3:00-6:00 pm
@ Beth Tikvah’s front parking lot, 9711 Geal Rd.