Calling all children!
If you are not doing a Passover chametz hunt at home or you just want another one, join Temple Torat Emet at our first ever synagogue-wide CHAMETZ HUNT!

Come Thursday, April 18, 6:30pm (feel free to bring bread, pasta, crackers, cereal or other “chametz” from home) to do an evening flashlight hunt for hidden chametz around the shul. Parents should accompany children Kindergarten and younger. We will do the blessings before and after the search, as well as light a small bonfire to burn the chametz for Passover.

Children will be able to exchange found chametz for a Passover marshmallows that parents can roast in the bonfire.

It should be a modern twist on ancient Passover tradition, meant to impact your children for years to come in what we do to start Passover…besides the seder. Leave with a small book of tried and favorite Passover recipes to keep your family happy with Passover food all week long. Let’s help enrich our childrens’ Jewish experiences with fun, sensory holiday experiences as a community. I hope to see you there.

RSVP by Monday 4/15/19 to Stacey Ripin at or 561-251-3549.

Happy Passover!

All the best,

Stacey Ripin
Director of Youth Activities and Community Outreach
Temple Torat Emet
8600 Jog Road, Boynton Beach, FL 33472