Welcome to Temple Beth Tzedek                                    

A Conservative shul in pleasant North-suburban Buffalo, NY, with both egalitarian and non-egalitarian services, outstanding leadership, and activities for every age group

On Schedule

Passover Schedule

Thursday April 18 (After sunset) / 14 Nisan -       Bedikat Hametz  (Search for leaven)

Friday April 19 Fast of First Born  
      7.00 AM Morning minyan, followed by Siyum and Breakfast (to exempt first-born from fasting)
      6.00 PM  Mincha/Ma’ariv
             Seder at Homes  / 15 Nisan

Non-egalitarian services in the minyan room for Passover will be held at 9:30 am on April 20, 21 & 26, 27. No evening non-egalitarian Passover services will be held.

Egalitarian services scheduled as below.

Saturday  April 20  10 AM  Shacharit - morning Service - Note start time
Junior Congregation
No Mincha/Ma’ariv

       Second Seder at Homes  16  Nisan

Sunday  April 21  10 AM  Shacharit - morning Service - Note start time
    7.45   Mincha/Ma’ariv followed by Havdallah

    Yom Tov ends at 8.20 

Monday April 22 through Thurs April 25
7.15  AM   Shacharit – Morning service
6.00 PM    Mincha – Afternoon service
                  (Thurs April 25 – followed by Yom Tov Ma’ariv)

Friday April 26
9.00 AM      Shacharit Morning Service
6.00 PM       Mincha/Ma’ariv

Saturday April 27
9.00 AM   Shacharit  Morning Service
 Yizkor – approx.  11 AM
7.30 PM   Mincha/Ma’ariv

8.32 PM   End of Shabbat and Yom Tov


  • Wednesday mornings after minyan - study of Maimonides
  • Wednesday evenings after minyan - Insights into the Siddur


Camping funds appeal

Jewish leaders denounce Representative Omar's Antisemitic words

April Shofar


Authorize R. Barth to sell your chametz
Background info on chametz sale
Rabbinical Assembly Pesach guide

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