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 Pesach Classes    |    Utensil & Pot Kashering    |
Fast of the Firstborn    |    Utensil (Keilim) Toveling    |
Kosher Pesach Caterers & Stores

Pesach Classes:

  • Shopping for Pesach: Guidelines & Tips: Rabbi Reuven Stein - 3/24, Click to Listen
  • "Why Re-invent the Pesach Wheel, Just Improve it!"BENA  
    3/29, Click to listen

  • Pre-Pesach Cooking Demo: "Keeping it Clean and Healthy" S.F. Berkowitz, 3/31, Click Here to Listen
  • Kashering Your Kitchen and Utensils: Demonstration and Guidelines Rabbi Yaakov Zehnwirth,
    Monday, March 30, 9:00pm,
    Listen Here
  • Cleaning for Pesach and Searching for Chometz: It doesn't take 14 days of Isolation! Rabbi Dov Foxbrunner,
    Tuesday, March 31, 9:00pm,
    Click here to listen
  • "Experiencing Internal Freedom" Mrs. Rivka Foxbrunner, Sunday, April 5, 9:00pm, VBJ Zoom

  • Haggadah Highlights Podcast: Rabbi Dov Foxbrunner

Utensil & Pot Kashering:

Due to health concerns, we are unable to provide community pot kashering this year. On Monday, March 30, Rabbi Zenwirth of the AKC gave a class on kashering. If you have specific questions about how to kasher your items at home, or have extenuating circumstances, please email Rabbi Dov Foxbrunner.  


Fast of the Firstborn:

It is customary for firstborn men to fast on Erev Pesach. It is also customary to attend a siyum celebrating the completion of a portion of Torah study.  Since we are unable to host a live siyum, there will be opportunities to attend online siyumim that will be held at intervals throughout the morning, to be announced closer to Erev Pesach. 

 Utensil (Keilim) Toveling

For now, the Keilim Mivkah in the Ner Hamizrach parking lot is open and available for use. The water is regularly chlorinated and the area is being disinfected regularly. Please help us keep the Keilim Mikva open by adhering strictly to these guidelines. Check VBJ for updates, as these guidelines are subject to change at any time.

  • The Keilim Mikvah should only be used by one person at a time. 
  • All utensils should be prepared at home, removing wrapping, labels and stickers to minimize the time at the Mikvah.
  • Gloves should be worn. If you don’t have access to gloves, you must wash or sanitize your hands before using the Mikvah.
  • Surfaces should be wiped down carefully. 
  • Hands and immersed utensils should be washed carefully and thoroughly following immersion. 

In keeping with health protocols, elderly and the immunocompromised should be staying at home and may not use the Keilim Mikva. We have volunteers available to pick up and immerse your utensils on a per-need basis. See our Community Assistance Portal to submit your request by clicking here. 

Catering & Local Information:
BJ is not endorsing any specific food establishment. We are providing this information as a public service.

View Spicy Peach full Pesach shopping list and updates on their website. Call or email orders and pickup outside store.

Bijan Catering will be preparing Passover meals for the holiday. Please call in your orders to 404-417-3005 or email Pick-up or delivery available FREE. 

EB Ghost Kitchen Visit the EB Ghost Kitchen website for more details.
Visit the Griller's Pride website for more details.
Kosher Kreations 770-885-2064
Visit the Kosher Gourmet website for more details.
Tip Top Kosher Market Visit the Tip Top Kosher Market website for more details.
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