News & Current Events


Pesach this year starts the evening of Saturday, March 27.  We will having seders both Saturday and Sunday evenings.  Please come participate with us.  Details can be seen on our Pesach Flyer.

In addition, there is matzah shmurah and kosher grape just available for pickup as well as hagaddot an a form to use to sell your chametz with rabbinic supervision.  These items are available at the Optical Warehouse Outlet, at 60-41 Myrtle Ave. (Ridgewood 11385).  It is open Monday through Thursday, 11:00 AM to 6:30 PM and Sunday from 11:00 AM to 4:30 PM.  Please don't delay to come and pick these items up.

In addition to the seders, we will be having daytime yom tov services on the first and last two days of the festival.  Here is the calendar of events at Beit Aharon for Pesach:

Saturday, March 27
11:00 AM (Shabbat) Shacharit, followed by Mussaf and Kiddush
7:30 PM  (Pesach, Evening 1) Seder
Sunday, March 28
11:00 AM (Pesach, Day 1) Shacharit, followed by Mussaf and Kiddush
7:30 PM  (Pesach, Evening 2) Seder
Monday, March 29
11:00 AM (Pesach, Day 2) Shacharit, followed by Mussaf and Kiddush
Saturday, April 3
11:00 AM (Pesach, Day 7, Shabbat) Shacharit, followed by Mussaf and Kiddush
Sunday, April 4
11:00 AM (Pesach, Day 8) Shacharit with Yizkor, followed by Mussaf and Kiddush


Our Shul reopening also regular Saturday services from coming Shabbat  at 11 AM with Minyan will be INSIDE. 
But because of small size of the Shul and no ability to provide social distance 6ft in space the following rules will be enforced:

Weekday Minchah

We are back to doing our weekday Minchah minyanim in person.  They are Monday through Thursday at 2 PM.  Wearing masks are required.  Please check in with Rabbi Sarytchev (718-613-9536) beforehand, so he can know (and can let you know) whether there will be enough people for a minyan.

Weekly Torah Classes

Please join our Torah class, which is now on Zoom, every Wednesday at 7:30 PM (Eastern Time, for those of you who are joining from out of town).  This class in on the Torah Parshah of the week.  Here is the Zoom information:

Topic: Parshah Class
Time: 7:30pm
Meeting ID: 823 6165 2954

You can also dial into the classes.  For on how to do that, please go to the Classes page.

COVID-19 Update

Regarding COVID-19, New York City has been the safest place in the U.S. for the last six months.  There are some places in the city that are under special restrictions; however, Ridgewood, where Beit Aharon is located, is in the Green, COVID-safe, zone.  The are no restrictions.  However, we require everyone to wear masks at Beit Aharon, in order to maintain an environment where everyone feels safe.

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