Services to take place at Canyons Shul. Scholar in residence: Rabbi Aaron Kotler

Wednesday, April 5 | Passover Eve
Eat Chometz Until 11:19 am
Burn Chometz by 12:24 pm
Evening Services 7:15 pm
Communal Seder 7:30 pm
Candle Lighting 7:37 pm
Thursday, April 6 | Day 1
Morning Service 10:00 am
Communal Seder 8:30 pm
Light Candles after 8:37 pm
Friday, April 7 | Day 2
Morning Service 10:00 am
Evening Service 6:15 pm
Candle Lighting

7:39 pm



Shabbat, April 8 |        
Morning Service 10:00 am
Evening Service 7:40 pm
Shabbat Ends

8:40 pm


April 9 - 11 | Chol Hamoed
Morning Service 7:00 am
Evening Service 7:45 pm
Tuesday, April 11 | Day 6
Morning Service 7:30 am
Evening Service 6:15 pm
Candle Lighting 7:43 pm
Wednesday, April 12 | Day 7
Morning Service 10:00 am
Candle Lighting 8:44 pm
Evening Service 7:50 pm
Thursday, April 13 | Day 8
Morning Service 10:00 am
Yizkor Memorial Service 11:30 am
Evening Service 6:45 pm
Meal of Moshiach 7:00 pm
Holiday Ends 8:45 pm



Bio- Rabbi Aaron Kotler

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Rabbi Aaron Kotler is President Emeritus of Beth Medrash Govoha (BMG) Yeshiva.  His leadership shepherded BMG into the premier Jewish institution of our generation, growing it from 1,700 to 7,500 students, one the largest in history.

He follows in the footsteps of his father and grandfather, who were central to the revival of the Jewish people after the Holocaust, by devoting himself to building and strengthening Jewish communities worldwide.

Rabbi Kotler was instrumental in the remarkable growth of Lakewood, N.J. helping it triple in size from N.J.’s 20th largest municipality into 4th largest. 

He created not-for-profit agencies for affordable housing, social services, health, and economic development, including a corporate park which developed over 2,000,000 square feet of Class-A office, retail, and residential space, and brought tens of thousands of jobs to Lakewood.

He serves on the Board of Trustees of RWJ Barnabas Health’s Monmouth Medical Center; of AcuteCare Health System; of N.J. Reentry Corp, which helps minorities gain employment on release from incarceration; and other non-profits; and is a regular appointee to public positions.

He and his wife Jany love the Wasatch Back mountains and have had a home in Park City since 2011.  They are devoted supporters of Rabbi Yudi and Rebbetzin Devori Steiger and Chabad of Park City.

Rabbi Kotler can be reached at [email protected] or via WhatsApp at +1-732-806-5454.