Passover is a commemoration of the Exodus from Egypt--especially the night when God "passed over" the houses of the Israelites during the tenth plague--and of the following day, when the Israelites had to leave Egypt hurriedly. It is centered on the famil Read more
During the seder, we don't just tell the story of the exodus, we see, smell, feel, and taste liberation. Many of the elements of this sensory experience appear on the seder plate, which serves as the centerpiece of the seder table. Read more
The questions asked by the child during the course of the seder meal have been changed over the centuries, from three to four. How did one get added? Read more
An effective seder leader will prepare in advance and make decisions concerning what type and style of seder he or she wishes to lead. Here is some nuts-and-bolts advice for preparing for your Feast of Freedom. Read more
Right now, Rabbi Matt Dreffin and Rabbi Marshal Klaven are in the midst of the Passover Pilgrimage, journeying to communities throughout the South...
We had another post for today, which we will share later, but in light of yesterday's tragic shootings at two Jewish institutions in Kansas City, we o...
After the fun we had with Rainbow Hamantaschen, it seemed like the gauntlet had been thrown.
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