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Passover 2021

In 2021, the first Passover seder is on Saturday, March 27.

Shir Hashirim: Joining Human and Divine Love

Song of Songs is unique among biblical texts for its pure expression of love.

6 Tips for Hosting a Solo Passover Seder

Having a Seder by yourself or with a small group doesn't have to be a lonely experience.

Tefillat Tal: Cultivating a Mindset of Sufficiency

In praying for something as fleeting and nearly invisible as dew, this Passover prayer honors the transition from abundance to enough-ness.

Dayenu: It Would Have Been Enough

Hebrew and English text of this iconic Passover song.

How to Find a Passover Seder Near You

Don't have plans for the Seder? No problem.

Ha Lachma Anya: The Bread of Slavery and Affliction

This text is an opportunity for hands-on engagement with the seder’s core message.

The Unasked Question

On a night built around inquiry, there's one question that is never posed at the Passover seder.

Remembering Our Oppression With Sweetness

The haroset paste eaten at the Passover Seder recalls the mortar the Israelite slaves used to build in Egypt. So why is it so sweet?

The Hidden Meaning of Karpas

The green vegetable dipped in saltwater at the seder alludes to the very beginning of the Israelites' slavery saga.