The Passover Seder is a powerful process, taking each participant from slavery to freedom. This year, make your Seder table personally relevant and transformational with the 15 Steps to Personal Freedom Seder Guide.
Mega-seders and home deliveries require many tons of shmurah matzah, wine and other staples
“If not for you, I would be dead,” were her first words to me after I told her who was calling. It had been more than 40 years since the last time we spoke.
Although you may not be able to change your situation, you can choose greatness within your situation.
Nissan! The name itself evokes a sense of freshness and renewal. From the very beginning of Jewish history, Nissan has been synonymous with a longing for redefinition and hope.
On Passover, we celebrate how G‑d took the Jewish People out of Egypt, where they had been enslaved by Pharaoh.
When we read the Haggadah at the Seder, we retell this story to our children, who will one day retell it to their children. It tells us how G‑d chose us to be His special people, which helps us understand our purpose and meaning in life.
As Jewish people around the world prepare for yet another Passover with many of us still isolated due to the pandemic, we are faced with unique challenges and questions. While strictly following the guidelines of the CDC, how are we to prepare with limited access to communal resources? How to celebrate the Seder alone? How can those of us quarantining celebrate the Festival of Freedom with our movement restricted? Find answers to all this and more ...
The Torah does not explicitly command us to be happy on Pesach (beyond the general commandment to rejoice on our holidays). Nonetheless, Pesach is the source of joy for the entire year. What is the special joy of Pesach?
Gifts from Above can't last forever By Tzvi Freeman
Since making aliyah in a mad fit of misplaced optimism three years earlier—leaving behind a husband, friends, family and cats—I’d lost everything that makes a person human, including social contact. Rather than “finding myself” as I’d intended, I felt hopelessly lost and bereft, a stranger in a strange land