One explanation offered by the Sages for Yachatz in the seder is that it helps promote making the world less broken, if not completely whole.
Let’s do more than remember our refugee origin story and include how climate change and disruption are leading to new refugees.
This is why I think my family’s tradition of inviting a non-Jew each year to the Passover seder is important.
When is the earliest time that we can begin observing Jewish festivals, on first or second day of Yom Tov, in particular, the Passover seder?
The most important thing to teach the next generation is how to make a seder, including what comes before the festival candles are even lit.
We approach the Haggadah at a time of profound racial reckoning in our country. How might the four children help us relate to racial justice?
The key to hosting a successful seder for everyone is to articulate a bold purpose in gathering and map the journey.
Hosting a Zoom seder is not just putting a webcam on your seder plate. These tips will ensure your guests won’t succumb to Zoom fatigue.
The Seder is a potpourri of powerful rituals, wise rabbinic aphorisms, and opportunities to elevate the mundanities of eating into holiness.
Combining lessons from the Mishnah and Human Resources, we realize that asking questions is the path to greater understanding.
After all of the preparation, all that’s left to do is celebrate the holiday. How do you do that with your young children?
If this is your first-time hosting a Passover Seder, here are seven tips to make it a memorable and meaningful experience!
The Passover seder is the cumulative result of untold generations of Jews telling the same story, the Exodus from Egypt.