Browsing: pesach

The seventh day of Passover, known as “Shvi’i shel Pesach” in Hebrew, holds a significant place in Jewish tradition, both historically and religiously. Its origins trace…

The holidays of Pesach (Passover) and Sukkot are celebrated with great excitement and dedication, yet, nestled between these festive bookends are the lesser-known but significant days…

Shabbat and the biblical holidays, known as chagim, are observed for a duration of 25 hours instead of the typical 24 hours. Note that these are…

Every Jewish community uses the holidays as a time to connect each other, to pause, and to relearn Torah and Jewish history. These holidays hold deep…

The Machzor for Pesach is a prayer book specifically designed for the synagogue services during the holiday of Pesach (Passover). While it is not a Haggadah…

The Seder plate is a central component of the Passover Seder, a Jewish ritual meal that commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient…