Liberation of the Jewish People

in Body and Spirit

Pesach (Passover) begins on the night of the fifteenth day of the month of Nissan and lasts for eight days.

This holiday commemorates the departure of the nation of Israel from Egypt. Pesach marks the birth of the Jewish people as a nation led by Moshe (Moses) over 3000 years ago. This is a as much a celebration of our spiritual freedom as the physical liberation from slavery.

The highlight of Pesach is the observance of the Seder, a unique ceremony performed on the first two evenings of Passover. At the Seder, we eat different special foods, we tell the story of our departure from Egypt, we sing songs and praises, and say special prayers.

History of Passover

The story of Passover, and how it resonates through all of Jewish history.

Our Guide to the Seder

From Kadesh to Nirtzah, from beginning to end, we prep you for the Seder.


For a deeper understanding of the symbols of Passover, the Seder, and answers to common questions.

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