Passover

New Haggadah Lessens Temptation To Pass Over Seder

Modern Jewish families that shy away from participating in the annual Passover Seder due to its typical two- to five-hour ceremony will cheer Cass and Nellie Foster's "Sixty-Minute Seder: Preserving the Essence of the Passover Haggadah."

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The Sale of the Year!

What do we do with all the leftover food stuff and other articles that came into contact or absorbed leavening (chametz) during the year? Find out!

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Pesach Shelanu This Shabbat at Bonai

This Shabbat, Congregation Bonai Shalom is holding Pesach Shelanu for the community, a 30-minute seder and a fabulous way to celebrate Shabbat and Passover together with your young children.

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Misery Loves Company: The Untold Story of the Custom of Kitniyot

Rabbi Goldman explores the Passover tradition of abstaining from food considered "Kitniyot" during Passover -- why abstain, and why not.

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Avoid the Seder Blues

Seder at Chabad of NW Metro Denver in 2010 - (Photo taken before the holiday)

To avoid the "when do we eat?" Seder blues, Chabad of NW Metro Denver is advising all their guests of their complete Seder schedule.

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