Passover

The Secret of Six

I love the connection of numbers and Torah. In macro-terms, Torah is the blueprint of the universe. What is the secret of six? According to the famous Passover song, Who Knows One?, one is God, two are the tablets, three are the forefathers, four are the matriarchs, five are the books of Torah, and six are the books of the Mishnah.

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The Jewish Agency to Hold Unique Passover Seders for Ukrainian Refugees and in Ethiopia

The Jewish Agency for Israel will hold a special Passover seder for hundreds of Ukrainian refugees who are staying at the organization’s Aliyah (immigration to Israel) processing centers in the region and are preparing for their departure to Israel. In addition, The Jewish Agency will also host special seders in Ethiopia for its future olim (immigrants) set to make Aliyah.

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Pesach: Unbreakable Soul

Some 3000 years ago, we were an enslaved people yearning for liberation from a tyrant. With the Haggadah, every year we gather to start our calendar anew by retelling the saga of the birth of the unbreakable soul of our nation.

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Beth Ami Congregation to Host “Passover Seder Plate”

We welcome you to celebrate Passover/Pesach with the old and new themes of liberation and welcoming the stranger. We will provide a Seder plate of ritual foods, a Humanistic Haggadah, songs, and the opportunity to "do Jewish" in a meaningful way.

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OneTable and Haggadot.com Partner to Help Young Adults Build Community, Connect During Passover

(New York) – OneTable and Haggadot.com are partnering for Passover this year to enable Jewish young adults to create, host, and participate in meaningful in-person Seders, the ritual Passover meal, with peers. This major national initiative comes at a time when young people are eager to engage in in-person experiences that are rich with connection and meaning. 

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It’s Crunch Time!

Boulder County Center for Judaism is set for Passover 5782/2022: a community Seder, Shmura Matzoh for sale, we'll sell your Chametz, and you can order a full Seder meal. Check us out!

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It’s Crunch Time

Passover 2021 is fast approaching. This year, many of us are still keeping some level of social distancing, Boulder Center for Judaism has created new options to support the Jewish community in your Passover celebration while keeping things safe. See what we are offering.

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Join Beth Ami for “Plastover! Freedom from Plastic”

Our virtual Passover Seder will focus on contemporary plagues and the oppression that we face from the pollution in our environment. Our rebranded “Plastover Seder” will highlight the goal of freedom from plastic pollution, while we also enjoy our customary Humanistic seder elements.

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