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Walking into Freedom

After following in the footsteps of redemption at our Seder tables we now move on to witness the people of Israel becoming a free nation for the first time on Shevii Shel Pessach (the last day of Pesach), traditionally associat...

Posted on 18 April 2016, By Nizan Stein Kokin
The Main Character of the Haggadah

In the Torah’s narrative, Moses is the central character around which the liberation from Egypt occurs. It is Moses who returns to Egypt to relay God’s messages to the Children of Israel. It is Moses who argues with Pharaoh ov...

Posted on 18 April 2016, By Natasha Mann

Chag Sameach One of the three rabbinic obligations relating to the night of Pesach is to drink four cups of wine. In the tradition that we have inherited, those four cups structure the whole evening’s rituals, to the extent that each cu...

Posted on 18 April 2016, By Rabbi Joel Levy