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Passover is one of the most widely observed and celebrated holiday on the Jewish calendar. Find out how much you know about this ancient holy day by taking our quiz.
Just before Passover, we’ve mobilized our staff and volunteers to provide emergency deliveries of food boxes to the most vulnerable – Holocaust survivors and elderly.
While this year's "holiday of freedom" will be different, a Fellowship staffer in Israel writes about the freedoms we do have.
Over the past 3,000 years, Passover has endured as the most celebrated and widely observed holiday in the Jewish tradition. Passover commemorates the seminal event in Jewish history — the story of the Exodus which led to the birth of the Jewish nation, Israel. In addition, the most basic and fundamental principles found in Judaism.
As Jews around the world observe Passover this week, we share a timeless teaching from Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein on how the universal truths found in Passover story are for everyone.
On today’s program, Fellowship President Yael Eckstein explains how Passover celebrates both the bitterness of captivity and the sweetness of freedom.
As Jews around the world celebrate Passover this week, we share a timeless teaching from Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein on the traditional seder meal and its importance to fulfilling God’s command to remember His deliverance.
Jews around the world are observing Passover this week, and today, we share a timeless teaching from Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein on how the strict preparations for celebrating Passover are biblically rooted.
Jews around the world are observing Passover this week, and today, we share a timeless teaching from Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein on the story of Passover and the final plague that led Pharaoh to finally let the Israelites go.
Today is the eve of Passover, and we share with you a timeless teaching from Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein on the significance of this holy season that Jews have observed since the time of Moses.
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