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  • A Taste of Passover
    Enjoy the traditional foods of Passover and their significance to this ancient observance in A Taste of Passover booklet, offering recipes and reflections on Pesach.
  • A Taste of Passover
    Enjoy the traditional foods of Passover and their significance to this ancient observance in A Taste of Passover booklet, offering recipes and reflections on Pesach.
  • What Is Passover?
    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.
  • Passover Pastimes & Presents to Partake of, When All the Prep Is Done
    Get ready for this Passover, which begins sundown on April 19th, with the Times of Israel’s list of holiday-related activities happening now in the Holy Land!
  • Our Passover Journey
    The Fellowship's Ami Farkas writes about the importance of passing along the meaning of Passover - and in turn passing along faith - to the next generation.
  • Passover Food Boxes for Israel’s Impoverished Elderly
    In the weeks leading up to Passover, staff and volunteers with The Fellowship have been delivering food boxes, filled with the special items needed for the seder meal, to Israelis involved in our With Dignity and Fellowship program.
  • Chicken Soup
    While chicken soup is a staple of any Jewish festival or Sabbath meal, it is especially significant on Passover.
  • The Message of the Bitter Herbs
    The message of the bitter herbs on Passover is to remind us that only through suffering do we come to appreciate God’s redemptive power.
  • A Rainy Day in Israel
    A staff member from the Fellowship's Jerusalem office talks about how important rain is to the Holy Land.
  • The Gift of Time
    Spend some meaningful time with God, with family, with old friends, and maybe with some new ones. There is no greater joy!
  • The Bitter and the Sweet
    God promised that there would be bitterness, but then there would also be blessings.
  • A Matzah by Any Name
    Every wall that keeps you out can be transformed into a doorway that lets you in.

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