Passover

Israeli kindergarten children celebrate Passover seder ceremony in 1949

Stand For Israel

Photo Friday: What Does This Ceremony Mean to You?

On Passover 1949, the first Passover after the creation of modern Israel, children at an Israeli kindergarten celebrate the seder ceremony.

Haggadah

Fellowship Blog

‘A Project of a Lifetime’

A Chicago Haggadah collection - more than 4,500 Passover texts - is likely the largest in the world.

Yael Eckstein reads Passover story with her children

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Understanding the Passover Story

Yael explains how making aliyah (immigrating to Israel) and raising a family has made the Exodus story of God’s deliverance come alive.

Rabbi Eckstein eats unleavened bread at matzah factory, 2014

Stand For Israel

Photo Friday: Celebrate the Festival of Unleavened Bread

In this photograph from preparations for a past Passover, Rabbi Eckstein learns how matzah (unleavened bread) is made.

Eckstein Family Passover illustrating Passover redemption message

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

The Redemption Story We Need Right Now

The Passover story renews my hope, as it reminds us to remain faithful and seek God, asking Him to protect us, and believing miracles are always just around the corner.

David Ben-Gurion and Golda Meir share a meal, 1961

Stand For Israel

Golda Meir’s Matzah Ball Soup

This Passover, we celebrate God's deliverance of His people, Israel, with a matzah recipe from Israel's first female Prime Minister, Golda Meir.

Yael Eckstein bakes matzah, the unleavened bread of Passover

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

The First Passover

As the Jewish people prepare to celebrate Passover, the "Lord's Festival of Unleavened Bread," Yael shows us how to bake matzah, the biblical food that reminds us of God's deliverance.

Eckstein family model Passover seder

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Teaching Our Children to Seek Wisdom

As Yael celebrates the sacred season of Passover with her family, we offer you this message excerpted from her new book.

Eckstein family model Passover seder

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Why Is Passover Different This Year?

As we hold tight to Him, we will sing, celebrate, and shout our praises to our God, Who delivers us from harm and blesses us with complete salvation.

A woman and boy wearing masks and gloves to protect from Coronavirus in Israel

Stand For Israel

A Different Kind of Passover

While this year's "holiday of freedom" will be different, a Fellowship staffer in Israel writes about the freedoms we do have.

Yael with elderly Jewish woman, Lydia

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Passing Faith Forward

I take comfort in knowing everything taking place is by God’s design, even if I cannot understand the plan and purpose of it.

Prayers at Western Wall, March 2020

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Our Response in a Time of Crisis

This year, an additional Passover lesson is to care for ourselves and our loved ones, as well as the most vulnerable among us who have no one to care for them.

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