By Tzvi Freeman
If you do this right, they won’t regret it—no matter what time they show up. Because you are going to provide something they don’t even know is possible. Because I’m going to show you how, here, right now.
Any chametz left undisposed must be sold to a non-Jew. Use this online form to quickly delegate a rabbi to sell your chametz for you.
Learn to ask the Four Questions with this interactive tool.
Our Passover megasite has tools, guides, insights, stories, inspiration—and just about everything you need to celebrate Passover. (But bring your own wine.)
By Chanah Rose
Cultivate the greatness within each child, in whichever form it assumes.
By Aron Moss
So, they happened to eat matzah because they were in a rush. So what? I thought that Passover is about freedom, not food!
By Rebecca Feldbaum
One bite into the matzah left all of us speechless! We could barely chew it and get it down!
By Miriam Karp
Pesach preparation is the Jewish version of extreme sports. Bungee jumping? Hang gliding? Cliff jumping? Feh. Try Pesach cleaning.
By Elana Mizrahi
It’s not enough to look and be beautiful. YOU have to see your OWN beauty.
Aaron L. Raskin
An overview of the inner workings of the Hebrew vowel signs.
With each day a person must make sure to grow, even in their strongest points. After all, time is also a gift, and must be used accordingly.
By Aryeh Weinstein
We may live in a free country, but that doesn’t guarantee us being free people. Freedom must be created from within. We can learn this from refusenik Natan Sharansky.
By Manis Friedman
Should any physical contact that is friendly be considered intimate? Hopefully, it should.
By Goldie Naiditch
When it was time to burn the chametz, Ruth went to the kitchen table and took the remaining brown paper bag. Much to her horror, there were no chametz pieces inside, only Sascha’s lunch!
By Menachem Brod
How could a Jew be so indifferent to the needs of his brothers and sisters? People started referring to the rich miser in their midst as “Israel Goy,” and the epithet stuck
By Menachem Posner
Starting the Passover seder at its proper time at night is a mitzvah well worth waiting for. Rabbis from northernmost cities where it gets dark really late give advice on how best to keep everyone fresh and engaged.
By Faygie Levy
Imagine being bullied, taunted and picked on at school. Now imagine that the bully isn’t a schoolmate, but your teacher. And the reason you’re being targeted? Because you are Jewish. In France, a new program for Jewish public school students who could no longer take the harassment.
By Mindy Rubenstein
Through classes, special events and a weekly newsletter quoting Rabbinical giants from Portuguese Jewry's past, a young rabbi brings Jewish history and identity to life in Portugal.
By Nissan Mindel
Few other figures in Jewish history, particularly in the Middle Ages, played such an inspiring and beneficial part for their fellow Jews as did the noble Jewish lady Dona Gracia.
By Miriam Szokovski
Learn to make it from scratch
By Aviva Kanoff
By Erik Kucera
This work represents the holiday and its meaning.