Pesach Seder

We conduct the seder using a Haggadah, which means “telling.” The Haggadah facilitates the retelling of the story of the Exodus from Egypt. Also, it guides participants through the ritual-rich Seder meal, indicating when and how to perform each ritual.

Sell Your Chametz

One of the prime elements of the Passover Holiday is the removal of leaven products, known as ‘Chametz’ from one’s possession.

The Spiritual Potential of Pesach

Pesach recalls historically the liberation from slavery in Egypt through a manifested intervention of HKBH.

Stress-Free Pesach Cleaning Guide

Free “Stress-Free Pesach Cleaning Guide”

Should women give Machatzit HaShekel?

“Purim is a time of giving. For those of us women who are blessed with sufficient funds and the ability to do so, it is a great time to contribute our part to support our community, financially and spiritually, and donate zecher l’machatzit ha-shekel.”

Esther’s Fast: Rules, Meaning, What Is Esther’s Fast & How To Do It

These three days of fasting were a national rallying cry for salvation. The whole nation was united behind Esther, and God indeed answered their prayers.

How to Celebrate Purim

We celebrate Purim, commemorating our nation’s miraculous salvation more than two millennia ago, with 4 distinct mitzvot.

Purim 5782 Introduction

This Thursday we celebrate Purim, a spiritually powerful day in which the original energies and potential of the first Purim are released and available for us to tap into. Among these, Purim is an eit ratzon, a favorable time. This is a time when our tefillot, (prayers), are welcomed and accepted.

The Joy of Adar

“In the month of Adar – the eve of Nisan, when the Almighty’s miraculous Providence was revealed – another stage was added in the destruction of the seed of Amalek.

Why Is There a Purim Katan (Small Purim)?

“There is an opinion in the Talmud that Purim should be celebrated in Adar I based on the rule [that] ‘one does not ‘pass over’ or forego the performance of the mitzvahs’