How shall we celebrate Pesach this year?

Passover supplements for 2024

Passover 2024

How can we leave Egypt when part of our hearts are still bound and captive in Gaza?

Every year, and in every generation, the story of the Exodus is told differently, but our faith in liberty does not change. Even in the long period of slavery in Egypt, it was hard to believe that there might be light at the end of the tunnel, and that is precisely why this myth helps to fill us with hope and strength. It helps us to remember our commitment to all those who are oppressed and suffering and to all those who are strangers, for we were strangers in the land of Egypt.

A Haggadah for This Time

Passover supplements for 2024

This year, we are thrilled to gather and present a selection of original pieces, many of which were written in light of recent events. We have collected and curated writing by authors who were evacuated from the Gaza Envelope area and from the Northern border areas of Israel, as well as members and rabbis from the Israeli Reform Movement in this contemporary collection titled “A Haggadah for this time” – הגדה לזמן הזה

This project was initiated by Rabbi Yael Karrie, the Rabbi of the Mateh Asher region of the Western Galillee, who herself had has been evacuated from her home in Kibbutz Rosh HaNikra. Her stunning photographs, accompany the collection and depict the experience of migration from place to place, from sublet to sublet, since she and her husband were made to leave her home in October.

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