Remember the Night

The Passover Meal (known as a seder, or Pesach) is one of the oldest and most important religious festivals in Judaism. Central to the celebration of Passover are the ideas of freedom, hope and liberation. Passover is a reminder to the Jewish people that their freedom is found in G-d, who liberated them from slavery in Egypt. This event is the single most significant event in all of Jewish history and it is remembered this night. The Seder meal is not only an opportunity to celebrate freedom but to pass on the story of hope to future generations through “teachable moments” throughout the meal.

The Passover is a night to be remembered.

It is a night to be celebrated.

It is a night to be mourned.

It is a night to remember.

It is a night to partake.

It is a night to teach.

It is a night to learn.

It is a night to share.

Are you remembering the Passover at a Seder tonight? Have you participated in a Seder in the past? Share your story here at Ubuntu…

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