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Passover: don’t just pass over it; delve into it!

Passover: don’t just pass over it; delve into it!

Wednesday, March 10, 17, and 24, 12-1pm

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Passover: don’t just pass over it; delve into it!

Lesson one

Passover Today: does it still have relevance 3,322 years later?

What can an exodus from slavery mean to us living in a free country? Is Matzah more than a holy (pun intended) cracker? In this lesson we will learn about Passover’s eternal messages from the eyes of the Chassidic masters.

Lesson two

Seder Tidbits Part I: the history, the meaning, and the lessons of the Haggadah.

The Seder, literally order, is like a beautiful tune where every note is in a specific place and the Haggadah like a journey with many phases. Why is each segment there? What are they telling us? And what can we learn from them? In this lesson we will examine select segments with the commentaries’ of Jewish sages through the ages.

Lesson three

Seder Tidbits Part II: the history, the meaning, and the lessons of the Haggadah.

The Seder, literally order, is like a beautiful tune where every note is in a specific place and the Haggadah like a journey with many phases. Why is each segment there? What are they telling us? And what can we learn from them? In this lesson we will examine select segments with the commentaries’ of Jewish sages through the ages.

Plus share your Seder tips & tricks on how we can run an entertaining and meaningful Seder.

Info:

Wednesdays, March 10, 17, and 24, 12-1pm

At 36 south Charles Street, second floor, Baltimore, MD 21201

Kosher lunch served; $15 dollars per lunch

Feel welcome to bring a friend

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