Overview Categories Featured New Search Subscribe Publications Tefillah Toolkit Pirkei Avot Mechon Hadar Torah Online Pesach Pesach resources Mah Nishtanah: The Freedom of Multiple Meanings Pesach 5777 Elie Kaunfer Discovering the Wisdom of the Haggadah Elie Kaunfer and Dena Weiss and Aviva Richman and Shai Held and Avi Killip Stories and Redemption Two Divrei Torah for Pesach 5775 Avi Killip and Elie Kaunfer Pesach Preparation Guide Ethan Tucker Responsa Radio Episode 10 Pesach 5775 Special Edition Avi Killip and Ethan Tucker What is the Story of the Jewish People? A Close Reading of the Haggadah Narrative Elie Kaunfer From Slavery to Slavery The True Meaning of Pesach Ethan Tucker Four Different Questions A Chassidic Approach to the Beginning of the Seder Dena Weiss Who Should Fast on the Day Before the Seder? Ethan Tucker The Power of Crowdsourcing Two Models of Leadership Avi Killip How Much of the Seder is Set in Stone? The Mishnah's Vision of the Passover Seder and its Lessons for Today David Arnow Commemoration or Reenactment? Parashat Bo Ethan Tucker A Night Without Fear Dvar Torah on Pesach Dena Weiss The Journey and the (Elusive) Destination Parashat Va'Era Shai Held Pharaoh, Consumed by the Chaos He Sows Parashat Bo Shai Held Turning Memory Into Empathy Parashat Mishpatim Shai Held Whom Do We Serve? Parashat VaYakhel Shai Held Responsa Radio Episode 11 What Do You *Mean* I Still Can't Eat Bread? Avi Killip and Ethan Tucker For You Were Refugees in the Land of Egypt Pesach 5776 Jason Rubenstein share Commemorating the exodus from Egypt—and an important stage in the ancient Israelite harvests—Pesach remains one of the most widely celebrated festivals today. Learn about this festival and the Jews' central story here.