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ŽNO Košice - Kehila

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Beautifully done explanation of the Jewish observations of Yom Kippur.

Beautifully done explanation of the Jewish observations of Yom Kippur.

Judaism is one of the oldest religions of the world, and believes that there is only one God. Though there are many aspects to this faith,…

Judaism Symbols and their Meanings

Judaism is one of the oldest religions of the world, and believes that there is only one God. Though there are many aspects to this faith,…

Torah is a central concept in the Jewish tradition. there is no "Old Testament" for Jews. You are not supposed to touch the parchment on these scrolls; some say because they are too holy

Torah is a central concept in the Jewish tradition. there is no "Old Testament" for Jews. You are not supposed to touch the parchment on these scrolls; some say because they are too holy

Here are some of my ideas for a sensory friendly/kid friendly passover.

Here are some of my ideas for a sensory friendly/kid friendly passover.

Shabbat HaGadol, is the Shabbat before Passover. It is called Shabbat HaGadol because it marks the beginning of the redemption.     On the tenth day of the Hebrew month of Nissan (the Shabbat before the exodus on the fifteenth of Nissan), the Israelites in Egypt prepared the Pesach-lamb (Exodus 12:3). When their neighbors asked them what they were doing, the Israelites explained that the lambs would be sacrificed on the fourteenth of Nissan, just before G-d would slay the firstborn of Egypt.

Shabbat HaGadol, is the Shabbat before Passover. It is called Shabbat HaGadol because it marks the beginning of the redemption. On the tenth day of the Hebrew month of Nissan (the Shabbat before the exodus on the fifteenth of Nissan), the Israelites in Egypt prepared the Pesach-lamb (Exodus 12:3). When their neighbors asked them what they were doing, the Israelites explained that the lambs would be sacrificed on the fourteenth of Nissan, just before G-d would slay the firstborn of Egypt.

Chabad.org’s free “Omer Counter” app makes counting the 49 days between the second night of Passover and Shavuot easier and more meaningful.

Chabad.org’s free “Omer Counter” app makes counting the 49 days between the second night of Passover and Shavuot easier and more meaningful.

passover seder--Exodus 11-13

Passover in the desert…and with young Jesus in Jerusalem

passover seder--Exodus 11-13

Teach the #Passover story with this fun (free!) coloring book.  #coloringbook

Sitting Still, Oy Vey

Teach the #Passover story with this fun (free!) coloring book. #coloringbook

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