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Wellsprings of Freedom: The Renew Our Days Haggadah, brings a fresh perspective to a familiar tale. It tells the story in a “split screen” format as both the collective, historical journey of our people and the personal, inner journey.
Full of rich illustration and complete with English translation, this Haggadah includes a special section in which to record the names of the seder participants each year.
Passover is celebrated at the table with ritual words and food; this serious new collection does justice to both. And as Amster, a regular contributor to the New York Times food pages, points out, there's another tradition associated with Passover.
Cantor Deborah Katchko-Gray is a fourth generation cantor and pioneer woman cantor. She is the second female cantor to serve a traditional conservative congregation. In l982 she founded the Women Cantors' Network as a way to connect with other women cantors.
This outstanding new recording of 24 beautifully arranged Hebrew and English songs parallels the Ma’yan Passover haggadah of the same name.
his unique Haggada introduces Ethiopian customs into the traditional Haggada as it tells the dramatic story of the Ethiopian Jewish community's journey to Israel in the 1980s and 1990s.