In this Totah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller-Gotleib discusses how to discuss the Sader with your children
Korach – the matzah and marror eatten together. what does this mean?
Goat’s Goading – Had Gadya Pesach
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Heller – Gotleib discusses the Holiday of Pesach
who wrote the Haggadah? Eliyahu the Navi! why?
Why is the fact that we left Egypt in a hurry, symbolized by our eating matzah, the main aspect we focus on.
In this Totah class Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller discusses the holiday of Pesach
An insightful overview of the symbolism and meaning of the egg traditionally placed on the Seder plate.
The Piyutim – Liturgical Poetry – of the Haggadah
In this Torah class Rebbetzin Tzi;orah Heller discusses the Holiday of Pesach
What does the Haggadah mean when it states that Yaakov went down to Egypt ‘forced by the speech’? An exploration of the power of speech as learned from this statement.
How can we understand the custom of dipping maror, the traditional bitter herbs, into charoset, a sweet mixture of apples, wine, and nuts?
Rebbetzin Leah Kohn discusses the Holiday of Pesach.
Rebbetzin Leah Kohn discusses the Connection between the Month Of Adar and Nissan.
Rabbi Hershel Reichman discusses the significance of the Four Questions, based on the Shem Mishmuel explanation of the concept of number four.
Mrs. Chana Prero explains the section of Maggid, which contains the story of the slavery and oppression of the Jewish people, the ten plagues, the miraculous redemption, and the discussion of the obligations of the Seder night.
Rabbi Hershel Reichman presents the Chassidic view of the Korban Pesach, the Pascal sacrifice. Rabbi Reichman explains how we can still incorporate the effects and lessons of the korban Pesach even when we no longer have a Temple.
Rabbi Hershel Reichman explains the significance of the number four which prominently appears in the Seder. Specifically focusing in the four cups of wine, this class gives a Chassidic interpretation of the levels of the soul and how each cup represents a particular level.
Mrs. Chana Prero discusses why the story of the redemption from Egypt begins with the lowly beginnings of the Jewish people as the children of idol-worshipers.
Rabbi Hershel Reichman discusses the spiritual understanding of matzah. According to Chassidic thought, matzah represents ultimate faith in G-d, which was seen in the Jewish Nation’s redemption from Egypt.
Mrs. Chana Prero traces the development of the Hagaddah which is used at the Pesach Seder.
Rabbi Hershel Reichman explains the prohibition of chametz from a Chassidic perspective. The Shem MiShmuel presents the negative spiritual characteristics which chametz represents, and explains how one should work on eradicating those characteristics during the time of Pesach.
Looking at the holiday of Pesach to help us gain knowledge of Hashem.
Why is the recitation of Hallel split into two parts at the Seder?
Connection between Pesach and Avraham Avinu.
We learn in the Torah that Yaakov “took” the blessing from Yitzchak on the Seder night. Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses how, during this time, we need to tap into the tremendous blessings that are ready to be bestowed upon us by G-d and his accompanying angels. The Seder night is a time to daven, pray for our children and for future generations.
In this class (shiur) Rebbetzin Shira Smiles discusses the holiday of Pesach