Category Archives: Pesach

Mah Nishtanah: What question will you ask?

This is a reworked study sheet based on something I’ve used previously, in time for Pesach. The Mah Nishtanah is the song that makes four statements about the seder night experience and at many sedarim it is customarily sung by … Continue reading

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The Egyptian’s Anti-Dayyenu – A text study

The song we sing at the Seder table at Pesach, Dayyenu, has a memorable melody and offers thanks for all the wondrous deeds in the redemption of the Israelites from Egypt. It is first recorded in around the 10th Century, … Continue reading

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