Passover (Pesach)

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This list includes every page or product from UUA.org, UU World magazine, or inSpirit books & gifts that is tagged with Passover (Pesach).

  • For Holy Days on Which We Recall the Old Stories

    Dillman Baker Sorrells

    From WorshipWeb
    For holy days on which we recall the old stories, we light the flame....
  • Celebrating Passover Seder
    Passover is the most commonly celebrated holiday among Jews, and lasts for eight days.
  • My Favorite Links on Race

    Carey McDonald

    From Guides and Tools
    Code Switch - This NPR blog is one of the best places for new takes on race and culture, particularly the intersection of race with other identities and...
  • Questionable Reflections

    Ted Resnikoff

    From Stories and Voices
    humorcomplexRowan Atkinson claims that people can be funny in three ways: by behaving in an unusual way, being in an unusual place, or being the wrong...
  • Gratitude and Grief: Holidays are complicated

    Annie Gonzalez Milliken

    From Stories and Voices
    Morristown Unitarian Fellowship, getting a new multigenerational tradition started....
  • It's complicated

    Jeremie Bateman

    From Stories and Voices
  • A Super Opportunity for Interfaith Sensitivity

    Deborah Neisel-Sanders

    From Stories and Voices
    https://www.google.com/search?q=menurkey&client=firefox-a&hs=V7…; Adorable.
  • A Fine Mix

    Ted Resnikoff

    From Future of Faith
    Rabbi David Kudan asks, ReformJudiasm.orgHanukkahhttp://www.reformjudaism.org/blog/2013/10/15/looking-perfect-thanksgivu… one from Jewish cooking expert...
  • A Once in a 77,798 Year Celebration

    Ted Resnikoff

    From Stories and Voices
    Guest post by Stephanie Carey-Marron. – Ed. This year, for the first time in our lifetime, Thanksgiving (November 28) coincides with the first day of...
  • Unequal Helpings – Thanksgiving History

    Ted Resnikoff

    From Guides and Tools
    A founding story of American Thanksgiving, reflected by the History Channel claims, " In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared an...