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Happy Passover 2015!
March 30, 2015
We at Jerusalem-Insiders-Guide.com want to wish you a wonderful and joyful Passover holiday.
Passover is April 3 – April 10 this year.
The Priestly Blessing will be recited at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on April 6, 2015 during morning services at 8:45 and around 10:00 a.m.
Need a little inspiration or how-to-help for the Passover Seder? This Passover Resource Center comes to the rescue.
Visit the Jerusalem Insider's Guide aStore to pick up last minute Passover necessities – seder plates, Haggadahs and goodies to keep kids busy and entertained.
As to the menu, find the perfect Passover cookbook to make your seder gastronomically memorable this year. And if you're vegan - don't worry. My friend Rena Reich has you covered, with her newly published Vegan Start Passover Cookbook: Eat Well on Pesach!
By shopping through these links, you also help support our website and show your appreciation for the free information we provide. Thank you!
If you haven't yet, you can sell your chometz online here.
Your Prayers in the WallIf you aren't in Jerusalem, remember that you can always send your prayers to the Western Wall through our site. (Your prayers are strictly confidential and are deleted from our system as soon as they are delivered to the Wall.)
This is a free service that we consider a privilege to provide. Jewish tradition, however, teaches that prayer and charity, together, have the power to change Divine decrees. So please consider super-charging your prayer with a donation to our charity fund for disabled children in Jerusalem. Your donation, however small, would help provide much needed services, therapy and medications for severely disabled children in Jerusalem, as well as food to help them enjoy the upcoming holiday.
Whatever you choose to do and however you choose to celebrate the holiday, may these be days of joy for you and your family. Safe journeys and may we see you soon, here, in Yerushalayim.
Your Hebrew lesson of the day: חג שמח Chag Same'ach - in other words: Happy Holiday!