Tonight’s Haggadah contains the following ingredients:
Kadesh – Sanctification – קַדֵש
Oorhatz – Washing of the hands – וּרְחַץ
Carpas – The eating of the green vegetables – כַּרְפַּס
Yahatz – Breaking of the Middle of the three Matzot – יַחַץ
Maggid – The story of Exodus – מַגִיד
Eyru’ayim - The reading of the GLBT timeline – אֵירוּעַיִם
Rachatz – Washing of the hands before the meal – רַחַץ
Motzi – Blessing before the meal – מוֹצִיא
Matzah – Blessing for the Matzah – מַצָּה
Maror – Eating of the bitter herbs – מָרוֹר
Korech – Eating of the Matzah and Maror sandwich – כּוֹרֵךְ
HaCarah - The conscious recognition of those not completely seen – הַכָּרָה
Chamutz – Eating of the sour vegetables – חָמוּץ
HaDerekh – The path – הַדֶּרֶךְ
Shulhan Orech – The meal - שֻׁלְחָן עוֹרֵךְ
Tzafon – Eating of the Afikomen – צָפוּן
Barech – Birkat HaMazon – בָּרֵךְ
Hallel – Closing recitation – הַלֵל
We begin this Seder by…
Recounting and intertwining the story of Exodus and bringing our ancestral heritage into our lives here in the present. At this table, we collectively relive the saga as if we experienced the redemption ourselves.
The light of Passover is the light of freedom; the hope of Passover is the hope of freedom. Our ancestors suffered in the darkness of slavery and dreamed of their liberty; some of our world neighbors must yet do the same. In the flame of the Passover candle, we celebrate the light of freedom, the light that gives life and reveals the beauty in our diversity.
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