At the Passover Seder, we eat matzah as we remember the modest means by which the Israelites sustained

themselves on their journey out of slavery, enabling them to survive and thrive in their new homeland.

Like our ancestors, today’s refugees rebuild their lives with precious few resources at their disposal. These

meager resources often become the seeds of their liberation as they go on to lay down new roots, rebuild

their lives, and make important contributions to their local communities and our country as a whole.

recite the following blessings as a group, distribute the top and middle

matzot set aside earlier in the Seder, and then taste the matzah:

haggadah Section: Motzi-Matzah
Source: HIAS Haggadah Supplement 2018-5778