New Pre-Passover Classes on Zoom

Join NJOP for three exciting classes on Zoom to help prepare you for Passover!

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Monday, March 20th, 12:30 PM (EDT)

Hebrew Reading Level I--Advanced with Florence Wiener

Join Florence Wiener, NJOP’s Hebrew Reading Specialist, for a Level One Hebrew Reading–Advanced class. Designed for those who know their letters and vowels, who can decode and form words and graduates of Hebrew Reading Crash Course, Level I. This one-session review course will help build on what students have already learned, and prepare them for the Level II course.
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Monday, March 27th, 12:30 PM (EDT)

Making the Haggadah Come Alive with Florence Wiener

Join Florence Wiener, Hebrew Reading Specialist, for a special Passover-focused Hebrew reading class over Zoom entitled “Making the Haggadah Come Alive: Increase Your Ability to Read and Sing the Hebrew Text of the Haggadah.”

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Thursday, March 30th, at 8:30 (EDT) on Zoom

Passover Workshop with Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald

This interactive workshop for adults is for those who wish to learn the deeper meaning of the laws and customs of Passover. The workshop source materials provide illuminating answers to the entire Passover experience.
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The holiday of Passover commemorates the Exodus of the Jews from Egypt which led to the birth of the Jewish nation at Sinai. The Passover Seder, which is held on the first (and second night outside of Israel) of Passover, is perhaps the most widely observed Jewish practice. This outline will provide you with the basics of the Passover holiday, laws and customs.

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Programs and Classes

Host or attend the exciting Passover programs and classes provided by NJOP and find out how you or your community can participate.


Discover, read and download our comprehensive guides and walkthroughs, watch videos and learn about the various aspects of Passover.


Browse our collection of Passover Jewish Treats, filled with interesting stories and articles about the histories and traditions of Passover.