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ReformJudaism.org Offers Wealth of Online Passover Resources; Rabbis Available for Comments


Contact : Annette Powers
apowers@urj.org
212-650-4154

March 19, 2013, New York, NY - Passover begins Monday evening, March 25 and concludes Monday evening, April 1, 2013. The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) has an abundance of Passover resources on the newly launched ReformJudaism.org, the first website to approach Jewish life, practice, learning, and social justice from a modern Jewish perspective.

Find Passover basics including history and rituals, a glossary of terms and what to expect at a seder meal. There are also dozens of recipes, free ecards, an interactive seder plate, instructional videos, a social justice guide, recommended books and music, family activities and blog posts with personal Passover reflections.

URJ President Rabbi Rick Jacobs and other members of the URJ staff are available for comments or interviews regarding Passover- one of the most widely observed holidays on the Jewish calendar. 


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