Gateways Pesach 2022 Recap Video

Experience the sights and sounds of Gateways Pesach 2022 in this short video which captures the essence of our Pesach program at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, Phoenix, Arizona. We invite you to be join us for Gateways Pesach 2023! Visit the Gateways Pesach Website for more information. View the Gateways Pesach 2022 Image Gallery

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Gateways Pesach 2022 Brochure Video

Experience Pesach as it was Intended - with Gateways at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass, Phoenix, Arizona. Pesach with Gateways is not just a Program - It's Yom Tov Come to Life! Visit the Gateways Pesach Website for more information.

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A Really Brief Guide to Pesach

The Seder – Seminar in a Meal The Seder is structured around the fulfillment of a number of Biblical and Rabbinic commandments – The Paschal lamb -- During the times of the Temple, the Jewish people were commanded to roast a whole lamb on a spit and eat it on the first evening of Pesach.  The lamb was a symbol of Egyptian idolatry, specifically representing the ram god, Khnum who, according ...

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Four Cups, Four LeChaims

The Meshech Chochmah on the Four Cups (Parshas VaEirah) Our Sages instituted 4 cups of wine at the seder and the Talmud Yerushalmi says that each one of the cups of wine symbolizes a different expression of redemption. In Shmos 6:6 there are four expressions of redemption.  They are: Vehhotzeisi—I will take them out Vehitzalty—I will save them Vego’alty—I will redeem them Velakachty—I will take them to me as a people. Each expression ...

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Remember the Exodus, But Don’t Forget the Eisodus.

Pesach celebrates a historic event – the freeing of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt 3333 years ago. The Torah recounts how Hashem intervened in history, punished the Egyptian slave-masters and took His people –out of Egypt with miracles and wonders. The term Exodus  denotes the specific departure of Bnei Yisroel from Egypt. At this time, Hashem created the physical entity known as the Jewish people and paved the ...

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