Jewish Seder

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  • It celebrates the freedom of the Jewish people from slavery over 3,000 years ago. A big feast takes place and over the course of the night you will have four cups of wine, vegetables dipped in saltwater, matzah, bitter herbs and then a festive meal. ceremonial foods are arranged on a seder place.
  • The Jewish Sedar is celebrated every year after nightfall on the first night of Passover (and the second night if you're outside of Israel) 
  • At the Seder, everyone is expected to feel as if they were going out Egypt. Somebody than reads aloud Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, recalling the suffering of the Jewish people.
  • The seder begins with the recitation Kiddush, proclaiming the holiness of the holiday. After Kiddush four cups of wine drank, the reason four cups are drunk is remembering the pharaohs 4 expressions. The next section of the seder consists of Urchatz (the washing) we complete this section by washing our hands in ritually prescribed manner.
  • We then begin the next part of our Seder, Yachatz. We do Yachatz by breaking the matzah (a bread like a cracker) the "bread of poverty" then remains visible as we tell the story of Exodus and is eaten shortly after. After Yachatz is concluded we begin Maggid (the readings) 
  • After Urchatz we begin the Karpas. In the Karpas, we take a small piece of vegetable (often an onion or boiled potato) and dip it into salt water and eat it (after resiting the blessing over vegetables) 
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