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Experience the thrill of watching how Hand-made Passover Matzah is made, watch how kosher wine is made, learn more about the Passover Seder Plate and more in this exciting collection of Passover videos

Passover Videos

Passover Videos

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Talks by the Lubavitcher Rebbe on a variety of themes that are related to the holiday of Passover.
Video | 45:02
Bread of Poverty
A Passover Class
The matzah we eat at the seder must be "lechem oni" (lit. bread of poverty) which is made from nothing but flour and water, yet the matzah that the Jews ate when they left Egypt was allowed to be made with other ingredients as well. What are the practical and spiritual differences between "bread of poverty" and "bread of wealth"? (Based on Likutei Sichos vol. 16, p. 122.)
A series of Jewish.tv video shorts
A cute little kid does funny stuff while his parents are getting ready for Passover.
Matzah, Maror and the 4 Cups talk about themselves, what they bring to the Passover seder, and their childhood experiences.
Understanding the Passover Haggadah
A series of questions regarding the opening paragraph of the Passover Haggadah leads to an analysis of the true meaning of freedom.
Studying the Passover Haggadah
Study the Haggadah, the central text of the Passover Seder, line-by-line with explanations and commentary.
Part 1
Rabbi Kadoozy desperately tries to prepare for the Passover Seder despite his flooded synagogue while Jono searches for Passover inspiration.
Part 2
Matters continue to get worse as Jono finds himself enslaved on a peach plantation and Rabbi kadoozy becomes depressed over his ruined seder. Hilarity ensues.
Part 3
Rabbi Kadoozy and Gefilte fish infiltrate the peach plantation to rescue Jono from slavery while Larry Goldstein stalls the community Seder in this exciting finale to the Itche Kadoozy Passover Mini-Series.
Join Eli and Ezie for an exciting exploration of what it would be like if we never left Egypt.
History and Facts by Dina
Learn the history and facts of how the Jews left Egypt.
Video | 1:28
Matzah Therapy
Rabbi Infinity demonstrates the effectiveness of Matzah Therapy in curing Swollen Feivel Syndrome, on Passover and year round.
A Matzah Documentary by Jono
Take a video tour of an authentic matzah bakery in this hilarious documentary-style presentation, hosted by Jono.
Insights into Wine at Jewish Rituals
A fun exploration of the uses of wine at Jewish rituals including Shabbat, festivals, weddings and more. L’chaim!
A practical guide for celebrating Passover
Have you ever wondered how to do the whole Passover thing? Well, watch this short series because here’s how we do it.
A Passover Message
Why do we keep celebrating a night called Passover when Jews still suffer in one exile after another?
An interactive guide to the Seder Plate, including brief descriptions and insightful videos of each of the items we place on our Seder Plate
Video | 4:21
Crisis in Egypt
Shemot Parshah Report
The Parshah report gets a new look, jono tries to enslave gefilte fish and Itche's lawyer shows up. Hilarity... whatever, you know what's coming
Va’eira Parshah Report
Senior Weather/Catastrophe Correspondent Jono gives us a meteorological look at the ten plagues.
Video | 4:28
Blackout in Egypt
Bo Parshah Report
There’s nothing funny about somebody stepping on a rake. So try not to laugh during this week’s exciting webisode.
Video | 3:00
Rapping the Sea
Beshalach Parshah Report
In honor of the miracles that G-d performed when taking the Jews out of Egypt, Jono and G-fish sing a song of praise, using the timeless Jewish folk tradition of Rap Music
Video | 4:13
Let the Girls Live
Pharaoh issued a merciless decree to drown the newborn Jewish boys. What was his scheming plan for the girls?
The story of the Exodus has been told a million times over. True, the ancient tale of miracles and plagues is rich and colorful, but does it carry any personal meaning for us in our modern age?
In Egypt G-d gives the Jewish people, this new nation that is set to embark on a journey to the Promised Land, their first Mitzvah. What do you think that mitzvah would be?
An Interactive Tour of Passover
Take an exciting journey through the Exodus out of Egypt and discover Passover with this guided tour led by "Mr. Matzah"
Highlights from the Kol Menachem Haggadah
Beautiful insights into the haggadah that will capture the interest of everyone around the Seder table. From the editor of the Kol Menachem Haggadah–Slager Edition..
A Practical Guide
Rabbi Tzvi Freeman presents tried and proven ideas, gimmicks, props and shtick to bring your Seder alive.
Video | 1:29
Let’s Make Wine
Learn about the process involved in making wine for Passover and all year round.
Video | 10:35
Let's Bake Matzos
The complete process of Shmurah Matzah baking, from the harvesting of the wheat and grinding the kernels to baking of the fresh matzah in the traditional wood burning stove.
Video | 30:03
Model Matzah Bakery
Hands-On Demonstration
Children participate in a hands-on demonstration of the many steps entailed in making handmade matzah for the Passover Seder.
Video | 1:24
Delivering Matzah
London Yeshiva Students Prepare for Passover
The students of Yeshiva Gedola in London, UK prepare for the holiday of Pesach by delivering packages of hand-baked shmura matzah to 2000 homes throughout the city.
Video | 1:06:25
Getting Unstuck
A spiritual guide to your personal exodus
The Jewish people’s redemption from Egypt as a model for getting “unstuck” from seemingly impossible situations in one’s own life.
Differing opinions of the sages in the haggadah as to how the Ten Plagues affected physical matter.
Video | 42:00
The Humble Charoset
Symbols of the Seder
What is the meaning of the charoset at the Passover Seder? And why do two of the greatest halachic codifiers (Maimonides and Raavad) argue over whether we dip the matzah into the charoset? (Based on Likkutei Sichot, vol. 32, pp. 44–53.)
Passover Cooking Made Easy
A Passover Discourse by the Rebbe
A series of classes based on a chassidic discourse of the Rebbe which explains the mystical significance of the verse (Deut. 6:2) "When tomorrow your child will ask you, "What are the testimonies, the statutes and the laws... [of Pesach]?"
Video | 59:26
Advanced
Studies in Tractate Pesachim
Talmudic Interpretations of the Destruction of Chametz
A scholarly analysis of the Talmud's definition of the destruction of chametz before Pesach. Based on Pesachim 4b and the commentaries of Rashi and Tosafos.
Analyzing the Opening Passage of the Haggadah
This class on the Haggadah presents the mystical understanding to the opening reading at the Seder: “This is the bread of affliction that our fathers ate…"
The Passover Seder
The Four Cups of the Passover Seder as they correspond to the "four sons" (the wise one, the wicked one, the simple one, the one who does not know how to ask) as well as the four matriarchs (Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, Leah.) Part 1 of this class addresses the first two cups.
The Passover Seder
The Four Cups of the Passover Seder as they correspond to the "four sons" (the wise one, the wicked one, the simple one, the one who does not know how to ask) as well as the four matriarchs (Sarah, Rebecca, Rachel, Leah.) Part 2 of this class addresses the second two cups as well as the cup poured for Elijah the prophet.
Video | 30:00
Moshiach’s Meal
The eighth day of Passover
On the final day of Passover (Acharon Shel Pesach), there is a custom to partake of a festive celebration known as Moshiach’s Seudah (the meal of Moshiach). What is the source and meaning of this custom, and what is its connection to the final redemption that will come about through Moshiach?
Jewish Crafts with Abbey
Watch our Jewish crafting guru, Abbey, demonstrate how to create a Seder centerpiece that will leave your guests dazzled!
Jewish Kids Crafts
Join Abbey and her friends in creating a personalized Passover craft that you can use at the Seder.
Video | 45:32
Out of Egypt
The animated story of Passover
Experience the miraculous exodus of the Jewish people out of the mighty Egyptian empire—in a unique, fun-filled (and educational) style!
In temple times, each Jew would participate in a Passover offering. We examine two details of the Pascal sacrifice: its bones were not to be broken and it was to be eaten roasted. What is the deeper meaning behind this and how is it relevant today?
Animated Comic Strip
For the school science fair, Joey invents a most awesome robot that helps him get ready for Passover!
On Seder night, we are obligated to tell over at length the story of the Exodus (as described in the in the section of Maggid in the Passover haggadah). How is this mitzvah different than the daily remembrance?
We may live in a free country, but that doesn’t guarantee us being free people. Freedom must be created from within. We can learn this from refusenik Natan Sharansky.
Video | 5:41
The Faith Pill
The Soul of Matzah
The commandments aren’t merely rituals; they carry deeper meaning. And Matzah isn’t just a commemoration of what the Jews ate during the Exodus. It actually imbues us with a vital spiritual nutrient called faith.
I’m Pharaoh. I’m an ego addict. But then, there isn’t a human being on this planet that doesn’t feel deep inside that, “Hey, I’m the only thing that really exists!”
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