Passover

No hametz allowed: Passover food
No hametz allowed: Passover food
By STEVEN DeSALVO For Montclair Local In the past few weeks, especially when you head to the grocery store, you may have noticed an increase in some food items labeled “Kosher for Passover.” What exactly does this mean? In addition to the everyday rules of Kosher eating, there are additional rules specifically for Passover, the holiday that commemorates the liberation of the Jewish slaves in Egypt
Praying for a Meeting
Praying for a Meeting
Montclair Jews gather outside Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen’s Morristown office this past Saturday night, to celebrate Havdalah, the closing of Shabbat, during Passover. Bnai Keshet’s Rabbi Elliot Tepperman holds a guitar. Tepperman, Bnai Keshet’s Rabbi Ariann Weitzman and Congregation Shomrei Emunah’s Rabbi David Greenstein lead participants in celebrating liberation issues that resonate with the Pas