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The Leader's Guide to The Family Participation Haggadah "A Different Night"

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practical advice on planning and preparing a participatory seder
shortcuts through the seder - how to choose the right mix of traditional and innovative elements for a customized seder, whether long or short
background essays like Prof. Nahum Sarna's selection on Egyptian slavery, and Rabbi David Hartman's on storytelling and family education
resources for the
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Paperback, 96 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by Shalom Hartman Institute
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Noam Sachs Zion was born to American parents fighting in the Hagana in Jerusalem in 1948. He grew up in an egalitarian Conservative rabbi's home in Minneapolis and studied general philosophy at Columbia in the late sixties. He was a member of the New York Havurah and was sent by the Israeli consulate to the USSR in 1968 to make contact with Soviet Jews (where after two months the KGB accused him o ...more
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