One of the most memorable highlights of the Jewish year is Seder Night, the night on which Jewish households unite to celebrate the nation’s redemption from Egypt. It is a celebration of the Jewish national identity on the night that our nation came into being. In fact, the prophet Yechezkel (Ezekiel 16:4) calls Passover “the day of your birth.” More than just a “birthday party” though, the essence of Seder Night is to integrate and internalize the most fundamental themes of Judaism. The story of the birth of our nation, retold each year as presented in the Haggadah, forms the backbone of our faith, our identity, and our hope. In this class we will discuss the various aspects of Seder Night, as seen through the prism of the Torah, the Haggadah, and the words of our Sages.