Passover 2021 will begin in the evening of Saturday, March 27 and ends in the evening of Sunday, April 4
Virtual Second Night Seder
On Sunday, March 28 at 5:00pm we come together to retell the story of Passover.
Join us for a participatory and interactive seder via Zoom. Please register in advance to receive the Zoom link.
Set up your Seder Plate – The seder plate holds ritual foods used throughout the Passover seder. Each item on a seder plate is a symbol of the Exodus story and helps participants at the seder retell the story each year. Find out what you need to have there (and why).
Choosing a Haggadah – The most important part of the story is the way you tell the story – Here are some Haggadot options
- Reform Haggadot and Other Passover Resources: CCAR Press shares discounted Haggadot (both print and online), free flipbooks, and more to help you lead virtual Passover celebrations and allow seder guests to follow along from afar. This year, their beautiful new Haggadah will enliven your seder even more, plus a video series on the poetry and prayer of the Haggadah to help you dig deeper.
- Kid-Friendly Haggadot: These eight great Haggadot have been recommended by Jewish educators as being imaginative, accessible, and child-friendly but not childish.
Passover Seder Guide – Meaningful Life Center in New York came up with 15 Steps to Personal Freedom with its Haggadah. You have to register to their website to access the free guide
Kids: Create Your Own Haggadah – A very sweet ECC initiative from previous years allows kids to create and color their own Haggadah. Download here