Passover 2020 was a different experience, but we were still able come together and celebrate one of our most important festivals. This page has resources for online seders, should you need to host one in the future plus fun stuff to share with your family!

From the Board of Rabbis

The Board of Rabbis has consulted with representatives of the different streams of Judaism, as well as communal leadership to provide guidelines to mark the chag in ways that are safe, socially-responsible, and still joyous.

Hosting Your Own Seder

We compiled downloadable Haggadah options. Click here to find one just right for you and your family. Or check out one made Camp Galil campers here.

Are you virtually hosting? You can access helpful training videos from Zoom by clicking here, and a super-quick Google Meet tutorial right here.

Get tips from Jewish Education expert Lauren Applebaum on making a meaningful, virtual seder.

Watch DIY Seder video put together by some local Jewish young professional groups including NextGen and the Jewish Grad Student Network.

Visit 2forSeder’s online resource page for even more virtual Seder hosting tips.

Family Fun