2020 Passover Resources

On this page, you will find helpful resources and information that can make your Safer-at-Home-Passover more meaningful, including ways to connect with us and others as the Jewish community virtually gathers for our celebration of Pesach this year.

Sing-a-long Seder!
With Seder songs by Cantor Doug and inspiring messages from the Rabbis. Play it before or at your seder

Passover Seder-2
Or Ami’s Second Seder on Zoom!

On Thursday, April 9, our Rabbis and Cantor will lead a seder on zoom for the congregation and community.

Schedule:
5:00-6:00 pm Seder Opening on Zoom
6:00-7:00 pm Dinner on your own
7:00-7:30 pm Seder Conclusion on Zoom

Haggadot
Haggadah: Sharing Our Journey (CCARPress)
Download the Haggadah here.
Download a Haggadah Flipbook here.

Cantor Doug’s Passover Playlist 2020

Click Here to see the full list of songs/videos

Resources for how to make you Seder engaging
How to Make Your Virtual Seder Lively, Engaging, and Meaningful VIEW

Passover Under Quarantine: Virtual Seders and More VIEW

CCAR Press Passover Resources, including free flipbook Haggadah and discounted Kindle downloads VIEW
 
PJ Library Passover for Kids VIEW

Articles
Passover Prayers For Your Seder During This Pandemic VIEW

Engaging Seders: Give Each Guest a Seder Responsibility Ahead of Time. Inviting participants to prepare creates a more participatory seder VIEW
 
Why is there a football and a corkscrew on the seder table? Creative seder plate addition to keep people engaged VIEW
 
Yachatz: The Middle Matzah of Brokenness (a New Ritual). A ritual repurposed from the 2008 financial crisis VIEW
 
Seder Prep: Make Your Seder a Passover Dinner Party. Easily adapted to a virtual environment VIEW
 
Can we eat beans, rice, corn and peas on Passover? By Rabbi Eric Berk with Rabbi Paul Kipnes VIEW
 
Four Daughters Worthy of Mentioning at Seder VIEW