Passover 2021

Passover 2021 begins at sundown on March 27 and ends Sunday evening, April 4.

Image courtesy Jewish Telegraphic Agency

The first Passover seder is on the evening of March 27, and the second Passover seder takes place on the evening of March 28.

Join us for a Havurah Passover Program on Sunday, March 28th at 6pm. We will meet on zoom to share some songs, blessings, readings and poems and offer a chance for community members to check in with each other:

Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2478175802?pwd=S0pEdFQxUVpZTWx2Yk9ldmtLU0krQT09
Meeting ID: 247 817 5802 Passcode: Pesach

Check out some additional resources to enhance your Passover experience at home:

Click here to download a Passover Activity Packet from @thatJewishmoment

Click here to download a Social Justice Haggadah courtesy of The Rac

Click here for tips from MyJewishLearning.com on how to make your own Haggadah

Click here for resources from ReformJudaism.org on ways to enhance your home seder experience

Click here for a Two Minute Haggadah from Slate.com

Click here for 30 minute traditional haggadah resources from chachingqueen.com

Resources from Sefaria including: A four-part email course with Rabbi Ami Silver, a scholar of Kabbalistic and Chasidic teachings: Paths to Freedom: A Mystical Passover Companion ;

Start creating your DIY Haggadah with family and friends, even across distances

Read about getting rid of chametz (leavened bread) before Passover

Interesting story about illuminated Haggadot

Information and Registration for A Passover Earth Seder for Everyone with Rabbi Ellen Bernstein, Rabbi Cantor George Mordecai, and friends.  A Passover festival reading from Rabbi Ellen Bernstein’s The Promise of the Land, a haggadah which illuminates the deep ecological dimensions of the Passover seder.  This program will take place on Thursday, April 1 from 6 – 7:30 pm EDT (Sponsored by ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal) 

Passover Recipes from bonappetit.com

More Passover recipes from MarthaStewart.com