The week-long holiday of Passover, in which we celebrate our Exodus from Egypt, gives us several opportunities to come together as a community.
For families who would like to lead their own seder – we’ve put together a Haggadah with the music for your use. You can start, pause, stop at your convenience to go at your own pace, have discussions, or add your own readings.
Wednesday, April 8
9:30 AM – Fast of the Firstborn Study
Join via telephone: +1 312 626 6799
Meeting ID: 281 463 915
6:00 PM – 1st Night Seder with Rabbi Rosenberg and Cantor Eichaker
You must register – we will then send the password to get into the Seder. Please do not share with anyone. Please make sure that your name is clear when you sign in. We will not let anyone into the seder who is not registered or we do not recognize the name.
Thursday, April 9
9:00 AM – Passover Morning Service
Lives-stream on our website
5:00 PM – 2nd Night Young Family Seder with Rabbi Bellows
Register here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Wednesday, April 15
9:00 a.m. – Passover Yizkor Morning Service
Live-stream from the Millstone Sanctuary
Additional Passover Resources
How to Celebrate Passover While “Staying at Home”
Reformjudaism.org has many Passover resources on their website including how to attend a virtual seder, Passover playlists, family friendly activities and How to Make Your Virtual Seder Lively, Engaging, and Meaningful.
Haggadah Companion by Alden Solovy
Our former Liturgist-in-Residence, Alden Solovy, has created a downloadable PDF version of his Haggadah Companion, offering 18 lovely readings to enliven your Seder. The print volume sells for $12.99. The PDF is available for $5.99, but for an additional $1.00 off, use the coupon code “freedom” (without the quotes) at checkout. Click here to purchase.
NCJW’s Passover Seder Insert on Human Trafficking.
For more on the history and traditions of Passover, click here.