More Passover Resources


Passover Seder

Preparing for seder and never done it before? Long-time seder host but wondering how to host this year virtually? Here are a collection of resources for you.


Virtual Passover Box, resources for your seder from Reconstructing Judaism

Passover Resources, Activities, and Resources, from

Passover Resources, from The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ)

Preparing for Pesach Toolkit videos, from Orthodox Union 

Everything You Need to Celebrate Passover During Coronavirus, from Chabad of Madison 

JDC Entwine Digital Global Passover Toolkit with community cards, global Passover recipe book, and host guide with unique stories and flavors from around the world.

Digital Content to Enliven Your Passover 2021 Seder, from Union for Reform Judaism 

Building Your Mental Health Seder Plate, from The Blue Dove Foundation 

How to Lead a Virtual Seder Webinar, from Haggadot

How to Host a Virtual Seder, from Hey Alma

Here for: a new community-wide, collaborative platform supporting home-hosted ritual and virtual gatherings, powered by OneTable

Seder on Sefaria, a list of seder and Passover activities to use while you're sheltering in place

The Pre-Seder Checklist Every Parent Needs, from PJ Library

Virtual Seder Resources, a grassroots Google doc with diverse resources

11 Fun Passover Seder Ideas to Enrich Your Pesach Meal, by B'nai Mitzvah Academy

Passover Zoom Backgrounds, by B'nai Mitzvah Academy

Passover Prayers: Master the Important Pesach Blessings, by B'nai Mitzvah Academy


Passover Haggadah

Looking for a Haggadah, or just a supplement? Take a look at some of these.


AJWS: Global Justice Haggadah and Seder Resources

A Different Pesach: Ideas for Solo Seders

JewBelong's Passover Haggadah: Burning Man-ischewitz

Making a Difference from a Distance: Four Questions Insert from Repair the World

PJ Library Haggadah

Siman Tov Seder from David Moss

The Four Children and COVID-19 by Jordan Namerow

Haggadahs from Chabad of Madison

Passover Haggadah: The Feast of Freedom from The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ)