More Passover Resources
Ensuring the Liberation of All People: A Passover Message
We’d like to share this video message for Passover 2021 from Rabbi Deborah Waxman, Ph.D., the president of Reconstructing Judaism.
May We All Be Liberated Soon
Usually, on Passover, we ask “How is this night different from all other nights?”. This year, many of us are asking, “How does this Passover resemble any we’ve ever experienced?” While social distancing has seemingly changed everything, Passover is still about telling the story of going from oppression to freedom.
Strange Thoughts: A New Take on Loving the Stranger
To truly live justly, we need to move out of our comfort zones and embrace unfamiliar ideas and habits of mind.
Multicultural Haroset Recipes
Recipes for Passover haroset from several cultural traditions
A Hasidic Lens on Parashat Bo
In this short talk, Rabbi Lester Bronstein brings 18th and 19th-century Hasidic thought into dialogue with contemporary Reconstructionist theology.
At The Sea: A Selection of Midrashim
This selection of midrashim on the crossing of the Red Sea provides a window into the tradition’s ethical concerns surrounding this well-known story.
Twelve Years A Slave: A Passover Resource
This printable resource pairs selected quotes from Solomon Northup’s autobiographical memoir, “12 Years a Slave,” with quotes from the Exodus and other Jewish texts.
A Passover Blessing for People of Many Backgrounds Who Journey with Us
This is a short Passover reading that expresses appreciation for people of backgrounds and identities other than Judaism. It would work well in a community seder, as well as home seders.
The Midwives of Exodus: An Interfaith Text Study
An easily-accessible text study about the ethnic ambiguity that the Torah presents us with regarding the midwives who refused to obey Pharaoh's orders.
Making Pesakh Personal
This study sheet provides a variety of sources on the spiritual practices surrounding Passover (Pesakh).
Next Year in Jerusalem?
A resource for exploring values and commitments around Israel, seen through the lens of the phrase “Next year in Jerusalem” at the close of the Passover seder
Exodus in Our Time
A creative meditation on liberation from Egypt
My Questions for This Pesach Season
Passover conversations with non-Jews who are part of Jewish communities and families