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Virtual Passover Box: Resources for Your Seder

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In every generation a person must regard themselves as though they personally had gone out of Egypt, as it is said: “And you shall tell your children in that day, saying: ‘It is because of what the Eternal did for me when I came forth out of Egypt.’”

Welcome to the Virtual Passover Box, a trove of digital resources designed to help you experience, and retell, the central story of the Jewish age. Hosting a seder?  Looking to enrich your experience? Scroll through and you are sure to find something to connect you to the march from slavery to freedom.

Here you will find several additions and suggestions for each step of the traditional Passover seder, including youth and family activities from Havaya Summer Programs.

Hag Sameakh! Happy holiday


§ Curated and written by Rabbi Elyse Wechterman and Rabbi Maurice Harris. Sourced by Rabbi Michael Fessler, Tresa Grauer, Ph.D., Alison Houghton, Rabbi Maurice Harris, Jackie Land, Rabbi Alan LaPayover, Rabbi Vivie Mayer, Rabbi Isaac Saposnik, Rabbi Elyse Wechterman, Rabbi Micah Geurin Weiss, Cyd Weissman. Graphic by Rosa Cohen. Web development by Rabbi Michael Fessler.

* Music courtesy of Rabbi Micah Becker-Klein, Rabbi Myriam Klotz, Rabbi G. Rayzel Raphael, Juliet Spitzer, Rabbi Margot Stein and Rabbi Shawn Zevit. More of their music and the music of their bands, Shabbat Unplugged and Miraj, is available on SpotifyiTunes and CD Baby. Songs copyright ©Shabbat Unplugged and the Reconstructionist Press.

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