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   Celebrating Passover 2024

Celebrating Passover 2024:
Resources to enrich your Seder 

Temple Sinai has pulled together some resources to help make celebrating Passover a little easier.


Children's Resources

Supplemental Resources

Temple Sinai Community Seder: Tuesday, April 23rd, 6PM  - Register by 4/7

Your Guide for Getting Ready for Passover: From the Reform Movement



Mishkan HaSeder: A Passover Haggadah

Combining age-old texts, fresh insights, inspiring poetry, new translations, and breathtaking art, Mishkan HaSeder sets a new standard in Passover Haggadot. Using the beloved format of Mishkan T'filah and Mishkan HaNefesh, this Haggadah offers beautiful new translations by Rabbis Janet and Sheldon Marder in conversation with an extraordinary collection of poetry from a diverse array of poets.

Mishkan HaSeder: Available from CCAR Press or Kindle


Sharing the Journey: The Haggadah for the Contemporary Family

Passover is the Jewish holiday that typically generates many wonderful family memories and experiences. Sharing the Journey is written to help all members of the contemporary Jewish family create a joyous and inspirational Passover experience.

Sharing the Journey - CCAR Press

Sharing the Journey - Kindle edition 


MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger - 5782 Hunger Seder (PDF)

Inspired by Jewish values and ideals, MAZON is a national advocacy organization working to end hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds in the United States and Israel. MAZON was the first national
organization to rally the American Jewish community around the issue of hunger, and remains the only national Jewish organization dedicated exclusively to that same cause.

For Passover resources, including a Fifth Question Haggadah insert and action steps you can take now, please visit


Kar-Ben Publishing: A Family Haggadah

A Family Haggadah I includes more songs appropriate  for young children, including Let My People Go, The Frog Song and a short version of Birkat Hamazon.

A Family Haggadah II has more detail in telling of the Passover story, the complete Birkat Hamazon and the ritual for Miriam’s Cup is included.

The My Very Own Haggadah is a great supplement for children in addition to whatever Haggadah your family uses. It is also a coloring book, a terrific way to occupy squirmy little people during a seder.


The Passover Haggadah Graphic Novel

The Passover Haggadah Graphic Novel integrates a brand-new translation directly into the art, immersing every generation in the timeless celebration of Pesach. The graphic novel pages are presented alongside the complete Seder text, in Hebrew and transliteration, and accompanied by instructional cartoons depicting all of the rituals.

A landmark creation of veteran Batman editor and creator Jordan B. Gorfinkel and Israeli illustrator and visionary Erez Zadok, this super-Haggadah breathes new life into the holiday’s universal themes of freedom, memory and faith — recasting the Pesach festival as contemporary, cool and fun.

Use it at the Seder table or read it for pleasure!  Available for purchase on Amazon here.

Children's Resources

 PJ Library knows that something magical  happens when parents sit down together to read with their children. PJ Library shares Jewish stories that can help your family talk together about values and traditions that are important to you. If you're celebrating Passover for the first time, need a refresher on a few traditions, or just want to know more about the history of the holiday, visit our introduction to Passover.

Resources from PJ Library for Passover include podcasts, activities and seder checklists and even meal ideas!

Host a Chocolate Seder as a "dry run" for your family's seder. It follows the format of a traditional Ashkenazi seder, with explanatory text accompanying each section and action to ease the way for those who are not familiar with the process. It also attempts to translate some of the levity of the seder into a form that is more understandable to children. Download A Chocolate Seder Haggadah (PDF)


American Jewish World Service (AJWS) offers a variety of family resources for your Passover seder, including: 

Supplemental Resources

These supplements offer opportunities to add themed readings, to integrate symbols of local, national & global social justice issues, and to discuss themes of the story of Exodus in our modern context.


Hosting a Virtual Seder? Here are some helpful articles:

A Passover Cookbook - from Mrs. Gay's Fifth Grade Class
Our Fifth Grade class participates in an exchange with Israeli students. This year, they are pulling together their favorite Passover recipes and sharing them with each other. Here are some amazing recipes from our Temple Sinai students printed in 2020.

Make a Chocolate Seder with your Kids: Host a Chocolate Seder as a "dry run" for your family's seder. It follows the format of a traditional Ashkenazi seder, with explanatory text accompanying each section.

Temple Sinai Community Seder

Temple Sinai Community Seder 
Tuesday, April 23rd | 6:00 PM 

Please join us for a catered dinner (kosher-for-Passover).  All are welcome.

Visit our webpage for details and to reserve your spot by April 7.

Books and Resources from the Reform Movement has activities, ideas and recipes for you and your family. 

CCAR Press - Offering Passover Hagaddahs and more, such as their Signs and Wonder Series,  a video series of rabbinic conversations on the poetry and prayer of Mishkan HaSeder: A Passover Haggadah


Thu, April 18 2024 10 Nisan 5784