Volunteer

Volunteer

This year, around the world, Passover will be different from all others. As we reflect on the past year, we think about the changes we wish to see in the new one. This Passover, how will you support those around you in these new and rapidly changing circumstances?

Resources

A highlight of the Passover seder is maggid; telling the story of the Exodus from Egypt. Questions are our springboard to explore how this night is different from all other nights. This year, around the world, Passover will be different from all others.

Check out our resources, haggadah inserts, and additions to your table to spark meaningful conversations at your seder.

Passover Pyramid Cutout

On Passover, we ask ourselves, "What makes this night different from all other nights?" Four Jewish racial justice leaders shared their answers. Assemble it as a pyramid for your Passover table and ask your guests to read their powerful answers.

Passover trivia place cards

Trivia Place Cards

Welcome your guests to their seats with these trivia place cards, created in partnership with Be’chol Lashon, and celebrate Passover rituals from diverse Jewish communities around the world.

Haggadah Insert: Four Questions for Making a Difference from a Distance

In this time of global pandemic, our lives have been disrupted in significant ways and we find ourselves asking questions we may not otherwise have ever thought to ask.

Haggadah Insert: The Four People

The Haggadah speaks about four sons; one wise, one evil, one innocent, and one who doesn’t know to ask. This insert, created in partnership with Jewish Multiracial Network, re-imagines the text as four people on different parts of their racial justice journey and serves as a powerful conversation starter to contextualize what it means to pursue equity in today’s world.

Haggadah insert: Avadim Hayinu

Haggadah Insert: Avadim Hayinu – We Were Slaves

Every year at Passover, we remember the story of Exodus. Created in partnership with Be’chol Lashon, this Avadim Hayinu (“we were slaves”) insert offers a modern take for the storytelling section of the Passover seder.