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Pesach 2020

You may have many questions about how to celebrate Passover in social distance. Luckily, the Seder is built around questions. In Jewish tradition, a question is more valuable than an answer, teaching us to value exploration and not discovery. In that light, our community is already well-positioned to celebrate Passover while also practicing social distancing.

"Jewish life takes place in the home and Passover is a 'home holiday' - it teaches us that Jewish identity comes from family and community," explained Cantor Thom King.”

With that in mind, Beth El has prepared a collection of tips, tricks, resources, and suggestions to help make this year's Passover meaningful, no matter how you celebrate.

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Beth El Haggadah 

Make Your Own Haggadah

5 Short & Sweet Kid Friendly Haggadot

How to Host a Virtual Seder

Seder Plate Craft for Kids

Moses: A Leader's Story (Online Videos & Games)

Passover Ideas for Families with Young Children

USCJ Passover Resource Page

Conservative Yeshiva Passover Resource Page

Rabbinical Assembly Passover Resource Page

JTS Passover Resource Page

Jewish Grandparents Network Passover Resource Page

18 Doors Passover Resource Page (formerly Interfaith Family)

Passover Parodies

Pesach Related Articles:

Passover Reflections

Haggadot from the Heart

All Who Are Hungry, Come and Eat (Please note - this article was written prior to COVID-19)

Tue, November 30 2021 26 Kislev 5782