Sign In Forgot Password

Passover 2024

Passover Seder Matching Form

Hosting and Attending a Seder

Are you looking for a seder to join? Would you like to host others at your seder? Fill out this form with what you are looking for and committee members will contact you with good matches!

Thinking Ahead to Passover: It is a Mitzvah and a Joy to welcome guests into your home for Passover.  If you have room at your table, please make space for members of our TBE community to join you.  Please fill out this survey so that you can be matched to someone looking for a seder. Opening up your home in this way is a lovely way for our community to connect. 

Seder Hosting Form - Please complete this form is you are interested in hosting a seder. A member of the Religious Practices Committee will contact you once they have potential matches. 

Seder Attending Form - This form will be available once hosts have been secured.

Return to Top of Page

Preparing for Passover & Young Families Seder - April 14, 2 - 4 p.m.

How to Lead & Enjoy Your Best Seder Yet!!

Join your fellow congregants to learn or brush up on your Passover knowledge, sample Passover treats and schmooze. 

Young Family Seder: Young Families Seder for tots, preschoolers, and early elementary-aged children and their parents, with seder-plate-making activity brief seder with songs & story.

On your way out, visit the TBE Gift Shop Passover sale!!!

DESCRIPTIONS AND REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON

Return to Top of Page

Online Resources for Passover from the TBE Religious Practices Committee

As you prepare your hearts and homes for Passover, these websites can help you celebrate our freedom and recall our bitter time in slavery.

 

Passover, Seders, and Celebrating

Pesach 101 - Just the basics

Passover Quiz - If you know the basics, try this quiz on prophets, pilgrimages, and more

Passover Seder: How To Be A Good Guest - An FAQ for attending a Seder

How To Make Your Seder Inclusive - Tips for welcoming non-Jewish people 

 

Passover Around the World

10 Passover Customs from Around the World - Unique traditions to inspire your celebration

9 Things you Didn’t Know About Passover - Why Israelis do one seder, what North African Jews do after Passover, and more

 

The Seder Plate

The Seder Plate - a review of the symbolism of each item on the seder plate

Seder Plate Coloring Page - children and adults will enjoy coloring this page 

Shank Bone - The shank bone is often the most elusive item on the seder plate. This dog treat from Amazon is a great seder plate hack.

 

Recipes and kosher considerations 

Passover Recipes - Several categories of recipes including main dishes, seder plate items, desserts and more 

What is Not OK to Eat - Which foods are customarily avoided

Is Soda Kosher for Passover? - It’s a complicated answer

 

Haggadot

11 Best Online Haggadot - User-friendly, social justice, kid-friendly, etc.

PJ Library 15 minute seder young children - Includes videos and text 

The 10 Minute Seder - For a short seder, try this two page document and helpful video

 

Quick Videos

Passover Seder- What to Expect - 4 minute video about seders

The Passover Story in 10 Scenes- PJ Library - 3:30 minute video for children

The Four Questions - How to say the “Mah Nishtanah”, includes text and video

 

Return to Top of Page

Sun, March 3 2024 23 Adar I 5784