Everything you need to prep for your own liberating Passover seder experience.
Passover is all about going forth from the narrow places that limit us, freeing our bodies, minds, and spirits, and doing it in community. Whether this is your first year hosting a seder or you’ve done it countless times, we hope you’ll find some digital inspiration and guidance for a transformative and meaningful seder experience.
They say once you’ve done something three times it’s a tradition, so join us for our annual virtual second-night seder, From Me to We: Virtual Passover Seder, where we’ll weave the ancient Passover retelling with all the ways we show up in Jewish community today – as artists, activists, Jews of different backgrounds, identities, ethnicities and stories. Led by our rabbis and members of the community, we’ll hit all the traditional Passover seder high notes and songs, have optional break out dinners, all followed by a post-dinner seder sing along. Together we will move from a place of me to a place of we.
Passover Resource Round-Up
Passover Resources for Kids and Teens
How to Host a Kid-Friendly Seder Workshop
It’s not just our children who want a kid-friendly seder! Our Jewish ancestors designed the seder to keep kids having fun with games, songs, and other delights along the way. Join us for a hands-on workshop where we’ll explore various Passover traditions and share opportunities for infusing kid-friendly elements into your seder. Watch!
Our Favorite Haggadot
DIY Seder by JEN
Bring a little Mishkan spirit to your seder table with our Passover seder video playlist.
Valley Beth Shalom
Make Your Own
The Velveteen Rabbi
The Jewish Braille Institute
Prepping for Passover
- How do you prepare for a seder again? Get more meaning from cleaning. Listen!
- Passover food catering by Schmaltz & Vinegar.
- Sell your chametz!
Music for Your Soul
Get into the Passover spirit with music from Mishkan’s Davening Team.
First Night Seder
While we aren’t hosting an official Mishkan first night seder, check out these great options from our partners:
Skokie Valley Open Seder (in-person)
Watch our Davening Team perform Min Ha’Metzar, From the Narrows, a traditional song sung during Passover.
Watch the Mensch Academy kids teach the Four Questions. Learn the movements and impress your friends and family (spoiler alert: maROARRR like a lion!)
Want to sell your chametz?
Empower Rabbi Lizzi to sell it for you.