Passover is going to be a little different this year, but the J has been working overtime to collect fun and useful resources for you and your family.
Whether celebrating with friends, family, or a mixture of both (virtually, of course!), we have everything you need to make this year’s Passover one for the books.
In need of some hilarious, heartwarming, and timely passover videos? We’re here for ya!
Moses and Pharaoh Go to Counseling
ELS Passover Play
My Favorite Things with Graeme Schulz
Virtual Kid-Friendly Seder (thanks to Jewish Theological Seminary!)
From our friends at Tablet Magazine: Tablet’s Passover Haggadah: An Ancient Story for Modern Times (a little birdie told me that we have some FREE copies that we’ll be giving away once the J reopens)
Humor, Jewish culture: For This We Left Egypt? A Passover Haggadah for Jews and Those Who Love Them by Dave Barry, Alan Zweibel, and Adam Mansbach
In need of a virtual Haggadot? Look no further.
- Click here for a Haggadot created for young families
- Click here for a Haggadot created specifically for members of the LGBTQIA+ community
Seder Songs and Paradies
Who has time to dig out their collection of Seder songs?
Click below to access the best Seder Songs and Parodies!
We can’t be together right now, but thanks to technology, there’s no need to be alone this Passover.
First Night Seder: 6:00 – 8:00 pm
To attend, please visit www.emanueldenver.org and click on the ‘Passover Seder’ link
Judaism Your Way
Second Night Family Seder
For more information, please click here
The Jewish Experience
Live Show every weekday at 4:00 pm
Hebrew Educational Alliance
First Night Seder (two options)
- Family and Young Children
- Dollin Family Seder
Second Night Seder
- Gruenwald Family Seder
For more information on these Seders, please click here