Hadar – The Path of Redemption Pesah celebrates a story of redemption—but what kind of redemption? For whom? Is it a personal or national story? Inclusive or exclusive? How does one get to redemption? What are the decisions and challenges along the way? All these questions and more are discussed in these pages in essays from Hadar’s distinguished faculty. We hope you use this resource to enrich your experience of Pesah, prompting questions to discuss at your Seder and beyond, helping you see this central holiday in new ways.
Avodah has collected the following Haggadot and Passover resources from their partners and allies in social justice work. Use these materials to help foster dialogue, lead prayers, and foster community during this holiday of liberation.
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Build Your Own Haggadah: Haggadot.com
Haggadah for Young Children: PJ Library
The Passover Haggadah: A Guide to the Seder: The Jewish Federations of North America
HIAS Haggadah: HIAS
Pesach Haggadah: Sefaria
United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism: The Discovery Haggadah
Rabbinical Assembly: “Feast of Freedom” Haggadah
Food and Kashering
The Search for Chametz: BimBam
The Passover Seder: What to Expect: BimBam
Passover: Mayim Bialik
A Virtual Passover Pilgrimage to Jerusalem’s Old City: Israel.org
Ideas for Small or Solo Seders
Free “Next Year in Person” Passover cards
Passover Song Playlist on Spotify 169 Passover related songs in Hebrew and English
“A Lion King Passover” by Six13: Youtube.com
“Dayenu” by the Maccabeats: Youtube.com