Passover During Coronavirus

Passover During Coronavirus

6 Tips for Hosting a Solo Passover Seder

Having a Seder by yourself or with a small group doesn't have to be a lonely experience.

Passover During Coronavirus

On Passover Night, Let’s Relinquish Our Fear

The talmudic sage Rabbi Eliezer teaches that the eve of Passover is a night when we are guarded by God and protected from all evil.

Passover During Coronavirus

How to Find an Online Passover Seder

In this time of social distancing, many Jewish institutions are offering online options for the Passover seder. Here's a guide.

Counting the Solitude

Modelled on the Jewish practice of counting the Omer, this prayer is for those counting their days in quarantine or lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic.

This Passover is Like the First Passover

Like our ancestors, we hunker down in our homes while a plague swirls around us, and look toward redemption.

What Does it Mean To Say: ‘All Who are Hungry Come and Eat’?

The Passover seder begins with a declaration that we will throw our doors open and invite the poor in — or does it?

Celebrating Passover During Coronavirus? Try Adding these Special Items to Your Seder Plate.

Adding unique foods to the seder plate can help us mark a Passover that is different from all other Passovers.

Searching for Hametz: Finding Our Priorities by Candlelight

In the age of the coronavirus, the search for leaven by candlelight becomes even more apt.

How to Host a Virtual Seder

A guide to running a Passover seder over the internet.

Celebrating the Festival of Freedom at a Time of Suffering

Passover is a symbol of hope that the redemption from slavery in Egypt prefigures the full redemption still to come.

Four Questions for this Year’s Seder

“Let all who are hungry come and eat.” We traditionally say these words during our Passover seder, opening our doors ...

How to Cook for Passover During the Coronavirus Crisis

Resources and recipes for Passover prepping and cooking.