Seder

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.

Dayenu: It Would Have Been Enough

Hebrew and English text of this iconic Passover song.

How to Find a Passover Seder Near You

Don't have plans for the Seder? No problem.

Ha Lachma Anya: The Bread of Slavery and Affliction

This text is an opportunity for hands-on engagement with the seder’s core message.

Sharing the Bread of Affliction

Why is one of the first acts of the Seder inviting others to join us?

The Unasked Question

On a night built around inquiry, there's one question that is never posed at the Passover seder.

Remembering Our Oppression With Sweetness

The haroset paste eaten at the Passover Seder recalls the mortar the Israelite slaves used to build in Egypt. So why is it so sweet?

The Oft-Misquoted Catchphrase of the Exodus

'Let My People Go' is only half the equation.

The Hidden Arc of the Passover Seder

The Mishnah says the seder must begin with the disgrace of enslavement and end with praise of God. The authors of the Haggadah did a little more than that.

Mah Nishtanah: An Invitation to Dialogue

The various meanings of this well-known Seder phrase.