Can you believe that it's almost Passover? Some of us have already begun cleaning our houses. Some of us have begun our Passover shopping in anticipation of the holiday. And some us have begun thinking about what will make this year's seder different and more meaningful than last year's.
We can’t help you with your cleaning or shopping, but the seder happens to be our expertise! Check out the new material posted this week on haggadot.com.
-Rabbi Rosenberg from Edison, NJ has posted pieces from his siddur for Holocaust Remembrance day.
-Yoel Benharrouche, of Jerusalem, has shared some of his stunning artwork with us.
-Rabbi Kligfeld of Temple Beth Am in Los Angeles shared his favorite seder tune along with the story of how it became his favorite seder song.
-Jewish Boston has begun posting their newly released Haggadah, which they hope will enable more Jews to participate at the seder.
-The Shalom Center in Philadelphia shared selections from the "Freedom Seder," which puts a modern twist on the issues of freedom and slavery from the Passover story.
-The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism in Washington DC uploaded pieces that reflect a contemporary outlook on various sections of the haggadah.
We can't wait to see what great content next week will bring!