Our Passover meal is called a seder, which means “order” in Hebrew, because we go through specific steps as we retell the story of our ancestors’ liberation from slavery. Some people like to begin their seder by reciting or singing the names of the 14 steps—this will help you keep track of how far away the meal is!

  1. Kadeish  קדש – recital of Kiddush blessing and drinking of the first cup of wine
  2. Urchatz  ורחץ – the washing of the hands
  3. Karpas  כרפס – dipping of the  karpas  in salt water
  4. Yachatz  יחץ – breaking the middle matzo; the larger piece becomes the  afikoman
  5. Maggid  מגיד – retelling the Passover story, including the recital of "the four questions" and drinking of the second cup of wine
  6. Rachtzah  רחצה – second washing of the hands
  7. Motzi  מוציא,  Matzo  מצה – blessing before eating matzo
  8. Maror  מרור – eating of the maror
  9. Koreich  כורך – eating of a sandwich made of matzo and maror
  10. Shulchan oreich  שלחן עורך – lit. "set table"—the serving of the holiday meal
  11. Tzafun  צפון – eating of the  afikoman
  12. Bareich  ברך – blessing after the meal and drinking of the third cup of wine
  13. Hallel  הלל – recital of the Hallel, traditionally recited on festivals; drinking of the fourth cup of wine
  14. Nirtzah  נירצה – say "Next Year in Jerusalem!"

haggadah Section: Introduction
Source: Toby Lausin and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passover_Seder