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Connecting with community this Passover

As in past years, we have connected each other at Passover Seders. This year we hope to do the same.

If you are looking to find an opportunity to connect with others for a Virtual Passover Seder, let us help. 

Contact Rabbi Jaech to join a virtual seder.

Women Cook Passover Recipes

Our Israeli friends who visited us and shared a lovely meal from each of their heritages, have sent us a collection of Passover recipes. 

Whether you are looking for something new to add to your dessert options or if you want to find a less common Sephardic dish to spice things up at your Seder table, you'll find it here. 

Check out the Women Cook Passover specialties: 
Exotic and flavorful Passover recipes from Israel

Other Passover Recipe Sources:
What Jew Wanna Eat - Providing an answer to "What is Jewish food?" one recipe at a time
Poppy and Prune - Recipes that explore global Jewish food history and culture, from the biblical era to the present

a virtual Seder, A Little Ones Story, a Puzzle and a Peach

 Virtual Seder - Creative ideas on venturing into a virtual Passover Seder by Rabbi Pein.

A Passover Story - K-1 Grade  - Flip through the pages for the story as shared in our Gan/Aleph CJL Class.

Where is the afikoman? - If you can find Waldo, you can find the afikoman....or can you?

A Peach Treat - It's tried and true and we are sharing it with you!

TIPJY & Tipsy Snap, Crackle, Pop...It's Matzah Crunch!

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM ON ZOOM

Come learn to make Matzah Crunch to bring to your Passover Seder! 

If you have the ingredients available, you can even make this treat with us. You'll need plain matzah, unsalted butter, dark brown sugar, kosher salt, chocolate chips and sprinkles (optional) a pot, spatula, baking sheet and aluminum foil.

Join us here:

PJ Library's Passover Family Activities

Check out these fun Passover art projects that PJ Library has collected to keep families in creative mode during the holidays at home.

Join a virtual and musical Passover party on April 14 with PJ Library's Tkiya that is fun for kids and their families.  Register here to receive the Zoom link.

Practical Tips for How to Run a Digital Seder
Monday, April 6, from 1-2:00pm ET
Not quite sure what to do with all of the resources out there? Need a little encouragement? We’ve got you covered. Learn how to craft your own seder with whatever time, materials, and Jewish knowledge you have (or don’t have!). To join the live discussion, register now:
This webinar is being jointly hosted by the Union for Reform Judaism, the Association of Reform Jewish Educators, and the Early Childhood Educators of Reform Judaism.

Mon, January 18 2021 5 Sh'vat 5781