Prepare for Passover with Ritualwell, by Rabbi Deborah Glanzberg-Krainin, Ph.D.

Check out our Passover resources and you will find a wide variety of readings, songs, and poems.  And, as  you prepare for your seder, please remember to share your materials with us. 

The Passover seder is the most observed Jewish occasion of the year. All kinds of Jews in all kinds of situations join together to drink wine, eat matzah, and recount the formative story of our people. That means that most of you will be hosting or attending a seder. Over the next few weeks, Ritualwell will help you prepare. Next week we will host a guest blog from writer and high school student Emily Goldberg. Emily writes about the need to expand our tables during Passover, and consider community-building an important moral obligation. We also will feature a piece by acclaimed Jewish musician Craig Taubman; he writes about how both music and silence can add texture to the seder experience. Finally, poet and ritual artist Matia Rania Angelou will share the origins of Miriam’s cup and offer suggestions for its use at our Passover tables.

Check out our Passover resources and you will find a wide variety of readings, songs, and poems.  And, as  you prepare for your seder, please remember to share your materials with us.