Preparing for Passover

Passover requires a lot of work. Cleaning, cooking and planning a seder involve a great deal of time and labor. These poems, songs, and kavannot help us prepare our hearts as well as our homes.

Latest Rituals

“G-d forbid we eat grocery store drek.”
clawfoot bathtub
“When we speak the truth to power – saying, this is who we are / We reach back to help those still stifled in Mitzrayim, or poised / Uncertain at the shore.”
bare feet on a rock in a stream
“She taught me to walk headlong … into impossible waters”
woman with long brown hair shown from behind in a white tunic sitting in desert sand, her arms raised to the sky with arcs of sand falling on both sides, looking at setting sun in grayish brown cloudy sky
“Seder participants select a decorated pillowcase”
a seder plate

Bringing mindfulness to the act of welcoming guests through a chant and series of ritual intentions

Eight Ritual Steps of Hakhnasat Orkhim (Welcoming Guests)

Questions for contemplation on removing inner hametz

Nisan Guided Meditation

A new chant to sing while searching for hametz

Bedikat Hametz Chant

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Count On Telling Your Story: A Ritualwell In-Person Immersion

Join us for Count On Telling Your Story: A Ritualwell In-Person Immersion on Sunday, June 9th. Mix and mingle with old and new friends, enjoy delicious kosher-vegetarian food and engage in a variety of creative, thought-provoking sessions exploring rituals, writing, and art.

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