Passover begins on March 27, with a week of celebrations and special foods. Attend a Passover Seder virtually or in person, FREE or for a nominal fee.
Passover celebrates the freedom of the Jews from slavery in Egypt, led by Moses.
You know the story. And if you don’t, watch the iconic movie, with Charlton Heston as Moses, Yul Brynner as the Egyptian Pharoah, and the dramatic parting of the Red Sea.
As with most Jewish festivals, the basic story line is this – they tried to kill us, they failed, we survived, let’s give thanks and let’s eat.
The first two nights of Passover are celebrated with special Seder dinners, with traditional rituals and traditional foods. This year, there’s also a third Seder night, from at least one organizer.
Attend these Passover seders, either in person or virtually:
World’s Largest Virtual Seder
Join the East End Temple in NYC for what is expected to be the world’s largest virtual seder, on Sunday, March 28, 5pm to 6:30pm
This virtual seder is FREE open to all.
Everything you need to join:
- Register in advance at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAkc-ivrDwuGtz5Ks7cK0_GSlY-ZGh_h1SV
- After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Downloat the printable PDF of the Haggadah East End Temple will be using
The largest Jewish house of worship in the world – and one of the most beautiful – is offering a series of FREE online services for Passover, including Yizkor.
The services will be broadcast on its website, facebook and YouTube pages from the Temple’s location on Fifth Avenue.
Additionally, Temple Emanu-El is hosting a range of virtual programming around the holiday, including community service opportunities to cook and distribute food to the homeless, care for the elderly, and more as part of the Temple’s Tikkun Olam program.
- Saturday, March 27, 5:15—6:00 PM
- Sunday, March 28, 10:30 AM—12:00 PM
- Friday, April 2, 6:00—7:00 PM
- Saturday, April 3, 10:30 AM—12:00 PM (with Yizkor/Memorial Service)
Services will be broadcast on our website, Facebook and YouTube: https://www.emanuelnyc.org/live-broadcast/
The Actors Temple
Sunday, March 28, 6 PM via Zoom.
Celebrate with members of this synagogue, founded a generation ago by actors and others in the theater, with a real location in the NYC Theater District.
The virtual Seder is FREE, with music by Aron Bederson and James Besser. Suggested donation to receive a Seder Supplement electronically, $18 or more.
By Phone: 646-876-9923, Meeting ID: 843 1112 2112, Password 511940; or use the Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84311122112?pwd=VUUwZGtHbzY1UGVteHBVUHFCSjNlQT09
To join in person, please email Rabbi Jill at email@example.com.
This irreverant Jewish group is scheduling both a second night and a third night Seder, with comedy and other entertainment along with the tradiitonal Hagaddah readings, also by Zoom. JewBelong also is planning a virtual Afikomen hunt with real Venmo prizes.
It’s called BURNING MAN-ISCHEWITZ: JEWBELONG’S VIRTUAL SEDER.
Sign up for Saturday, March 27th, at 7pm ET or for Sunday, March 28th, at 7pm ET, or both.
The Seder will stream on JewBelong’s YouTube starting on March 28th, right after the second live showing.
And for those of you who are having in-person or Zoom Seders, be sure to print out JewBelong’s free Haggadah.