Happy Passover!

Passover is the ultimate liberation celebration that reminds us that even in the face of tyranny, it is possible to move from degradation to freedom. We gather together at the Passover Seder to tell the Exodus story that has inspired oppressed people across the world for countless generations and remember that none of us are free until we all are free.

At Temple Israel of Boston, we come together as a community to mark the Seder together, infusing ancient symbols and traditions with contemporary ones as we reflect on the meaning of liberation in our world today. Don’t miss the annual matzah brei taste-test competition where each member of our clergy will present their unique recipe for this classic Passover treat!

Tara Schwartz, Temple Isaiah in LA - Seder Plate

Tara Schwartz, Temple Isaiah in LA - Musical Story, Puppets

Sandra, Toddler Room FJECC - Baby Moses

Morah Iryna, FJECC - Passover Story Godly Play Part 1

Morah Iryna, FJECC - Passover Story Godly Play Part 2

Shaboom Passover Special

4 Questions Sing A Long Shaboom

Passover Resources

Kid-friendly resources
300 Ways to ask the four questions

This is a fun book that has, yes, the four questions in 300 languages, many no longer spoken, some only spoken by TV characters (Klingon) from Albanian to Zulu and everything in between! This website offers several excerpts.

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Passover Customs from Around the World
Why is this night different from all other nights?: The Four Questions Around the World, by Ilana Kurshan

Similar to #1, but this one has 23 languages that are all spoken today. Each chapter includes info about the Jewish community from the country that speaks that language.

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Print Copy

Rabbi Rocketpower and the Half-Baked Matzah Mystery

by Rabbi Susan Abramson.

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Video Recording available on LibraryAnn’s Youtube Channel.

Shalom Sesame Passover

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