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Passover Community Resources

This year, once again, our Passover seders will look very different from what we are accustomed. While there will be fewer people around the table or a quieter rendition of Dayenu being sung, this year’s Passover will resonate differently for us all, as we connect to loved ones and our community in new ways.

UJA would like to help by providing some ideas to make your seder extra special this year. From a review of the seder by Toronto rabbis to a homemade haggadah, we’re sure these resources can add value to your family’s holiday.

Reviewing the Seder

Rabbis from across our community have come together to create a seder video so that you can rediscover what the Passover ritual is all about. Just click “play” and enjoy!

Staying Connected

This year, our seders will be smaller and we will miss our routines, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying a full, meaningful seder. Remember that you are joining millions of Jews around the world and linking to generations past and future. We are pleased to present two incredible offerings to help make your Passover more meaningful:

  1. Rabbi Yossi and Living Jewishly present Alone-Together: a Passover broadcast, in a year like no other, a journey like no other.
    Saturday, March 27, 2021
    Broadcast airs at 6:30 PM EST
    Register at by 4:00 PM Friday, March 26th.

  2. Seder Night in Canada™
    Canada’s first-of-its-kind online celebration of Passover!
    Premiering Thursday, March 25th at 8:00 PM
    View online:


This year, create your own haggadah or follow along with a digital haggadah. This website is an incredible resource for creating a custom haggadah.

Check out some new and creative digital haggadahs:

Ma Nishtanah

This sweet video of children singing Ma Nishtanah will be inspiring as your family prepares for the “Four Questions”:

UJA wishes you and your families a Chag Sameach.
May this year be a meaningful and inspiring Passover.