This Passover is different from all other Passovers. No matter how you plan on observing, CJP is here to help you make your holiday engaging and meaningful. We’ve gathered an array of Passover content from and across the web. As we all practice social distancing, we hope these resources help you and your loved ones celebrate, find peace and joy in our traditions, and connect in spirit to our community.


The Wandering Is Over Haggadah from features a detailed leader’s guide to help you host a seder, plus thoughtful discussion questions and modern takes on classic seder elements.

This beautifully illustrated guide to the seder will make your Passover experience more family-friendly, as a guest or a host. The language in this Haggadah is especially suited for ages six and up.

The Kveller Haggadah is for curious kids — and their grown-ups. Designed to guide families through an epic journey from slavery to freedom, this Haggadah goes deep into Jewish traditions in a kid-friendly way, without overlooking the dramatic tensions of the Passover story.

A great option for young adults, the Jewbelong Passover Haggadah is fun, rich in detail, and highly accessible — no matter your background.

Compiled by Haggadot’s staff, this Haggadah is a thorough and engrossing book — perfect for anyone planning a traditional seder.

This Haggadah by The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) is a simple and easy-to-print reference for non-Hebrew speakers. The basic information needed to conduct a Passover Seder is included.


Alma shares a comprehensive guide for hosting a collaborative, meaningful seder — even when the guests are physically far away.

Haggadot shares its tips for hosting a virtual seder via Zoom.

Everything you need for a virtual seder, including recipes, readings to supplement your Haggadah, a Spotify Passover playlist, and links to video platforms.


A collection of online, Passover-related events so you can stay connected during the holiday.

Join a local synagogue offering an online seder, and be introduced to a new community.



Liven up your seder with these recipes, from brisket to chocolate mousse puffs to matzo tortillas. Plus, how to safely order gefilte fish and horseradish during the pandemic.

A diverse selection of online Passover events, including live streams, how-to-videos, one-on-one conversations, and group activities.

CJP offers Four Questions for conversation at your seder table, to help create meaning in this uncertain time.