Second Night Community Seder

Led by Rabbi Rachel Timoner, Rabbi Stephanie Kolin, Cantor Josh Breitzer & Student Cantor Jordan Goldstein

Sunday, March 28 at 6 PM over Zoom

The clergy team invites you to find an object in your house that represents connection to you, something that holds things together, like a paper clip or a binder clip. This will symbolize the idea that all year long, every kind of force has separated us from each other, and distanced us from each other, but we have managed to stay connected and that is a triumph. The word in Hebrew for paper clip is machber or chibuk. Chibuk also means hug. As a symbol of the ways we have persevered and the ways that we have hugged each other from afar, we invite you to find a symbol of connection and put it on your Seder plate.


Seder for Families with Young Children

Led by Rabbi Rebecca Epstein & Cantorial Intern Shani Cohen

Sunday, March 28 at 5:30 PM over Zoom

Rabbi Epstein and Cantorial Intern Shani Cohen warmly invite you to join in our Second Night Seder for Families with Young Children. We look forward to celebrating Passover with a fun, musical, interactive, and meaningful seder just right for any child in 2nd grade or younger. Seder will conclude at approximately 6:15 PM.


Miriam’s Crisis: A Musical Sing-Along Dance Party Second Night Seder by Brooklyn Jews

Led by Rabbi Matt Green & Rabbinic Intern Eliza Scheffler

Sunday, March 28 at 5 PM over Zoom

Having Zoom Seder deja vu? We are, too. Instead of hosting another three-hour get-through-the-Haggadah by Zoom, we’ll be hosting a special virtual Seder that’s more like a festive party to get us in the Passover spirit. We’ll sing and dance, with a few special guests. And we’ll also include some familiar traditions and halachically required rituals to scratch your Seder itch. Join us! Free and open to all.


Kabbalat Shabbat Service with Yizkor Memorial Prayers

Friday, April 2 at 6:30 PM over Zoom


7th Day of Passover/Shabbat Morning Service

Saturday, April 3 at 9:30 AM over Zoom


Pop-up Passover Havdalah

Saturday, April 3 at 5:30 PM on CBE Sanctuary Steps
(weather permitting, masks and social distancing required)


Virtual Haggadot

Yachad Haggadah

A Different Night by Shalom Hartman Institute

Seder Supplement by Integrity First for America

PJ Library Haggadah

The Other Side of the River, the Other Side of the Sea by T’ruah


Other Resources to Help You Prepare

Yachad Passover Activity Guide (in color, with links)

Yachad Passover Activity Guide (ready to print in black & white)

How to Make Your Virtual Seder Lively, Engaging, and Meaningful by reformjudaism.org

The Pre-Seder Checklist Every Parent Needs by PJ Library