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Online Resources for Hosting Inclusive Virtual Seders

Digital Haggadahs

Downloadable Resources to Incorporate into Your Seder and During Passover

Cookbooks and Recipes

Hardcopy Resources

Online Resources on Hosting Inclusive Virtual Seders

Digital Haggadahs (Haggadot)

You can make your own Haggadah at! Or, check out these, free to download:

  • You can download a ready-made haggadah or create your own. You can even collaborate with family or friends virtually.
  • JewBelong Free Haggadah download. Great for anyone who wants a fun, non-traditional, simple, short, easy seder. We love it because of the shout-out to interfaith families on page 4!
  • PJ Library. Free Haggadah download. Great for a more traditional seder with young children.
  • JewishBoston. Free Haggadah download. Features a detailed leader’s guide to help you host a seder, plus thoughtful discussion questions and modern takes on classic seder elements.
  • Kveller. Free Haggadah download, also geared toward families with young children.
  • Jewish Grandparents Network. Free Haggadah download. This 10 minute Haggadah was written for multi-generational virtual seders and is geared to kids 5 and up. It distills the seder to its essence and doesn’t require any ritual items or previous knowledge of Passover.
  • Barenblatt, Rachel, ed. The Velveteen Rabbi’s Haggadah for Pesach.
    A non-denominational haggadah with a lot of readings in English, transliterations for Hebrew text and good jumping-off points for discussion.
  • HIAS. Free Haggadah download. Download the HIAS Haggadah to include a deeper exploration of the global refugee crisis in your Seder this year.
  • LabShul. Free Haggadah download. An everybody friendly Haggadah.

These Haggadot are also available for purchase and can be electronically downloaded:

Downloadable Resources to Incorporate into Your Seder and During Passover

Cookbooks and Recipes

  • Schulman, Zell. Passover Seders Made Simple. New York: Wiley, 2001.
    A cookbook and guide to planning the menu at your seder.
  • Wasserman, Debra. No Cholesterol Passover Recipes. Baltimore, Md.: Vegetarian Resource Group, 1995. A vegan Passover cookbook that conforms to strict Ashkenazi Passover kashrut guidelines.
  • 18Doors Passover Recipes. Check out all the fun Passover recipes 18Doors has complied over the years.
  • Ruth’s Mix from JewBelong. A way to welcome everyone to your Seder table, and honor the growing diversity of the Jewish people.

Hard Copy Resources

Note: These resources are only available in hard copy, so may be hard to find this year prior to Passover due to COVID-19.

How-To Guides

Other Haggadahs We Like

The Guide to Passover for Interfaith Families is also available in a beautiful PDF

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18Doors is here to support interfaith couples and families exploring Jewish life. We offer educational content; connections to welcoming organizations, professionals and programs; resources and trainings for organizations, clergy and other program providers; and our Rukin Rabbinic Fellowship provides offerings for couples in cities nationwide. If you have questions, please contact


Author: 18Doors