2021 Passover With Hillel

Seders from Michigan Hillel:

Hillel is excited to offer a Passover Seder meal to any student on campus, for FREE!

  • You can receive your first night seder meal for free* in any of these 3 ways:
    • Host at Home-Group catering from Hillel, including a Seder plate with all the symbolic foods! (Up to 10 people from a max of 2 households). Submit your meal on the platform by March 9th. Your guests must register by March 17th to guarantee a meal. Click here for Passover Host at Home FAQ’s.
    • Host at Home- Cook your own meal for up to 10 ppl from a max of 2 household. We will reimburse you $15/pp and provide you with a seder plate- Submit your meal on the platform by March 9 to guarantee a seder plate from Hillel. Click here for Passover Host at Home FAQ’s.
    • Individual Seder meals with small portions of Seder plate foods! Click here to reserve by March 9th to guarantee your meal. After March 9th, it will be first-come, first-serve for orders until we hit capacity through March 17th. 
  • Meals will be individually packaged and cold for pick up at Hillel on Friday, March 26. If you do group catering, your meals will still be individually packaged but will be wrapped together for your group. 

    *Every student is limited to ONE free Seder meal to ensure we can serve as many students as possible. 


Holiday & Weekday Meals Throughout Passover: 


Stay Tuned: 

  • Hosting a Seder for the first time? Sign up for a consultation with Rav Lisa, Rav Jared, or Haley.
  • Stay tuned for seder planning workshops with tips to run a seder at home or on Zoom successfully!

Recommended Resources:

There is actually SO much info out there- below has some recommendations and what those resources include. 

Haggadot.comgeneral resource for making a Haggadah your own, or download one to use for your seder, as well as supplements organized by Seder section.

One Table 

  • What does it include?
    • Register your seder or join a public (virtual) seder 
    • Haggadah options
    • Seder Supplements
    • Virtual platform information
    • Recipes
    • And more!

Hey Alma

  • What does it include?
    • Preparing for your virtual seder tips
    • Food/Recipe suggestions
    • How to be collaborative 
    • The Actual Seder/Setup 
    • And more!

Union for Reform Judaism

How to Hold a Passover Seder in the Year of Coronavirus

How to Make Your Virtual Seder Lively, Engaging, and Meaningful

  • What does it include?
    • General tips and ideas for seders
    • Resources for how to host virtually 
    • Recipes, videos, playlists etc. 
    • And more!

Chabad

  • What does it include?
    • Pre-Passover cleaning information
    • Shopping essentials 
    • Seder Plate tips
    • Seder FAQ’s and suggestions
    • And more! 

Community-Sourced Guide

Resources for Hosting Seders in Coronavirus Times

What does it include?

    • More guide suggestions
    • Haggadot options
    • Zoom/Technology resources
    • Food/Recipes tips
    • And more!

Social Justice Seder Tips and Resources: 

Repair the World 4 questions guide that Marisa mentions in her video!

LGBTQ CELEBRATORY PASSOVER RESOURCE GUIDE

The Four People // Repair the World + Jewish Multiracial Network

Selected Passages from HIAS’s 2019 Haggadah // HIAS

Other Articles and Tips:

Michigan Hillel’s 2019 Seder Host at Home FAQ

Seder This Year is an Opportunity

Six Tips for Hosting a Solo Passover Seder

How to Choose a Hagaddah in the time of Coronavirus

Passover fun!

Our friends at San Francisco Hillel put together a guide of fun things to help get you in the passover mood. Check it out here!

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