Haggadateinu - Our Haggadah
Our first ever Haggadah - the text which sets out the order of the Passover seder - is now available.
'Haggadateinu' - 'Our Haggadah' follows on from last year's pilot edition with an attractive, user-friendly layout. It embodies our core values and will provide an engaging, enjoyable seder for anyone who uses it.
Information on prices and how to order will be available in early 2014.
Here are some resources which we hope will enrich your seder experience
'Let all who are hungry come and eat' An accompaniment for your seder
Rabbi Helen Freeman and Libby Burkeman: "Over the last few months the Movement for Reform Judaism and the Assembly of Rabbis has set up a working group to ensure that we as a Movement are doing quality social action work. This group includes RSY-Netzer, professionals and lay leaders from across the community.
"After a thorough process this group have decided that the Movement for Reform Judaism social action project for the year will be on refugees. This will include learning about the topic, from a Jewish and general point of view as well as practical actions to really make a difference.
"Pesach is a great opportunity for us to relate to a time when the Jewish people were essentially refugees, forced to leave their homes for an unknown future. Several rabbis have written pieces linking the Haggadah to the plight of refugees today – please do use this booklet at your seder night and communal sedarim. We hope it makes the whole experience even more special and meaningful and look forward to receiving your feedback."
Haggadateinu music resources Cantor Zöe Jacobs with Rabbis Colin Eimer, Paul Freedman, Yuval Keren, Monique Meyer, Sybil Sheridan and Celia Surget sing a few Pesach tunes to help you prepare for seder night.
Second night seder? Rabbi Paul Freedman and Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner have written this responsum - a rabbinic response - to the question of holding a second night seder in the Reform tradition.
Why is this night different? Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner features in this BBC 1 programme. Giles Coren helps host a special seder in an engaging, entertaining and warm look at the meaning of Passover, captured in one unforgettable evening.
Thoughts on film for Pesach Three of the Movement's rabbis look at Pesach in a series of short films.
Menorah Synagogue member Gita Conn wrote this interesting piece on the role of women in preparing for Pesach for the Jewish Chronicle.
You can find out about healthy eating for Pesach here.
Find out some answers to Pesach questions from Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Romain.