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Haggadateinu - Our Haggadah

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Haggadateinu - our Haggadah, the first Passover Haggadah from the Movement for Reform Judaism

Our first ever Haggadah - the text which sets out the order of the Passover seder - is now available.

 

'Haggadateinu' - 'Our Haggadah' features an attractive, user-friendly layout including transliterated Hebrew. It embodies our core values and will provide an engaging, enjoyable seder for anyone who uses it.

The latest reprint also features an enclosed ring-binding, meaning it looks attractive on your bookshelf whilst being easy to use at the seder table.

 

Haggadateinu and Pesach Resources

Rabbi Debbie Young-Somers, MRJ's Community Educator, has put together these resources to enrich your experience of Pesach, whether in the classroom or at home.

Haggadateinu: the Reform HaggadahHow to order

For bulk orders over 20 and for synagogue orders, please contact Marcia Singer: 020 8349 5642

Prices

  • Orders over 70 and above: £6.50 per copy
  • Orders over 20 under 70: £7.50 per copy
  • Orders under 20 (synagogues only): £8.50 per copy

 

For individual orders of under 20 copies, please order via John Trotter

'Haggadateinu' is produced by the rabbinic publications team under Rabbi Paul Freedman of Radlett & Bushey Reform Synagogue with Rabbi Yuval Keren. The text is the work of an earlier working group chaired by Rabbi Alexandra Wright which included Rabbi Colin Eimer, Rabbi Dr Michael Hilton, Rabbi Neil Kraft, Rabbi Elizabeth Tikvah Sarah and Rabbi Dr Reuven Silverman.

It features illustrations by Hertfordshire-based folk artist Suzy Taylor whose papercuts are meticulously cut with a blade from a single piece of paper.

Rabbi Paul Freedman says: "The publication of our own Haggadah is a significant moment for the Movement. The themes of the festival of Pesach: freedom leading to responsibility and social action are core values of Reform Judaism. It's therefore incredibly exciting that at last we will have our own beautifully illustrated Haggadah reflecting our deeply-held beliefs".

 

 

 

 

 

 

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