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The great medieval mystic known as the Ramban famously said that Jewish families don't come together in order to celebrate the holidays; instead, we have holidays in order to bring Jewish families together. 

Astonishingly and painfully, we are entering the second year of this pandemic, and that means that despite sane political leadership, the new vaccines and other reasons to hope, many of us will not be gathering with our friends and families. 

We’re coming up on Passover, one of our major family gathering holidays. In order to help more people eat more matzah and get more liberated from their narrow places, here are some resources:

  • SEDER LEADING: If you are going to be leading a seder, please make it awesome!  Join our workshop to talk through ways of making liberation something that can happen in your living room, at your seder!  

  • Kashrut + Selling Hametz: If you are looking for some guidance on how to make your home kosher for Passover, you can find that here, and if you want to sell the hametz you have in your possession, you can use this form.

  • KID'S SEDER: For our youngest members, we have a pre-recorded Seder:


Having seder at home - either as a host or a guest - is an opportunity for more members of the BHA community to connect directly with each other, contributing to a stronger community and a more liberated world. 


Fri, January 21 2022 19 Shevat 5782