BWC Virtual Passover Seder Package


For our updated 2021//5781 Passover package, including the full recording of our 2021 community seder, please make a pay-what-you-can donation here for access to all of the resources. Thank you!



Download a PDF of our ever-evolving Haggadah, designed in collaboration between the Ritual Committee and Acting for Racial and Economic Justice Committee. Featuring 10 songs, and solidarity actions.


Download a PDF of our community charoyses and dessert recipe book for sweet treats during and after your Seder.





Click here to watch and listen to our BWC Virtual Passover Playlist on YouTube, featuring the 10 songs in our Haggadah with original vocals by Bob Follansbee, Pauli Katz, and Linda Gritz.



Download a PDF of our simple Seder plate guide. Our plate includes an orange and olive, and explains what each food symbolizes. Whatever you have at home this year is perfect and enough.



Download a PDF with prompts to inspire art for your family’s Haggadah this year. With a question to help inspire your art-making, choose 1-2 songs to illustrate and share with your family.




This past Sunday, we held our first-ever virtual Seder with over 600 people participating from their homes. Despite the global pandemic preventing us from joining together in-person, we still came together, returning to an age-old ritual in an entirely new way.

Whether you are celebrating Seder with loved ones at home, online, or on your own, we invite you to use our Haggadah with links to music, our Seder plate guide, and our community recipe book.

For the longer Seder reflection and resources to take action around reparations and racial justice, read the full message here.

A copy of the recorded virtual Seder was sent to all who registered and to dues-paying members. If you would like a recording of the readers to watch and follow along with, please contact or consider becoming a member.
From all of us at BWC, we wish you and your loved ones a zissen Peysakh, a sweet, joyful, meaningful and healthy Passover.

BWC Shule is looking for teachers!

Our Shule is looking for Boston-based teachers for our Kindergarten, 2nd, 5th, and 6th-grade classes! This is an opportunity to teach in the Boston Workers Circle's progressive, secular Jewish Sunday school. 
Deadline for applications June 30! Learn more on our Jobs page, and please pass along widely.