VIRTUAL Passover Seder: Registration Open!

Online, on Zoom










Featuring BWC's original ever-evolving Hagaddah ~ taking place virtually on Zoom ~ progressive tradition ~ singing ~ family-friendly


Sunday, April 5, 2020 @ 4:30PM

Taking place over Zoom (Zoom information sent after registration).

Log-in available at 4:15pm. Seder will start promptly at 4:30.

Join us over Zoom for a one-of-a-kind secular Seder experience, featuring BWC's original ever-evolving Hagaddah, progressive tradition, social justice and singing. Although we can't join together in-person this year, BWC's ritual committee and others are working hard on crafting a service centered around community & social justice. We're excited to see everyone's faces on the screen!

Along with the Zoom information, participants will also be emailed: 1) a virtual Haggadah to follow along with from home, 2) a community recipe book to create a holiday meal (please click here to contribute your own favorite Passover recipe), and 3) instructions on how to create your own Seder plate!

If possible, please register by Friday, April 3 to ensure that you receive the

email with the Haggadah, community recipe book, and other materials.


**New** Virtual Kids Table
@ ~4:50-5:10pm
(after candle lighting and concurrent with the seder)
For 7 years old and younger + a grownup
**The "virtual kids table" program includes songs, movement and a read aloud. Kids table shenanigans will be lead by Maddy Popkin and others. To participate, register for the Community Seder. The link for the "virtual kids table" will be shared in the Zoom chat box.

New to Zoom and unsure? We want to support you! Contact Madeleine at or Michelle at with tech questions or to practice Zoom before the seder.


Payment Information
While we no longer need to cover the in-person expenses of food for

the event or renting the Hellenic Center, we are relying on income from this event to meet our organizational budget.

In our new current reality, we want to make our program offerings as widely accessible as possible. We know that many people are facing a lot of uncertainty right now, and we want to continue offering an open space for connection and ritual. Please donate what you are able to for this Seder.

If you are able to pay the full rate, you’re helping us to continue programming that is accessible, regardless of income. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. If you are not able to pay anything & would like to participate, please email You are welcome no matter how much you pay.

Our new suggested payment scale is:

Member households: $5 - $95

Non-member households: $10 - $115

Thank you for your support &
we look forward to celebrating with you!


If you are new to our community seder, you may want to see a sample by downloading recent haggadahs here.

Contact the office with any questions: email

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