Virtual Community Second-Night Seder
Tuesday, April 23 at 5:00pm

Our virtual seder is free and open to all. Everything you need to join us is on this page: how to register and receive the Zoom link, items to have in your home, an online Haggadah, and guidelines for joining our Zoom seder.

  • Click here to register
  • Once you are registered, you will receive an automated confirmation email with the subject line East End Temple Virtual Seder Confirmation. PLEASE KEEP THAT EMAIL: it will include your personalized Zoom link.  All are welcome to register. (Please don’t forward your own Zoom link, or the other person will appear onscreen with your name.)  

List of suggested items to have in your home for the seder

Click here for the Haggadah we will be using

Guidelines for joining our Zoom seder

Lilith Seder
Women’s Seder sponsored by the Sisterhood of East End Temple (in person)
Thursday, April 25 at 6:00pm

Our annual Lilith Seder is for women about women, from Miriam to our modern day women of valor. We joyfully share in the reading of our own unique Haggadah, which includes meaningful prayers in the feminine Hebrew form, and we sing songs by Debbie Friedman (z”l). Pre-registration is required — see the Lilith Seder page for full details and registration link.

Other Haggadahs

Mishkan HaSeder: A Passover Haggadah is the newest Reform Haggadah for home use. Replete with poetry, art, and inspiring translations, Mishkan HaSeder sets a beautiful contemporary standard. The EET Judaica Shop willl have limited quantities of Mishkan HaSeder available for purchase, or you can purchase unlimited copies directly from the CCAR, at a 20% discount off the list price:

American Jewish World Service Social Justice Haggadah (free download): 

HIAS (refugee protection organization) Passover resources and Haggadah:

Family Resources

PJ Library:

Reform Judaism:

Parody Songs for a Lively Seder:

Recipes using matzah: