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The Jewish holiday of Passover (in Hebrew, Pesach) commemorates the exodus of the Jews from slavery in Egypt. Yep, it’s a biggie! In fact, Passover is one of the most important holidays in the Jewish faith.

This year, Passover begins the evening of Wednesday, April 5, and ends the evening of Thursday, April 13. To celebrate, there is traditionally a seder on the first and second nights, but like many things in Judaism, that’s flexible.

And here at Honeymoon Israel, we’re all about flexibility and helping you “do Jewish” in your own way.

That’s why we’ve put together some Passover goodies for you! Whether you’re doing a traditional seder or want to mix things up, we’re here to help.

Reimagined Rituals

Seder’s not your style? We’ve put together two reimagined Passover celebrations that you can easily plan with your HMI fam. No previous Passover experience required.

The Four Glasses of Wine

This guided wine tasting offers an alternative celebration that incorporates Passover storytelling and rituals along with our much-loved conversational prompts.

Charoset Around the World

Reimagine your seder by hosting a charoset tasting that features different versions of this Passover favorite from around the world. Or just enjoy a new recipe!

Haggadot Guide

The Haggadah is the book that tells the Passover story and keeps a seder on track. And there are as many ways to interpret and tell the Passover story as there are Jews in the world. We’ve put together a few of our favorites that reflect your uniqueness. Whether you’d like to host a #Friendseder, or are attending your first seder, these (downloadable!) options will provide the guidance you need.

Seder Table Cheat Sheet

We’ve put together a Seder Cheat Sheet designed to help you feel confident attending or hosting. The word Seder in Hebrew means “order.” A Seder is a structured, home-based ritual that combines education, food, singing, and storytelling, all in a particular order. Designed to engage all ages, Seders are held on the first and often second night of Passover. Around the world, Seders include different items and rituals that reflect the diversity of Jewish cultures.