I have created this Passover Seder booklet to use one year when several attendees were not Jewish, and we add teenagers who would have preferred the seder did not take as long as some of our seders lasted. I have included all the steps and it seems that I reached the goal of keeping teenagers involved and happy, as well as providing information for non Jewish attendees.
The booklet can be downloaded from ibooks® or from this website as a pdf. Pesach Sameach.pdf – Mireille Green. Or you can navigate through the pages on this website. All of it is free but copyrighted and cannot be duplicated in any form.
About the images on this seder, all were found on the internet and I secured permission to use the artwork from the artists. A few images were simply used as I could not find a contact for them. If you are the creator of an image I used, and you would like to have it removed, I will happily comply with your request and offer an apology. Please use the contact form to let me know.
I hope that you enjoy this Seder if you choose to use it. I will be improving it every year a little. Please leave comments to let me know what you think, or how I can make it better.
This is the order of the Seder, but because some sections span over several pages it is best to follow the links at the bottom of each page to navigate smoothly.
U’Rechatz—Washing the hands
Karpas—Eating a vegetable dipped in salt-water
Yachatz—Breaking the middle matzah
Maggid—Reciting the Haggadah
Rachtzah—Washing the hands a second time I did not include this in this booklet
Motzi Matzah Maror Korech Reciting the blessings before the meal
Shulchan Orech—Eating the festive meal
Tzafun—Eating the afikoman
Hallel Nirtzah—Reciting Hallel, psalms of praise; the promise that G?d will accept our service
In addition to these pages there are special poems, readings and songs, as well as the blessings for the four cups, and through out there are explanations if needed.
Please let me know what you think.