Seder in a time of plague

Many of us will be leading seders with much diminished in size this year: the Year of the Plague. But also many will extend our tables virtually, and enjoy family and friends remotely. But what will we include from the haggadah? How will we lead this year’s seder.

I have, with many graphics, constructed a Power Point or PDF for you to prepare, and perhaps even to use the night of the seder. This year will be different, but it need not be less special.

Chag sameach to all.  I hope you enjoy this presentation, and this year, too, families will gather to celebrate freedom.

L’shanah haba’ah birushalayim.

Powerpoint: Leading A Seder Remotely

About the Author
Mark H. Levin was born in Baltimore, Maryland. A graduate of Boston University, Rabbi Levin studied two years in Israel, was ordained at the Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, and received his DHL in liturgy in 2001. Rabbi Levin is the Founding Rabbi of Congregation Beth Torah in Overland Park, KS, and has been retired since 2014.
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