Passover begins at sundown on Wednesday, April 8 and having to practice social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t have a nice holiday celebration.
Here is what you need for a special Virtual Passover:
- Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest has put together resources for a wonderful Virtual Passover
- Alma, an online publication that covers Jewish identity and culture, has a guide on hosting a virtual Seder.
- Chabad of Montclair has put together an “Everything You Need to Celebrate Passover During Coronavirus” page with helpful tips and resources.
- Reconstructing Judaism and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association created a “Virtual Passover Box,” which offers resources and innovations to enrich your holiday experience.
- The Union for Reform Judaism has put together virtual seder resources.
- Boxed Organics in Montclair is offering a special Seder bag of Passover essentials.
- Order a “Seder in a Box” Passover gift basket
- MishMish Cafe in Montclair offering a Passover menu for curbside pickup or delivery
- Plum Bakery in Montclair has gluten-free Passover treats
- Kings Food Market has a Passover Catering Menu
- Tia’s Food of Love in Verona is offering a full Passover Catering menu
- Eppes Essen in Livingston has a Passover menu for curbside pickup or delivery
- Amanti Vino has Kosher wine for your Passover Seder available through curbside pickup or delivery.
- City Winery in NYC is hosting an early Virtual Downtown Seder featuring celebrities and musicians on Monday, April 6 at 6 pm.
- Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield is holding classes about Passover through Zoom and services are being live streamed.
- Bnai Keshet in Montclair will lead a virtual Community Second Seder from 6 pm – 7:15pm on Thursday, April 9 and a Passover Service with Yizkor at 9 am on Thursday, April 16.
- Rabbi Greenstein of Shomrei Emunah in Montclair invites members of the synagogue to join him virtually at his Seder at home though Goggle Hangout.
- Temple Sholom in West Essex is offering online services
- Want to make your Zoom virtual Seder feel special? Download a fun Passover background.
Baristanet wishes those celebrating a happy and joyous Passover! Chag Sameach!