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Perhaps you've turned to this guide because you have married into a Jewish family and this year, it's your family's turn to host the Passover seder. This is awesome! Passover is a perfect holiday to honor your own family’s history while teaching your children about Judaism and connecting with your Jewish relatives. The themes of liberation and family origins in the traditional Haggadah text can expand to include your experience. Below we’ve included a bibliography of resources for families leading a Passover seder to help you make something meaningful for everyone.
Here's the short list of what’s typically involved in hosting a seder:
It can be a lot of work to host a seder, but hopefully well worth it! InterfaithFamily has a helpful article with tips for making your seder inclusive and welcoming for people of multiple backgrounds and faith traditions.
The Guide to Passover for Interfaith Families is also available in PDF