A few years ago before my dad passed away, we decided to write a Passover Hagaddah together. My dad, who was raised Catholic, wanted to create a Seder that was welcoming to everyone, not just our Jewish family.
We didn’t get a chance to jump in before he passed, but after he died I took it upon myself to pursue this idea. Over the course of a couple years, I wrote my very own Hagaddah, one that my family has used for the last few Passover Seders and one I hope to share with other family and friends at a large Passover celebration in the near future!
However this was not done without research! I did a lot of research. I’ve probably read more Hagaddahs over the last few years than I have in my entire life time…but through it all I’ve gathered a collection of amazing texts that do a great job of bringing this traditional holiday to life in new and creative ways.
If your family is looking to switch things up this Passover, here are a few cool and unique Hagaddahs that tell the same story in a fun, festive and updated way.
11 Cool and Unique Passover Hagaddahs
FOR THOSE WHO ARE SHORT ON TIME:
FOR THOSE WHO HAVE NON-JEWS AT THEIR SEDER:
FOR THOSE HOSTING OR ATTENDING PASSOVER FOR THE FIRST TIME:
FOR THOSE INTERESTED IN KABBALAH:
FOR THOSE WITH A GREAT SENSE OF HUMOR:
FOR THOSE WITH A LOT OF KIDS AT THE SEDER:
FOR THOSE WHO LOVE DISCUSSION:
FOR THOSE LOOKING FOR A LITTLE NERDY FLAIR:
FOR THOSE LOOKING TO LAUGH AND HAVE FUN WITH THE YOUNGER GENERATION:
FOR THOSE LOOKING FOR AN INTELLECTUAL SEDER:
FOR THOSE WHO STILL WANT SOMETHING TRADITIONAL:
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