OPPORTUNITIES & RESOURCES
While we may not be able to gather together in Champaign, there are still many ways to further our education. Check out what Hillel recommends for virtual seders, shabbat services,
virtual classes and seminars, and advocacy and donation opportunities.
Pesach — Passover in Hebrew.
Seder — Literally “order.” The seder is the ritual meal on the first night, and repeated on the second night in many homes, where the narratives of the Exodus from Egypt are told.
Haggadah — The text read at the seder.
Matzah — Unleavened bread that resembles a cracker. It's one of the key symbolic foods of Passover.
Chametz — Leavened food that is avoided on Passover.
“Chag kasher v’sameach” — “A happy and kosher holiday” (Hebrew)
“Ah zissen Pesach” — “A sweet Passover” (Yiddish)
From Hillel International (https://www.hillel.org/jewish/celebrating-shabbat-and-holidays/passover)
Online Seders & How-Tos
Classes & Seminars
Hillel @ Home - Daily classes, workshops and featured speakers.
Orthodox Union - Daily videos for Pesach preparation (kashering your kitchen, managing Pesach prep under the stress of COVID-19, etc.)
Hazon - Resources for social distancing and quarantine, reading resources
My Jewish Learning - Daily Passover workshops, cooking classes, stand up comedy, and more!
Jewish Theological Seminary - Passover Inspiration, podcasts, Torah classes, and short Holiday videos!
Aish - Pesach guides, daily videos, overview of Passover laws, recipes, and more!
Shorashim - #BetterTogether Campaign resources
The iCenter for Israel Education - Israel resources, workshops, classes, featured speakers, study guides.