#StayAtHome Passover


Why is this year different than all other years?  Most of us are finding this question quite simple to answer this year. 


PJ Library Vancouver is encouraging you to embrace the differences the year, to take this opportunity to embrace new traditions and create something new and meaningful for your family.  Once a day, through April 8 we will be posting ideas on how to to create a fun, meaningful and innovative seder for everyone.  We hope you will find our ideas will add significance to your celebrations whether you will be hosting just your immediate family, zooming with friends and family from around the world or joining in with an organized virtual seder.   


We will also be sharing a daily video from our local Jewish leadership on what they love about Seder or Passover. We hope that their enthusiasm will help build your enthusiasm for #StayatHome Passover


The "I'm Bored" Passover Challenge

Kids ages 11 and under are invited to create anything that can be used at your Seder, using materials you already have at home. Click here for entry information. Dealine for submission is on April 8, 2020.


March 30, 2020


March 31, 2020

  • Passover Recipes
  • Video of Rabbi Dan Moskovitz & Rabbi Carey Brown talk about the pesach (passover) ritual and blessing of Urchatz 


April 1, 2020


April 2, 2020


April 3, 2020


April 5, 2020


April 6, 2020


April 7, 2020


A big thank you to Beth Israel, Beth Tikvah, Connect Me In, Har-El, Jewish Community Centre, Or Shalom and Temple Sholom all of whom have contributed their time and content to these tips.