My first memories of Passover are as a teenager, helping my mother set the table for our family Seders. She taught me the ins and outs of how to create a beautiful and meaningful Passover for our family. With this inspiration in mind, The Haggadah Collective was curated in order
to reflect old traditions and create new ones.
The Fifth Child represents the child of the Holocaust that did not survive to ask a question.
The Fifth Cup of Wine honours the strength and resiliency of refugees across the globe.
Miriam’s Cup honours the role woman played in the Passover story.
Matzah of Anguish and Hope acknowledges the unspeakable horrors of terrorism that have shattered the lives of people in Israel.
The Orange on the Seder Plate represents inclusion and solidarity with those not explicitly present in the Passover story such as women and the LGBTQ+ community.
Gender Neutral Text in order to promote social change and contribute to achieving gender equality.
Recipes for Passover
It was created with love and respect for our family and we hope it resonates with yours.
Chag Pesach Sameach,
♡ Pearl & Maxie