I put these very short, very unconventional Haggadot together each year for a gathering of friends to celebrate Passover in my home. They draw primarily from social justice themes and digital culture. While they are influenced heavily by Jewish and Episcopalian traditions, they are intended for use by a secular or interfaith group.

I am not a religious scholar or expert on anything, and this only reflects one person’s interpretation of the Seder. Feel free to use and adapt these for whatever you like! Please contact me if you’d like something tailored to your needs, or are interested in curriculum development for schools, after-school programs, youth groups, or community work.

2018 Haggadah (includes selections from Mary Oliver, David Whyte, and Maggie Smith)

2019 Haggadah (includes selections from Robert Burns, Virginia Woolf, and Portia Nelson)