Tu B’Shvat Haggadot

With Tu B’Shvat becoming more and more popular, there is a greater demand for quality Haggadot for the Tu B’Shvat Seder.  Help your participants and your programming team find a Seder that’s right for them, starting with our list!

  • Hazon’s Tu B’Shvat Seder and Sourcebook is true to their mission.  Beautifully designed, it incorporates ancient and modern text to encourage awareness of the world around us.  Hazon also provides a Leaders Guide, with tips for organizing and hosting the Tu B’Shvat Seder.
  • Hillel’s Joseph Meyerhoff Center for Jewish Learning provides a downloadable Haggadah entitled Trees, Creation & Creativity.  It is accompanied by a through appendix to provide context to the holiday celebration.
  • Jewcology presents a Flowchart Haggadah.  This entirely graphical one-page design provides a basic guide to the Seder that you can customize with your own stories, songs, and teachings.
  • The Velveteen Rabbi has developed a customized haggadah filled with poetry, commentary, and a final call to action.
  • The Jewish National Fund’s Haggadah is a great tool for program facilitation, complete with discussion questions, songs & dances, and recipes for the Seder.

 

Email us at Alef@birthrightisraelnext.org to add to this list.

Hosting a Sustainable Shabbat Dinner

Sustainable Shabbat DinnerThis guide, produced in partnership with Hazon covers everything from setting a kavanah (intention behind the sustainable Shabbat dinner) to preparing, hosting, and learning together at the meal.  This is a great tool for more environmentally-minded and eco-friendly participants who are looking for ways to incorporate their values into Jewish celebration.

 

Download the guide here.