Passover Haggadah Bookmarks
To include a Secular Humanistic blessing as well as an inclusive message of welcoming during your Passover Seder, we encourage you to print out these SHJ Passover Haggadah Bookmarks and include one in each copy of your Haggadot (the text used during the Seder).
Download the PDF here, which contains three bookmarks per page. First print page one ONLY, then put the sheet back into the printer and print page two on the back, then cut out the bookmarks.
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The welcoming message on the bookmark reads, in part:
A Story of Meaning for All People
The journey from slavery to freedom is a universal message and we thank those who travel with us. In the Torah’s mythical narrative, a “mixed multitude” joined the Israelites at Mount Sinai. Moses’ wife Zipporah was not an Israelite and her father Jethro, a Midianite priest, provided such wise counsel that a portion of Exodus is named in his honor. Let’s learn from Moses’ intermarried family that love is more powerful than hate and all are welcome at our Passover Seder.