Every haggadah tells a story. Of course it tells the story of Passover, but it also tells the stories of the people who made, saw, used, cared for, and occasionally spilled on it! By looking closely at one haggadah, from fourteenth-century Spain, we will explore a constellation of history, culture, text, and private lives—and by tracing its stories into the present, we may even come to appreciate our own Haggadot in new ways. Rabbi Sarah Berman joined Central Synagogue as Rabbi and Director of Adult Education in the summer of 2020 after serving the Central community for two years as a rabbinic intern. Her teaching focuses on Jewish art, history, and material culture, as well as on text and prayer.