Here is the information about passover seder, the order, the plate and the additional verses to the Spirit of God. Additionally, I've added a link to Imitations on Mortality by Wordsworth--read the WHOLE poem--which is just sublime.
This is a great PDF handout that I used to get an outline of seder: http://jewishfederation.org/images/uploads/holiday_images/39497.pdf
IMITATIONS ON MORTALITY: http://www.bartleby.com/101/536.html
Additional Verses To The Spirit of God:
We call in our solemn assemblies, in spirit,To spread forth the kingdom of heaven abroad,That we through our faith may begin to inheritThe visions, and blessings, and glories of God.
We'll wash and be wash'd, and with oil anointed
Withal not omitting the washing of feet:
For he that receiveth his PENNY appointed,
Must surely be clean at the harvest of wheat.
Old Israel that fled from the world for his freedom,
Must come with the cloud and the pillar, amain:
A Moses, and Aaron, and Joshua lead him,
And feed him on manna from heaven again.
Passover Seder Steps
There are fifteen steps in the Seder, described in the Haggadah. They are usually sung, to a special melody, at the beginning of the Seder and sometimes when beginning the next step in the process. The word “Seder” means “order” and we follow the steps one by one in the Haggadah.1
Recite the Kiddush. We make a special Kiddush for the Festival of Passover. This is the first glass of wine (There are 4 glasses during the 15 steps).
Wash Hands. Since the next step in the Seder will be the eating of a vegetable dipped in salt water we wash our hands to be ritually clean.
Eat the green vegetable dipped in salt water. Salt water is symbolic of the tears shed by the Jewish People in Egypt during slavery and throughout our history.
Break the middle matza and hide half for Afikoman. The smaller piece, represents the “bread of affliction,” is returned to the Pesach plate to be eaten later for the Mitzva of Matza. The larger piece, representing the Pesach Sacrifice, to be eaten at the end of the meal (Afikoman,”Desert”).
Tell the story of Passover. This is the part where the youngest child asks the four questions. We drink the second cup of wine. A new tradition of Miriam’s cup, which is filled with water, and the story of how she helped find water in the desert and how women have helped the Jewish people are told.
Wash hands before meal. This is the regular blessing recited before every meal in which bread is eaten, but during Passover we only eat Matza.
Say Hamotzi (The blessing for bread) while holding the remaining Matzot.
Special blessing for the matza. Everyone eats a part of the top and the middle matza.
Eat the bitter herb. Everyone eats lettuce leaves or stalks which are dipped into Charoset (a mix of nuts, apples, cinnamon, and sweet wine ).
Eat the bitter herb and matza together.
Serve the festive meal. The term Shulchan Orech actually means “set table”.
Eat the Afikoman. The Afikoman, which symbolizes the Pesach Sacrifice, which was eaten at the end of the meal. Some traditions ransom it from the children who have “hidden” it. Other traditions put the Afikoman into a pillow case to symbolize that when we left Egypt we carried everything on our backs. The pillow case is passed around the table during the Seder.
Say the grace after meal. The Third Cup of Wine is Drunk. The Cup of Elijah the Prophet is filled.
Recite Hallel. We recite the second part of Hallel, the selection of chapters of Psalms used as special praise for Hashem.
Conclude the Seder. We conclude with an additional prayer that we conduct the next Seder in Jerusalem.