What Is The Passover Program?

The Passover program is a religious event that celebrates the Jews’ exodus from Egypt. It is a week-long holiday that begins on the night of the 14th of Nissan and ends on the night of the 21st. This year, Passover begins on April 10th and ends on April 18th. There are many traditions associated with Passover, including special foods, rituals, and prayers.

What should I know about this?

Some of the most important traditions involve the Passover seder, which is a ceremonial meal that is held on the first night of the holiday. This meal typically includes a special menu, including matzah balls and other dishes made with unleavened bread. There are also many rituals associated with this meal, such as reading from an ancient book called the haggadah. During this tradition, family members discuss their own experiences as well as share stories about how they became Jewish or what it means to be Jewish.

Another important tradition during Passover is the search for leavened bread or any food items that have been contaminated by yeast or gluten. These all get discarded in order to help people respect God’s word and focus on remembering the liberation from slavery.

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