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In 2024, Passover is expected to begin on the evening of April 22nd and end on the evening of April 30th . However, it is important to note that the exact dates and times may vary slightly based on the sighting of the new moon and other factors that are used to determine the Hebrew calendar.
In 2025, Passover is expected to begin on the evening of April 12th and end on the evening of April 20th
In 2026, Passover is expected to begin on the evening of April 1st and end on the evening of April 9th.
See the list of PASSOVER PROGRAMS 2024
Passover is an important Jewish holiday that celebrates the freedom of the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. The holiday usually falls in the spring, during the Hebrew month of Nissan. The exact date of Passover varies from year to year, as it is determined by the Jewish calendar, which is based on the lunar cycle.
In general, Passover begins on the 15th day of Nissan and lasts for eight days. However, the date of Passover can be affected by several factors, including the alignment of the sun and the moon, as well as the occurrence of the leap year in the Jewish calendar.
To determine the date of Passover each year, Jewish scholars use a complex set of calculations that take into account the position of the sun, the phase of the moon, and the timing of the vernal equinox. The resulting date is then announced to the Jewish community, and preparations for the holiday begin.
Passover is a time of remembrance, as Jews gather together to retell the story of their ancestors' escape from slavery in Egypt. The holiday is marked by a number of traditional customs and rituals, including the eating of matzah (unleavened bread), the retelling of the story of the Exodus, and the search for chametz (leavened bread) in the home.
Overall, Passover is a time of joy and celebration, as Jews around the world come together to commemorate their history and renew their commitment to freedom and justice.
For the Passover Seder plate here is what you will need utensils and dishes which are just for the Passover firstly a tablecloth which is clean secondly Matza seder plate with a shank bone, eggs, greens, one or two other types of bitter herbs, a charoset, Haggadah, kosher wine, salt water, bowl, wine glasses, Kosher meal, a prize for children
Here is the composition of the Passover plate
BEITZAH - Egg
Z'ROA - Shankbone
KARPAS - Celery
MAROR - Bitter herb
HAROSET - Nuts and dates and wine
CHAZERET - Romaine Lettuce in salt water
A HAGADA BOOK
PRIZES like lollipops or sweets
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