When is Passover? In 2017, Passover begins on the evening of Monday, April 10.
Passover Resource Guide
Download Passover Resource Guide here for your one-stop resource for all things Passover: story, history, themes, practical tips, videos, podcasts, activities and discussion questions for families, and more. Plus, this new video:
Here are some great Passover resources!
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Passover Video Podcasts:
a href=”/learn/holidays/passover/chocolate-passover-seder-video-from-rabbi-baum/”>Chocolate Seder – a Passover video by Rabbi Baum
Three Minute Passover Seder – A video by Rabbi Baum
Uncle Jay Explains Passover – Entertaining and Educational – by Jay Gilbert
Why is this Night Different? A participatory video podcast in under 3 minutes
Passover Audio Podcasts:
“The Unconventional Seder” by Rabbi Robert Barr
“Is the Exodus True?” by Rabbi Robert Barr
“My Father Kept Kosher for Passover – Once!” by Rabbi Robert Barr
“The Passover Seder” by Rabbi Robert Barr
“Real History of Passover Part II” by Rabbi Robert Barr
“Real History of Passover Part I” by Rabbi Robert Barr
If you have material you would like to contribute to our Passover section, please email Rabbi Barr. We want your participation as we build our online synagogue!
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When does Passover begin in 2018?
Sunset of Friday, March 30.
When does Passover begin in 2019?
Sunset of Friday, April 19.
When does Passover begin in 2020?
Sunset of Wednesday, April 8.