Passover - The Feast of Unleavened Bread

Over the past 3,000 years, Passover has endured as the most celebrated and widely observed holiday in the Jewish tradition. Passover commemorates the seminal event in Jewish history — the story of the Exodus which led to the birth of the Jewish nation, Israel. In addition, the most basic and fundamental principles found in Judaism — faith, prayer, deliverance, freedom, and service to God — are woven into this timeless story. Below, you will discover a resources on what is the importance of Passover and to help you understand the importance and significance of this most holy observance not only to Judaism, but also to the Christian faith.

The Joy of Passover

Join Fellowship President and CEO Yael Eckstein and her family as they lead us through a "model" Seder to help us understand this joyous celebration, which is at the center of Passover.

What Is the Significance of Passover?

Read an overview of the Passover celebration and the key themes of deliverance and freedom found in the Exodus story.

Passover Devotional Guide

Deepen your understanding of Judaism's most ancient observance, Passover, through this timeless collection of spiritual insights from Fellowship Founder Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein. Download your complimentary copy today.

A Taste of Passover

Enjoy the traditional foods of Passover and their significance to this ancient observance in A Taste of Passover booklet, offering recipes and reflections on Pesach.

The Seder Plate: Food for Thought

Learn more on Passover, and how our tables go beyond the traditional role in this complimentary Bible study.

Join the Fun! Learn Hebrew!

As Israel celebrates Jerusalem Day on May 22, impress your family and friends by learning some words relating to God’s Holy City! You can learn more about Jerusalem here.

Passover Activities for Children!

Join the fun and learn more about Passover with our coloring pages, puzzles, and activity sheets just for you!

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