The Importance of Passover
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.
"This is a day you are to commemorate; for the generations to come you shall
celebrate it as a [Passover] festival to the LORD—a lasting ordinance."
Watch the video that I have prepared for you, showing how - and more importantly WHY - matzah is made, especially for Passover.
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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.