The story of Passover is about slavery, wandering, perseverance and faith.
The Jewish holiday of Passover begins on Monday evening at sunset (April 25).
Passover begins with a festive meal and is one of the most important holidays in the Jewish calendar. The Seder commemorates the biblical account of the Israelites’ pass-over from slavery in Egypt to freedom in the Land of Israel. Jews eat unleavened bread, or matzah, throughout the holiday (7 days), to recall the Biblical story of the Israelites and what they ate when they escaped captivity in Egypt.