Jewish Passover

Sam Berend

What is the Jewish Passover?

Jewish passover is an extremely important bible delivered holiday to the Jewish people. The celebration started in the ancient city of Jerusalem. Passover begins on the 15th day of the Hebrew month 'Nisan' and lasts 7 days in Israel. The celebration commemorates their liberation, 3,300 by God from slavery by the Egyptions.

When and Where it all started

The Jewish passover was said to have been Jesus' last supper. It starts on the 15th on the Hebrew month and lasts for 7 days. The Jewish people kick off the holiday with a meal consists of fish, bread and wine, just like what they ate at the supper. the holiday commemorates the Jews freedom from the Egyptian Pharos slavery.