Passover is a biggie. We’ve had lots of articles here already about Passover. And people have plenty of Passover questions. This annual Passover Palooza is a way for you to get tons of info and links to resources all in one place, plus I link articles I’ve posted here about various aspects of Passover (spiritual and how-to).
Passover begins at sundown Monday night, April 18, 2011. That night is the first Seder (ceremonial meal of Passover). Most American Jews also have a Seder on the second night. From Monday sundown until Tuesday sundown is a Yom Tov (a special day of Sabbath rest, traditionally two days outside of Israel, so going until Wednesday night at sundown). The seventh (and traditionally also the eighth) day is a Yom Tov as well (starts Sunday night, April 24). Many Messianic Jews and Hasidic Jews have a Seudat Mashiach (Meal of Messiah) Seder on Sunday night.
See after the jump for how-to links, information, articles, resources, and more.
Basic Stuff About Passover and the Haggadah
How-Tos and Food and Haggadahs and Resources
A Special Outline for a “Captivity and Freedom” Themed Passover Seder (can be used with various haggadahs, including the Vine of David Haggadah).
Passover Preparations, Including Best Two Haggadahs (in my opinion).
Advanced Stuff About Passover and the Haggadah
Passover and Yeshua (Jesus)