Invite: Passover on the Net


Holidays on the Net invites you to our holiday celebration – “Passover on the Net.” Please join us as we celebrate the Jewish holiday of Pesach or Passover.

Passover commemorates the freedom and exodus of the Israelites (Jewish slaves) from Egypt and is recounted in the Haggadah, the Book of Exodus. This 8 day holiday is a time of family gatherings, special foods, and lavish meals called Seders.

Visitors will find a site which offers bright and colorful holiday graphics, pages with information about the story of Passover as well as the customs, music and foods of the holiday. Recipes for tasty Passover delights are also available. Send your family and friends holiday greetings with our FREE e-greeting cards. The observance of Passover begins at sundown April 2, 2007.

Passover on the Net

The Story of Passover
About 3000 years ago the Israelites were enslaved by the
Egyptians under the rule of the Pharaoh Ramses II. According to
the Book of Exodus – Moses, a simple Jewish shepherd, was
instructed by God to go to the pharaoh and demand the freedom of
his people…

The Passover Seder
Taking place the first 2 nights of the 8 day holiday, the
Seder is the most important event in the Passover celebration.
Usually gathering the whole family and friends together, the Seder
is steeped in long held traditions and customs…

The Four Questions
It is said that the Seder is celebrated especially for the
children. It is important for Jewish children to be and feel
involved in the celebration of Passover. Much of the ceremony is
based on the commandment in the Bible that says, “And thou shalt
tell thy son”…

Real Audio Passover
Real Audio readings for Passover, as well as songs and
stories for the kids..

Passover Recipes
Delicious recipes for the Seder and beyond. All “Kosher for

Passover Goodies
Download text versions of the Haggadah and the words to
Passover holiday music…

Passover E-greeting Cards
Send FREE Passover E-Greeting Cards to your friends and
family. Passover begins April 2, 2007 at sundown.

Come and celebrate your holidays with Holidays on the Net!

Happy Holidays,

One Response to “Invite: Passover on the Net”

  1. Joan Guido Says:

    I am a devout Catholic and have many questions about the Jewish religion. I read the pages written here and felt enlightened. We are so much a part of each other. You are my ancestors. I never realized before how much we are kin to one another. I feel wonderfully close to G-d. I feel wonderfully close to the Jewish people. I understand so much more.
    Thank you.

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