What is Pesach and When Do We Celebrate It?
Learning resources from NSW Board of Jewish Education.
Messianic Passover Seder
From Heart of Wisdon.com. A step by step quick guide to the Passover Seder meal. There are no set rules for the basic order of the seder. Just like with Thanksgiving dinner, traditions vary among families.
Passover and Unleavened Bread
From Heart of Wisdon.com. Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread are held in immediate sequence. These are distinctly different holidays falling on different days; however, due to their closeness they are usually treated as one festival. (The scriptures seem to teach that these are two names for the same festival. See Exodus 13:3-8.) Free Download: 40 Pages from Passover & Unleavened Bread Chapters (PDF)
From Heart of Wisdom.com. Simple Matza and Charoset recipes.
Mystery of Four Passover Cups
From Heart of Wisdom.com. During the Seder, each participant drinks four cups of wine to recall the four expressions of redemption mentioned in the Bible (Ex. 6:6-7).
Passover - The Festival of Deliverance
From Hebrew 4 Christians.com
Messiah In Passover
Much of the symbolism in Passover points to Christ as the fulfillment of the messianic prophecies. The last supper was Christ's celebration of Passover and is significant for every believer. Find out how this Jewish holiday relates to modern day Christian
Passover for Kids
Contains games, activities, and songs for Passover.
Jewish Customs of Passover Today
Passover is the most popular Jewish holiday. The dinner celebration is called a seder. The Passover Seder is a meal with special foods, practices, and Scripture readings that commemorate the liberation from Egyptian slavery, in accordance with God's instructions (Lev. 23:1,4, Exod. 12:14,24-27).
Judaism 101: Pesach
Large site with extensive information on Passover.
Passover Lesson Plan
Designed for 5th graders
Messianic Passover Lesson Plan
Messianic Passover Lesson Plan From Chosen People Ministries
Passover Meal Recipes
This site from Epicurious contains recipes for the Seder meal, including soup, fish, and dessert.