Passover is the first festival in the yearly festival cycle. The original Passover began in the afternoon of Nisan 14 when the Israelites took their lamb and killed it at the door of their homes. The blood was then applied to the door as a sign to God that they were depending on Him for the deliverance of their firstborn. The lamb was then roasted on an open fire and eaten that evening.
Ami Yisrael observes Passover on the early evening of Nisan 15 with a fellowship meal. It is a joyous festival with incredible meaning.
Since eating the Passover meal is conditioned on certain Biblical requirements, those interested in observing it with us must contact us weeks in advance.