Passover is a holiday that commemorates the liberation of the ancient Israelites from 400 years of slavery in Egypt (approximately 3000 years ago). Since that time, the holiday has come to represent the universal value of freedom. It is the holiday when family and friends gather around the seder table to celebrate. This year (2011), Pesach starts on the night of April 18th and runs through April 26th. Please click on one of the links at left for more information.


Passover with JOI!
Excerpts from "Preparing Your Heart for Passover," one of the books by JOI Executive Director Kerry Olitzky, and a printable JOI Haggadah Bookmark.


The Open Source Haggadah!
Our friend Douglas Rushkoff has put together an innovative website that lets you create your own Passover Haggadah (seder guide) by pulling together selections from a wide variety of sources or even uploading your own sources for others to use. It's at: www.OpenSourceHaggadah.com.