Passover 2023 will be celebrated from April 5 to April 13.
The two Sedorim will be after nightfall on April 5 and April 6.
Current site content is applies to 2022

Passover Articles

Observing the Passover Holiday

This guide provides a clear, easy-to-read overview of the mitzvot, customs and terms related to Pesach.

Ask the Rav: Rav Hershel Schachter Discusses Pesach

Rabbis Nachum Rabinowitz and Moshe Zywica discuss Pesach-related topics with Rav Hershel Schachter shlit”a.

Passover for the Masses: How the Pros Prepare for the Chag

Please join us as we assess and prepare a foodservice location for Pesach.

What Happens if I Find Chametz on Pesach? Well, That Depends…

Here are a few questions to keep in mind, since the answer to each can affect the ruling.

Pesach Freedom, Even When We Weren’t: A Passover Sermon from the Warsaw Ghetto

Clearing the rubble of the devastated Warsaw Ghetto in December 1950, a Polish construction worker made a remarkable discovery.

Of Food and Freedom: Navigating Pesach with Food-Related Conditions

Here’s a close look at several common food-related health conditions and how to manage them over Pesach.

The What & Why of Eruv Tavshilin

When Yom Tov precedes Shabbos, it is rabbinically forbidden to cook or prepare on yom tov for Shabbos.

What Is New for Passover 2022?

The OU continues to give certification to Passover Quinoa. Quinoa will be available with an OUP from Goldbaum.

Sizing Up the Seder

View measurements for Matzah, Maror and Wine.

OU Kosher to Certify Made-for-Shabbos GE Appliances

OU Kosher is in the process of certifying several GE Appliances (formerly GE) to help observant Jews keep the laws of the Sabbath.