Passover and Easter Wondering whether you should go to Easter dinner at your mother-in-law’s during Passover? Is it OK to eat matzah – and peeps? Learn how to solve the spring holiday dilemma with articles, resources and links from InterfaithFamily. Here are the upcoming dates for Passover: Passover lasts 8 days (7 for some) and starts the evening of March 30, 2018; April 19, 2019; and April 8, 2020. Booklet InterfaithFamily is proud to offer Setting The Passover Table Made Easy, a booklet explaining the ritual items used during a seder. Guide Our Guide to Passover for Interfaith Families includes just about everything you could possibly want to know about Passover, including: The Seder: A Ritual Meal Passover Foods: Traditional Foods (or, What Is This?) Engaging Children and Adults …and much more! Videos How to do…a seder plate For Kids: Passover The Four Questions Quick Tips Tips for Interfaith Families: How to Make a Seder Inclusive Ten Tips to Enliven the Seder: Ways to Delay That Fifth Question Pre-Passover Preparation Artichoke on the Seder Plate and Other Additions To Eat or Not To Eat: Passover Food Guidelines The Big issues It might not get as much publicity as the “December Dilemma” of Hanukkah and Christmas, this “Spring Dilemma” can be a complicated season for many interfaith families. A Different Spring Dilemma Matzah and Mass: Interfaith Families Tackle Their Passover-Easter Dilemma At Home Passover at home and in your community: Resources for families with young children Recipes Further Reading Passover and Easter: Recommended Articles Passover and Easter: Article Archive Keep Talking Our Passover in Interfaith Families: Three Essays from InterfaithFamily, with Discussion Guide, Tips, Recommended Resources and Activities for Children is also helpful. Additional Resources Primer: Passover Overview: Passover Themes and Theology JewishBoston.com’s Free Haggadah – inclusive, modern and editable. Haggadot.com – Downloadable, community generated, haggadot. If you know of other Passover/Easter resources, or if you’d like to see additional resources on a particular aspect of Passover or Easter, please email us at email@example.com and let us know what you’d like us to provide.