Passover starts on the 15th day of Nisan in the Hebrew calendar and lasts for 7 or 8 days, usually in April.It celebrates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery and their exodus from Egypt, almost 3000 years ago, as told in the Haggadah (Haggada).People recite special blessings or prayers, visit their synagogue, listen to readings from the Torah, and eat a ceremonial meal, which is centered around the and red wine or red grape juice.None of the Passover days are federal holidays in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, or the United States.Then Easter is the first Sunday that falls after this date (if the date you calculated is a Sunday, then Easter is one week later).You can use Conway's Doomsday Rule for Day of the Week to determine the day of the week of the Paschal Full Moon.
For example, the next smallest integer to -3.0666 is -4, not -3, so [-3.0666]=-4!
Eastern Orthodox churches have a different approach based on the lunar calendar.
Passover, on the other hand, is based on the Jewish calendar, a lunar calendar that has twelve 28-day months.
This Kiddush is similar to that which is recited on all of the pilgrimage festivals, but also refers to matzot and the exodus from Egypt.
Acting in a way that shows freedom and majesty, many Jews have the custom of filling each other's cups at the Seder table.