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Passover begins the night of April 5, 2023—here are the best greetings to share.
Passover, or Pesach, is a Jewish holiday commemorating the exodus of the Israelites from slavery. Its origins are recounted in the Haggadah during the Passover Seder. Moses was told by God to have the Israelites in Egypt mark lamb’s blood above their doors to be spared by the Angel of Death from the 10th Plague of Egypt: the death of the firstborn sons. When the plague had passed, Pharaoh ordered the Israelites to leave, and they were freed from slavery. The observance of Passover is marked by symbolism and ritual, including the retelling of the Passover story, discussions of freedom, and song. During Passover, Jews avoid chametz a.k.a leavened products, and prepare special foods for the Seder that symbolize aspects of the exodus tale.
Passover is a good time to acknowledge the significance of family and friends, and to express gratitude for your freedom. Steeped in tradition, the celebration of Passover heralds deliverance and blessings. Whether you’re Jewish yourself, or simply want to wish someone who is a happy Passover, having the right words to mark the occasion is important.
This year, Passover begins on April 5, so we’ve compiled a list of 59 Happy Passover greetings and wishes (some in Hebrew) that'll help make this holiday extra sweet!
59 Happy Passover Greetings
Chag Sameach! (Hebrew)
Happy Pesach to you and yours. (Hebrew)
Chag Pesach Sameach! (Hebrew)
Chag Pesach kasher vesame’ach! (Hebrew)
Wishing you a kosher and joyous Passover.
Happy Passover to you and your family!
Zissen Pesach! (Yiddish)
May Passover be joyous for you this year!
Wishing you peace on Passover.
I hope you have a prosperous Passover surrounded by loved ones.
Happy Passover from my family to yours!
Thinking of you on Passover and our beautiful memories together.
Wishing you a happy Pesach and a blessed spring!
I’m grateful for your presence in my life on Passover and always!
Have a glorious Passover celebration this year.
Chag Sameach! Wishing you every blessing.
Wishing you a life filled with joy and love, happy Passover!
Your friendship warms my heart, happy Passover!
May all your worries melt away on Passover.
I hope the arrival of Passover and of spring brings you new energy and inspiration!
Enjoy Passover! I hope you are able to celebrate with your family.
May you be surrounded by your loving community this Passover.
May the blessings of G-d be with you on Passover!
Gut yom tov! (traditional Ashkenazic greeting in Hebrew)
A koshern un freilichen Pesach! (Yiddish)
Gut yontif! (Yiddish)
May Passover be an auspicious sign of a great life ahead for you!
Delight in the celebration and traditions of Passover this year.
Sweet Passover to all!
I can’t wait to celebrate Passover with you again soon!
Let us honor our history on Passover this year.
Wishing you all prosperity, joy, and peace this Passover.
Love and light to you on Passover and always!
I am grateful for my many blessings this Passover—most especially, for you!
Let us celebrate our freedom granted by God on Passover.
Sending you my love on Passover. Have a wonderful day!
Joyful Passover dear friend!
Wishing you love and friendship on Passover!
May happiness be your companion this Passover.
May you find freedom from negative thoughts and relationships this Passover 2023!
May you delight in the traditions of Passover.
I hope you find meaning in Passover this year.
Let’s celebrate the freedom of Passover together and honor our history!
Let us rejoice for life and freedom this Passover!
Treasure your family and friends on Passover—Chag Sameach!
Keep your house free of chametz and your heart free of woe this Passover.
Let us celebrate Passover Seder and eat matzah together!
Passover is a special time of year; may it be full of symbolism for you!
May you remember the story of Passover and the meaning of freedom in listening to the Haggadah.
Let us rejoice in the traditions of Passover together!
I hope you can join my family for the Passover Seder this year—thinking of you, you’re in my heart!
All my love to you and your family on Passover.
I hope we are able to make matzo together this Passover; have a lovely day! (For Orthodox Jews: from one man to another)
Sweet Passover to you all—may you find the afikoman! (For children)
May your Passover celebration be filled with importance, love, and joy.
Wishing you kindness this Passover.
Sweet Passover! May happiness always be a guest in your home.