Pesach or פֶּסַח or Passover is a seven day observation for Jewish people in Israel and for Americans who observe Reform Judaism. The Orthodox Jewish branch (movement or denomination) of Judaism in America has an eight-day observance of Passover. Confusing, eh? Well, if that isn’t confusing enough for you, consider this: Americans who are members of the Conservative and the Reconstructionist branches or movements of Judaism may observe the Passover holiday for either seven or eight days; because, their respective national organizations allow each congregation the choice to observe the holiday for either seven or eight days. Oy, vey!
*ref: Is Passover 7 or 8 Days?
Well, then, if you would like to read more about Passover as I have written, dare I suggest you explore and read these search results on Roland’s Ramblings for Passover as is embedded.