Q: Noahide performance of mitzvot: Pesach and first prayers to be learned.
Q: Can Noahides celebrate Pesach? If so, what should they do? It will be good to have a brief summary that we can publish before Pesach. A: Noahides can celebrate Pesach as a holiday of freedom for all humanity that was revealed by the redemption of Israel from Egypt. They can perform a Pesach Seder with all of the rituals except: (1) There should be no Afikoman (the final piece of matza eaten in memory of the Pesach sacrifice). (2) No blessings should be recited which include the phrase, “He who sanctified us with His mitzvot and commanded us…” (3) The phrase “our fathers” should be replaced by “the fathers of Israel” or “the nation of Israel”.
Q: With respect to the above: What should a Noahide do about the blessings that include the phrase “He who sanctified us”? Should he skip them or recite a modified version? A: Skip them.