A Passover Seder is an intergenerational celebration that God commanded Israel to observe each year in remembrance of God liberating Israel from slavery (Exodus 13:8). It was during the celebration of the Passover Seder that Jesus took the elements of the Passover and said, take this cup and this bread in remembrance of me.
This experience will give you understanding and help you appreciate what Jesus did for us and the celebration of the Lord's table.
WHAT HAPPENS IN THE PASSOVER SEDER?
There is a series of interactive teaching and remembering moments around a plate of symbolic foods and cups. Then a good meal is served. After the meal, there are more interactive moments of teaching and remembering the salvation of God for his people. One of the cups during this part will relate to what we are familiar with in communion as we remember the external salvation provided by the Messiah, the Lord Jesus. This will be a time of reflection, rejoicing, songs, and fellowship.
WHAT DO THE TICKETS COST?
ADULTS || 13 years and older
YOUTH || 1st - 6th Grade
$7.00 | Youth will be given an activity packet prior to the meal.
CHILDCARE || Birth - Kindergarten
$4.00 | Childcare and dinner will be provided in the children's wing; however, children will not be participating in the Seder experience.
Registration is required by Sunday, March 26.
Thursday, April 6 (SOLD OUT)
Friday, April 7