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Seder Meal

Join us for a Seder Meal on Friday, March 29 at 6:00 pm.

The Seder is the traditional dinner that Jews partake of as part of Passover. The annual Passover commemoration is celebrated by nearly the entire Jewish community, bonding families and communities to their Jewish roots. Each year Jewish people, religious and nonreligious, celebrate the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob by gathering and experiencing the Passover Seder.

The Hebrew word Seder means “order.” The Passover meal has a specific order in which food is eaten, prayers are recited, and songs are sung. Each item on the Passover plate has a specific historical meaning related to the exodus of the Jews from Egypt and their freedom from slavery. But 1 Corinthians 5:7 identifies Jesus Christ as our Passover; thus, the Seder carries a New Testament meaning related to Jesus the Messiah. (Visit Got Questions for more information on the Seder Meal and it’s historical and Christological significance.)


What is a Seder Meal?

On Good Friday, March 29 at 6:00 pm we have the unique opportunity to participate in a Seder Meal under the direction of Rabbi Aaron Bortz, a Messianic Jew. No childcare will be provided since this is a time for the entire family.


Immediately following the Seder Meal portion of the evening, we will enjoy a Church Family Meal (potluck style). The main meat will be smoked beef brisket. All are encouraged to bring a side dish/dessert to share. As you think through what side dish/dessert to bring please keep in mind that we will not be eating the church family meal until close to 7:00 (an hour after the start of the Seder/Passover observance). We will have a limited among of electric outlets available for those who bring a crock pot dish.

​Seder Meal Details for Friday, March 29.

RSVP to the Seder Meal

An RSVP is appreciated by Wednesday, March 27

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6:00pm – Seder Meal/Passover Observance

7:00pm – Church Family Meal (potluck style)

Bring a side dish/dessert to share.

No childcare.

RSVP required.

Guests are welcome!

A Quick Review of the Evening.

Join us!

We are looking forward to this special time together as a church
family as we remember our Savior on Good Friday, March 29.

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