The Messiah in the Passover (Seder Demonstration)
Friday, April 7, 7pm–8:15pm
Led by Rabbi Howard Silverman of Beth Messiah Congregation. Discover the deep meanings and pictures within the traditional Passover Seder (this is not a full meal, but an interactive teaching). Bring your entire family, come as a Small Group or on your own. There is no charge. You do NOT need to register to attend, but you DO need to register for CHILDCARE (available for age 6 and under). Childcare must be registered by Monday, April 3.
- Passover is the oldest of the biblical festivals.
- The Passover Story recounts and celebrates the deliverance of the children of Israel from slavery in Egypt.
- According to Rabbis of old, Passover is to be observed as if each of us physically left Egypt ourselves, not just our ancestors.
- For believers in Jesus (Yeshua), Passover is a foreshadowing of our redemption from sin and death purchased through the Lamb of God, Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus the Messiah).
- In His final moments on earth, Jesus observed the Passover with His disciples.
- He decreed that at each Passover, we are to remember Him and His atoning sacrifice until His return.
For as often as you eat this bread, and drink this cup, you proclaim the death of the Lord until He comes. 1 Cor 11:26
*You do NOT need to register to attend, but you DO need to register for CHILDCARE.