Passover is a holiday of remembrance and prophecy. It looks backward and forward simultaneously. Passover for the Jewish people is an annual celebration of God's faithfulness and deliverance from captivity in Egypt. Over 1500 years later, on the night before his crucifixion, Jesus celebrated Passover with his disciples. Once again celebrating God's faithfulness, only this time, looking forward to God's deliverance from bondage to sin and death.
You are invited to join us on Good Friday at 6:00pm for a Passover dinner experience. Click on the button to receive your zoom invitation and password. We will be providing everything you will need for the Passover ceremony in what we are calling the "Seder Sack". It will include matzo, apple mixture, parsley, horseradish, salt and grape juice for your family. Reserve your "seder sack" below. You will provide your family the dinner portion. If you plan to only feed your family what's in the sack, you'll have some significant disappointment on your hands! You can use the recipe suggestions in the guide or simply feed your family whatever is on your menu for that evening. We're not trying to keep it kosher.
Prior to Friday, print a Passover guide so you and your family can follow along with us.