Passover Seder Potluck Dinner

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Date(s) - Apr 13, 2014
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Location: The Shoreline Church Facility




 Please join us for the Passover Seder, “the telling”, which is the meaning of the Haggadah. It is also the essence of the celebration – to pass the story of God’s faithfulness and redemption from generation to generation.

Passover, considered by many the watershed event in Jewish history, is the oldest or the biblical Festivals. 

The Passover story is a historical fact. It recounts and celebrates the deliverance of the Children of Israel from slavery in Egypt. According to the Rabbis of old, Passover is to be observed as if each of us physically left Egypt ourselves.

For believers in Yeshua (Jesus), Passover is not only a commemoration of the historical deliverance from Egypt, it is a foreshadowing of our redemption from sin and death purchased through the Lamb of God, Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus the Messiah). In his final hours on earth, Yeshua observed the Passover with His Disciples. It was during this Seder meal that He revealed the significance of the elements and decreed that at each Passover from that time forward we are to remember Him and His atoning sacrifice until His return. “For as often as you eat of this bread, and drink of this cup, you proclaim the death of the Lord until He comes.” I Cornith 11:26)

*Suggested for Families to bring only children that are 10 and older

For More info email Mary Morehead.


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