A Passover Seder is an ordered meal that helps the people of God remember the works of God on their behalf. While Jews, faithfully observing Exodus 12-13, have observed the Seder to remember God saving them from slavery in Egypt, as Christians we know that the Passover was ultimately pointing to a greater Lamb, the Lamb of God, Jesus Christ and His atoning work for us on the Cross. The Passover meal is what Jesus would have been eating with His disciples the night He was betrayed. This is the meal that Jesus used to institute the Lord's Supper.
Come Join us as we eat the Seder together at 6:00pm on March 29th!