Saturday, April 12, 2014, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
A 'Seder Meal' is the traditional Jewish meal which recalls the Passover. It was on the night that the Hebrew people, still enslaved in Egypt, were led by God through the Red Sea into freedom. Moses directed the people to eat in haste. Unleavened bread and a lamb of sacrifice were main elements of the meal.
It was at a Passover meal that Jesus celebrated his last supper with the disciples. During the meal, Jesus took the bread and wine and declared them to be his body and blood. He became the new Passover, our passage from slavery to freedom, from death to life. He is the new Lamb of sacrifice.
See the flyer in the Parish Office or click here
for RSVP form. There will be a potluck and this is a free event but you must RSVP by April 9th so they can assure enough place-settings.