CELEBRATING THE LAST SEDER OF CHRIST:
A Christian Experience
GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 14 | 7:00 PM | IN THE WORSHIP CENTER
This is a highly participatory worship experience; a reenactment of what Jesus celebrated with His disciples in the upper room. There will be food samplings but not a complete meal, so please eat a light dinner before coming. This event is appropriate for everyone 7 years and older.
Limited Seating Available:
Table Seating = $4 (includes food samplings)
Gallery Seating = FREE (observation only), but tickets are necessary!
Tickets will be available starting March 19. Purchase them in the North Lobby Sunday mornings, or in the Main Office during the week.
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Dear Church Family,
In the last ten years or so around the time of Easter, many Bible believing churches express an ever-increasing interest
in experiencing the Jewish Passover Seder. Scores of Christian families attend a Jewish Seder or recreate a Seder meal
with a genuine desire to experience and celebrate every aspect of the days preceding the Passion of Christ. My family and
I attended such a Seder many years ago and that experience affected me profoundly. It completely changed my theology about the nature and relationship between the Passover Seder and the Last Supper. It also marked the beginning of a unique family celebration that we have been partaking along with church friends ever since. This celebration, which we call The Last Seder of Christ, is a humble and genuine attempt to bridge the Jewish Passover Seder to the Christian Eucharist, which is exactly what our Lord did during the Last Supper the night before He became the sacrificial lamb. This reenactment is based on scriptural evidence found in the Synoptic Gospels and Mishnah writings about the first century Passover Seder.
It is my prayer that this celebration will deepen your own understanding of why the Lord chose the Passover night for
the Inception and Ordinance of His Church
Come join us, for a unique commemoration and celebration of the Last Seder of Christ.
- Christian Blumenfeld