Passover Seder & Potluck

Passover Seder & Potluck

Saturday, March 19  @  NoonSeder Plate
FEFCM Sanctuary
Children are welcome

Passover is arguably the most well known biblical feast as it calls to remembrance the miraculous deliverance of the Hebrew people from Egyptian slavery over 3,000 years ago (cf. Exodus 12:1-13:10). The term Passover is used to describe what the Lord did on the night of their deliverance. While the Lord brought devastating judgment upon the Egyptians, He ‘passed over’ the homes of the Hebrew slaves.

Today, the Jewish people and Messianic communities (Jewish people who believe Jesus is the Messiah) the world over faithfully celebrate this major biblical feast. The first night of the feast begins with the Passover Seder called the Haggadah followed by a meal. The feast continues for another seven days during which unleavened bread is eaten.

The Missions Team together with “Life in Messiah,” a ministry supported by FEFCM, invite you to join us in celebrating Passover by participating in a Seder service at FEFCM. Friends of Pastor Black who work for “Life in Messiah,” Pieter and Alike van den Beukel and their three children, will join us from Brooklyn to lead us through the Seder meal explaining its significance. The Seder service will last approximately one hour and will be followed by a potluck lunch. This service luncheon will be held in the sanctuary. Please sign up in the foyer to help us assess how many will attend.

If you prefer to sign up online CLICK HERE

Pieter and Alike will also be sharing about their ministry during the Sunday School hour on Sunday, March 20th. Please put this on your calendar and plan to attend.

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