Passover Seder Dinner

This year to celebrate Maundy Thursday we’ll be doing something a little different.  We’ll be gathering for a Passover Seder Dinner.  
 
Have you ever wondered what kind of meal Christ shared with his Apostles at the Last Supper? The Seder is the joyful family dinner and worship service, which is held in Jewish homes on Passover.

Seder means order. The Seder consists of a number of ceremonies of extreme antiquity. Through these ceremonies and symbols, we can feel the trials of the Jews of the Exodus –– their embittered life of bondage and the joy of their subsequent triumph of freedom.  

Passover is a communal meal, a time of rejoicing and celebration remembering God’s deliverance. The actual Seder meal is an elaborate feast with food, games for the children, and plenty of time to tell the story of the Exodus from Egypt.

Join us for a meaningful meal that will give you new insight into the final hours of Jesus and Easter.

This event is appropriate for all ages.  

RSVP

Name *
Name
I will bring:
I will bring Haroset
(a sweet, dark-colored, chunky paste made of fruits and nuts served primarily during the Passover Seder. Its color and texture are meant to recall the mortar with which the Israelites bonded bricks when they were enslaved in Ancient Egypt) to serve 12
I will help set up and decorate for the dinner
I would like to be a reader

Please note: Seder food needs to be at church by noon on 3/24/16

Questions?  Contact Russ (925/685-7503, russ@concordfcc.net)