For thousands of years, the Jews have remembered that their ancestors were slaves in Egypt. The passage from slavery to freedom is the central story of Judaism. It was only after being led from bondage that the Children of Israel were prepared to receive God's teaching (Torah) at Mount Sinai. Each generation is to renew this story of liberation in its own lives. The Passover Seder then is a central act of remembrance in the lives of the Jewish community and the time set aside for remembering bondage and liberation. At Christ the King, we celebrate the Seder meal in the Messianic tradition, in remembrance of Jesus' Jewish heritage.
Future Dates: The Wednesday of Holy Week (4/13/2022 at 6:30 p.m.)
Cost: Free (Donations accepted)
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