Saturday, March 29, 2014

Passover Seder

This past Sunday we were blessed to be able to participate in a Messianic Seder meal that our Aunt Carmen and Uncle Tim's church puts on every year.
Mom, Faith, Josiah and I planned to attend, and we arrived early to help out in the kitchen.

We peeled 3 dozen eggs, peeled and chopped 3 bags of apples, and washed and picked parsley.

Josiah helped out in the hall setting up tables and putting all the place settings where they belonged.

Rabbi Glen, the speaker at this event, is a wonderful energetic man, a Messianic Jew with a heart for proclaiming the story of his Creator and Savior!

Glen took us through the Passover, pointing out so many Messianic symbolisms.  It is almost overwhelming and so thrilling to see Jesus Christ woven throughout.

Different parts of the Passover: parsley dipped in salt water, Haroset, boiled eggs, and "bitter herbs" / Horseradish.

It was a wonderful re-enlightening time, and we enjoyed the fellowship and the ability to serve.  Hopefully we will be able to do so again next year!


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