Maundy Thursday Service

March 29th at 6:30 PM

“CHRIST, OUR PASSOVER” A Demonstration of the Pesach (Passover) Seder Maundy Thursday, March 29, 6:30 pm For over three thousand years Jewish families have remembered the wondrous events recorded in Exodus 12 by means of a special meal—the Seder held in the home on the first day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread.

Followers of Yeshua (Jesus) see in this practice a wonderful picture of God’s plan of redemption through the death of the Lamb of God (Christ, Our Passover, 1 Corinthians 5:7). This dramatic picture is displayed in the spring of every year in Jewish households throughout the world.

Rev. Roger L. Wambold, General Director of Hebrew Christian Fellowship, will be demonstrating some of the beautiful and deeply moving aspects of the Passover during this special Maundy Thursday service.

The service will begin with our traditional sacrificial dinner of bread and soup which will lead us into the special Seder demonstration, which incorporates a communion service. You are encouraged to bring your children since the Seder is a family service with children having a role in the demonstration.

Rev Wambold will concentrate particularly on the six items on the Passover plate and the Afikoman (broken matzo). The demonstration involves members of the audience in an interactive way with an opportunity to experience the event by tasting and touching, as well as seeing and hearing. We will appreciate the connection between this wonderful Jewish practice and our faith.

Use your bulletin tear slip to sign up for this special service on Maundy Thursday.

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