Christ in the Passover

Christ in the Passover

According to the account of the first Passover recorded in Exodus 12, a lamb’s blood was shed and doorposts were painted so God would “pass over” that house, sparing the family from death.  As a spiritual picture, this symbolizes the blood of the Lamb of God, Jesus, being painted on the doorposts of our hearts.  

The Seder (say-der) meal (example here) is an interactive telling of the story of Passover from a Christian perspective.  It is often celebrated on Maundy Thursday, as part of the Church’s preparation for the triumph of Easter.

Christ in the Passover is presented by Jews for Jesus.

No childcare available.

This event is FREE but your RSVP below by noon on March 22. A Free Will Offering will be taken.

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