In-Person | Adult (11+) | Passover Seder Standard Meal

USD $75.00

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The Standard Meal option will be chicken with a salad, a bed of rice and roasted carrots, followed by dessert, and a traditional Seder Plate

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Join us for Passover 5784/2024 in-person or online and say “yes” as you walk through God’s doors of destiny. Align the year ahead with God and watch the King of Glory go before you and level any mountains that stand in your way.

Don’t miss this appointed time to encounter the Father-Heart of God!

The Standard Seder Meal

The Standard Meal Option will be chicken with a salad, a bed of rice and roasted carrots. This full-service meal includes a delicious dessert, as well!

Going Through the Passover Seder Plate

In addition to the full meal, we will also be serving a traditional Seder Plate. As a parable, the Passover Seder plate is symbolic. Curt Landry will walk you through the symbolism of each element. They each depict a beautiful element of life and the sweetness of Jesus that covers it all.

What do the elements on the seder plate represent? Curt Landry will explain further during the Passover Seder, but here is a sneak peek.

  • The egg—Reveals how the Lord is the beginning and the end.
  • Karpas (green vegetable/parsley)—Represents new beginnings. Springtime is here!
  • Maror (horseradish)—Helps us remember the bitterness of life, which is covered by the sweetness of Jesus.
  • Charoset (applesauce)—Recalls the need to embrace the sweetness of life and allow it to overcome the bitterness.
  • Zuror (lamb shank)—Represents the right arm of the Lord, which is the strength, justice, and judge in our lives (Isaiah 52:10).  *Remember, it is okay if you do not have a lamb shank.
  • Salt Water—Reminds us that the Lord hears our cries and sees our tears through trials and tribulations.
  • Matzah (unleavened bread)—Represents Yeshua—Jesus. It is typically striped, pierced, and without leaven. Leaven represents sin.

We look forward to seeing you at Passover 2024/5784. Welcome home!