Discover the First Communion as the Disciples Experienced it with Jesus
Join us for the “Christian Seder: The Feast of Passover from a Christian Perspective.” Find out the meaning of the Passover to Christians and the symbolism found within the Passover Feast; especially relating to the Lord’s Communion. We believe this will be a time when you can more fully understand and experience Jesus as our Savior, the Lamb of God.
To help us prepare for food preparation, please register for this event using the link below.
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Do I need to register for this event?
Yes. To help us best plan for the amount of food needed, please register and let us know how many will be attending with you. Donations do not need to be made at the time of registration but can be made in person at the event or online at https://chapelvalley.org/give
How much does this event cost per person?
There is a suggested donation of $10 per person. Donations can be made at the time of registration, in person at the event, or online at chapelvalley.org/give
What makes this different than a normal Passover meal?
This will be a guided Passover meal from a Christian perspective. This will be a time to explore the symbolism found within the Passover Feast; especially relating to the Lord’s Communion. The goal is to greater understanding of the sacrifice and atonement Jesus, the Lamb of God, made for us from scripture.
What food is being served?
While food is being served, this is not a full meal. A small portion of lamb will be served, charoseth (a sweet combination of fruits and nuts including walnuts and apples), matzoh crackers, and grape juice. We recommend a light meal before the event.
How long will the Seder meal be?
While a normal Passover meal is usually about 45-60 minutes in duration, due to the guided explanation of symbolism throughout the meal, please plan on 2.5-3 hours for the event.
Will there be childcare available?
No. There is no childcare available but children are welcome. Please be aware, however, that most of the duration of the event is seated at round tables.