A Passover Seder involves the whole family. It’s an evening filled with stories and symbols to celebrate a Festival of Freedom from slavery in Egypt. Our Rabbi, Maran Yeshua later turned these promises of Israel’s deliverance to a message of deliverance from our own slavery to sin. It is a telling witness to what He has done and is doing to redeem His people.
PASSOVER 2012 Passover or as we say, Pesach is upon us. Here are a few things you might want to know. We begin to rid our homes of chametz (leaven), right after Purim. By the way our Purim celebration was fantastic. We rid our homes by beginning to eat up our pasta and bread items so by the time April 17th comes we are leaven free (A day before Passover).
Pesach offers a beautiful menu of eggs, Lamb, chicken, beef, fish and lots of gorgeous vegetables. We enjoy tunafish salad on our matzoh or just sweet creamy butter, mmmmmgood! By noon of April 17th (during the day) we should have eaten or given away the chametz in our homes.
On the evening of April 6th, 2012 at 7:00 pm we gather together to rejoice in our freedom as Jews and believers. April 7th is a “Shabbat” as well as the last day on Pesach, April 7-14. Each and every day we should be ridding our spiritual lives of any chametz that is sin! We unintentionally sin each day and we need to repent and rid ourselves each day. Let us pray for and encourage one another in this most wonderful season. If you would like to know more about Pesach, log on to our web site or better yet come and visit us!
This Event is open to our holy Community along with their friends, and families. To reach Bet HaDerech, please contact to reach Mevaser Tov, Director of bethaderech programs. Reserve NO Later than April 1st | $45 per person (please contact us and let us know if you can not afford it, or if you want to sponsor a member who can not affor it him/her self.).
Please Fill out the Registration Form and Submit your Total Payment and pay using Paypal (which accepts major credit cards). If this isn’t an option for you, please bring a check to our Tuesday Bible Study NO Later than April 1st!
HaShem commands us to celebrate Passover. Vayikra / Leviticus 23:5 “In the first month/Abib/Nisan, on the fourteenth day of the month, between the evenings, is the Passover to HaShem.”
Our Messianic Jewish Passover is the Feast of Redemption, the Feast of Deliverance from the bondage of sin and slavery. We will be celebrating personal exodus from the dominion of hasatan to the freedom and liberty in Adon/Master Maran Yeshua. I Yohanan/John 3:8b “For this purpose the Son of Elohim/Ben Elohim/Maran Yeshua HaMashiach/the Messiah was manifested: to destroy the works of the devil.”
Would you like to join us? Let’s get rid of all leaven from our hearts, families, congregations and our nation!I Corinthians 5:8 “Let us observe the festival/Passover, not with old leaven, nor with the leaven of evil and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.”
Let us celebrate the true Lord’s supper with our Master Maran Yeshua HaMashiach with the songs of deliverance and dances of triumph over our enemies. Let us get rid of all leaven from our hearts, our lives, our families, our houses, our congregations and our nation! Let us return to Him today!
Three things to Remember:
All ticket sales are final. There are no refunds if you cannot make the seder. If you can’t make the seder, you can transfer your ticket(s) to another person, but please email us to indicate the change.
The Food: All meals are glatt kosher and prepared in a strictly kosher kitchen for Pesach.
Dress Code: Festive for the celebration, modest dressing, please.
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