The Passover Seder (pronounced: Say-dur) meal is a traditional feast that is held in honor of the Jews miraculous exodus from Egyptian slavery. (You can read about it in the book of Exodus in the Bible.) Passover is also very significant for Christians because Jesus’ Last Supper was a Passover Seder. This is a very special holiday that Jesus would have celebrated every year of His life! Celebrating Passover helps us understand the words of Jesus at the Last Supper, and it brings deeper significance for us as we prepare for Easter. Passover begins Saturday, March 27th this year. We are inviting our church community to gather together in homes with family and friends to celebrate these traditions of the Passover. We hope you'll join along with us for a fun and memorable at-home Passover Seder this year!