Join Passover Celebration Meal Thursday, April 1

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Everyone is invited to join the church family in Rudat Hall as we celebrate Passover (a Jewish Holiday) on the Thursday before Easter, April 1, 2010. This celebration is called a Seder. The Hebrew word Seder means “order.” At a traditional Jewish Seder a certain order is followed for the story, blessings, festive meal and songs.

The story is told through symbols-food and wine-relating the symbols to the slavery and miraculous freedom of Moses and the Jewish people in ancient Egypt.

Christians around the world also tell this story and add how it relates to Christ. “As Christians, we can take this time to remember the miracles God has performed to provide for His people, Jesus’ sacrifice to save us from the slavery of sin and His promise of life eternal” (Kate Stillman).

CNC will be celebrating a Passover Seder on the Thursday before Easter, April 1st. Mark Stillman attends CNC,  is Jewish and a Christian. He will lead us through the Seder. When we are finished with the meal, you, too, will understand the meaning behind the symbols of the food and wine. And you will understand more about Christ’s role in the Seder.

Date: Thursday, April 1st

Time: 6 pm

Place: Rudat Hall

Cost: Suggested donation of $5 per person; $20 per family (4 or more)

Help Needed: Please check out the sign-up list in Rudat Hall to see where you can help.

RSVP: Today in Rudat Hall or call the Stillmans.

Seder Organizers: Mark and Kate Stillman: 635-5992

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