Mikael and Lea will be doing a Messiah and the Passover presentation after services in the Fellowship Hall. Using the traditional Seder elements, this presentation (about 40 minutes long) examines the Passover as revealed by God in Exodus, investigates how Yeshua and His disciples observed the Last Supper and looks at how the Passover is still being celebrated by Jewish
Join us for this helpful workshop after services. Please e-mail Jennifer by March 29 if you plan to attend. This event will be canceled if no one signs up. Passover is the oldest holiday still being celebrated in the world today. It's one of few Jewish holidays we still celebrate in the home. Learn how you can share the richness
Today is Passover and the first day of Matza, the seven day holiday when we don’t eat unleavened bread. Most peoples, if not all peoples, have special days to celebrate or remember important events. Israel’s annual holidays which are outlined for us in Leviticus 23, are unique because they were given to the Jewish people by God Himself. These holidays
Rabbi Loren was recently interviewed on The Journey. During this interview Rabbi Loren discusses his personal testimony, Isaiah 53, and how Messiah Yeshua relates to the Passover. The interview is available below: To find out more about the program that interviewed Rabbi Loren Click Here!