Sat, 16 Apr|
Red Hill - Dining Room
Passover/Pesach - Congregation Meal
At Passover we celebrate the release of the Hebrews from slavery in Egypt. It was a prophetic signpost to the ultimate sacrifice of Jesus on the Cross and our freedom from sin.
Time & Location
16 Apr 2022, 17:00 – 20:00
Red Hill - Dining Room, Snitterfield, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 0PQ, UK
About the Event
Join us for this special meal. Places are limited to 40, as the dining room can only seat this number, so please book early!
This year we have booked external caterers to serve us, so there will be a charge for your tickets, rather than the usual offering taken. If you have a food allergy please contact the office as soon as you have booked your places.
Please ensure you book all tickets needed for your family (i.e there are x3 ticket types; adult meal tickets at £17.50 pp, child meal tickets at £12 pp and child seat tickets which have no food which are free).
If you have a food allergy please inform the office before the 1st April.
Please arrive for 4.45pm to allow everyone to be seated. We will need to start at 5pm promptly.
If you need to cancel your place please contact the office as there may be a waiting list for places.
Passover is the meal Jesus shared with His disciples before His crucifixion. The Hebrews were told to kill a lamb and paint its blood over their doorposts to protect them, as the angel of death swept across Egypt killing all the firstborn. The Hebrews were then set free.
We celebrate this with a Seder meal (seder=order), which takes us through the events of the first Passover and into the freedom we now experience in Jesus. The Communion service is based on this meal, as a reminder of Jesus' sacrifice for us.
- Jesus' parents traveled to Jerusalem every year to celebrate Passover, as all male Jews were expected to do. At age 12 Jesus went with them.