Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Passover 2017 Seder Tickets


Passover Community Seder — Uncovering the Messianic Meanings of the Seder

Saturday, April 8, 2017, Community Seder at Embassy Suites, Garden Grove
From 4:00pm to 9:00pm; check-in begins at 3:00pm and must be seated by 4:00pm

Please click here for directions to the Hotel.

Please join us as we gather in Messiah Yeshua to tell of His wondrous grace and awesome acts in the redemption of Israel from Egypt and of His fulfillment of Judaism as He became the Passover Lamb of God who secured eternal salvation for all who trust in Him, Jew and non-Jew alike.

We will:

  • Share the reading of the Haggadah and learn about the Jewish roots of Yeshua's Last Seder,
  • Enjoy beautiful holiday music and Davidic dancing
  • Partake of a sumptuous Seder dinner — vegetarian dinner also available.
    (Please let us know about the number of vegetarian dinners when making the reservation)

Make your reservation by using the PayPal system below:

[If you prefer making the reservation by mail please click here for the Passover flyer, print it and mail it to the address on flyer.]

Please Note: After you make your PayPal payment, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the first and last names of persons attending, the age of children, if any, and if you prefer to be seated with a specific person or group, so we can prepare name tags for seating arrangements - there is a maximum of ten people per table. Also, please let us know the number of vegetarian dinners, if any.

— Cost per Adult is $45.00. Please click the "Add to Cart" button and then enter the number of adults.
— Cost per child (ages 6-12) is $25.00 — Please Note: No childcare is provided.

Weekly Scripture Reading

Shabbat Yitro
February 18 / Sh'vat 22, 5777


Parashah: Yitro — “Jethro"

— Torah:
Exodus 18:1 – 20:23

— Haftarah: Isaiah 6:1 — 7:6, 9:5-6

The apostles taught us that the Torah is about the Messiah, thus Torah is a tutor for us to come to know Him and His righteousness. Torah's commandments are teaching us how to live a godly life, to be equipped to enter in the good works that God prepared for us from the eternity past. Thus, even though we live in an era free of the fear of the punishment for not obeying all of these commandments, it is for our benefit to heed their teaching, because they are for our correction and for our training in righteousness. By obeying Torah we show God that we are sincere in our desire to make teshuvah, to repent of our sins...

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