Festivals were part of Jesus’ life. They were focal points in his ministry. He proclaimed he was the light of the world at the Feast of Tabernacles, gave his life for the world on Passover and promised the Holy Spirit who descended on Pentecost.


With these traditions he left a legacy for the Church. When you prepare your Passover dinner, you're taking part in a tradition that dates back more than 3500 years. Jesus celebrated this meal every year of his life; the last year he told Peter and John to make the preparations for the Last Supper.


Exodus 23:14

"Three times a year you shall celebrate a feast to Me." 

Today we get to enter the rhythms of the biblical season during the Spring: Passover to Pentecost, Fall: Trumpets to Sukkot, Hanukkah and Purim.  During each one He shares His identity and tells us about ours. Take time to get to know what God’s celebrations are all about.

Click the link below for a complete handout on how to prepare for our 2020 Virtual Passover Seder meal!

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