Saturday, April 3, 2010

Celebrating Passover

We are a non-denominational, Bible-believing Christian family that seeks to serve the Lord through continued understanding of His Word and the blessings of the Almighty. With all that said, we celebrated the Passover earlier this week as a tribute to the Jewish tradition and a reflection on the Ultimate Sacrificial Lamb, Jesus Christ, who came to save those who are lost. This event occurred through much reflection on the history of Passover and the Biblical context of the holiday. We used the book Biblical Holidays from Heart of Wisdom as our main resource for planning the holiday. We also did a lot of online research and Bible reading to further determine our evening plans. The result was a full night of celebration, focused on the Passover and the symbolism that points toward Christ as the Messiah.

Here are a few photos of our evening and a menu that we used to put together our Seder. The Matza Tash and Afikomen covers were made using supplies I had on hand. The Afikomen wrap says "Messiah" in Hebrew. The last photo here doesn't really show the food well. (I forgot to take a photo until after the meal had begun.)
.Our menu included-
While this was a fun menu for our first Passover, I imagine there will be changes to it in the years to come. Feel free to ask questions in the comment section if you are curious. I will answer them if I am able.

1 comment:

  1. Very cool (and brave!) trying out the Jewish cooking for the Celebration! You amaze me :)