The night Jesus was arrested, He had celebrated the Passover Feast with His disciples, which even then was ancient – some 1500 years old. Now, we tend to call it the Last Supper when referring to the story. This traditional Passover Feast is also called Maundy Thursday or the Seder Dinner. We celebrate this feast in a traditional way, explaining the Jewish traditions, although we modify it to reduce the length of the meal from four hours to 90 minutes.
This is a huge event and everyone is welcome! Please come participate with us as we eat, observe and celebrate together!