The projected date for our Passover Gathering is the evening of April 28th, 2018, making April 29th the First Day of Unleavened Bread and a High Sabbath.
The meeting will begin PROMPTLY at 6:00 pm EST with music and Scripture, and the Passover Potluck fellowship meal to follow around 7:00pm. There will also be a time of Q&A concerning Passover and how it does and should apply to believers in Yeshua/Jesus, especially in these last days. The entire evening’s events should be concluded by 9:00 pm or so, unless our Father has other plans. Doors will open at 5:00pm.
Matzah, water and coffee will be provided. We ask each family unit to bring a main dish/entrée and either a side dish or dessert, or both if you so desire. The dishes must be ‘Biblically clean’ and ‘unleavened’. If you have any questions concerning either of those, please contact us here or by email or text. (firstname.lastname@example.org 859.582.5525)
Why do we observe Passover? In his writings, the Apostle Paul instructed the congregation of believers to ‘keep the feast’, referring to The Passover. The writer of Hebrews reminds the congregation of believers to ‘not forsake the assembling together, which had become the habit of some’. Passover is the first of the annual, Holy Day assemblies. But beyond those exhortations, Yeshua/Jesus had this to say concerning The Passover – ‘do this in remembrance of Me.’
Although donations to help cover the expenses of the meeting are appreciated, there is no charge or fee for attending and participating in this Bibically-mandated Holy Day event.
The location for the event will be the Community Ballroom above the BlueBird Cafe in downtown Stanford KY. If you plan to attend and have NOT sent your RSVP, please do so ASAP. We need to be able to provide adequate seating and space for this event, and your response enables us to make those plans more efficiently.
The theme for the evening? Passover – What’s The Word Say?
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