THE SEDER

THE SEDER

  • Date: 22 Mar 2016
  • Venue: Jubilee Hall
  • Location: Charvil

The Seder is a Jewish meal that has been eaten for thousands of years during the Passover festival and it reminds us of the Last Supper that Jesus ate with his disciples. The Seder is eaten by Jewish people to remember their enslavement in Egypt and their escape led by Moses. Revd Alison will lead us through the meal explaining the various ceremonies and meanings of what is eaten and drunk. For example, wine or grape juice is drunk to remember the tears of the slaves. While the meal is free for everyone, it is very important that you reserve a place and notify us of any special dietary requirements