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CANCELED: Seder Passover Celebration

By Marshall Benbow in Adult Ed Leaders 5 months ago | 140 views
Link: https://goo.gl/5gccT1 |

Jesus’ crucifixion on Good Friday is the moment when God delivered the world from the bondage of sin, paying for all of our wrongs on the cross. John the Baptist called Jesus the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world, because thousands of years, God’s people experienced deliverance from bondage to Egypt on the night of the Passover when they placed the blood of a lamb over the doorways to their homes. After they were free, God commanded the Israelites to celebrate the Passover meal for generations to come in memory of how He delivered them. 

This year we are holding a Passover Seder meal at Grace for our church family to experience the Jewish Passover celebration and see how it ties into the life and sacrifice of Jesus Christ on our behalf. During this meal, all the senses will be engaged in the one hour long celebration. and we hope that the “Body of Christ” will take on new meaning connecting the Old and New Testament stories. 

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Marshall Benbow on 03/08/2018

We need to have a certain number of people signed up to be able to host this. Is there anyone coming who has not RSVP-ed yet? 

March 29
Thursday
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

7 people
are coming
Jamé SanGeorge (FB) (4)

Dorothy Lanier (2)

Elaine Parker (1)

Grace Community Church

A love for Jesus Christ and an ardent desire to see Him glorified in the inner city of Greensboro were the impetus for the founding of this non-denominational body of believers. We are striving to bring together God’s people from all walks of life that each might minister to the other according to their gifts and abilities. Our highest aim is that we might together demonstrate the reality of Christ as we are made one.

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