Wednesday, March 27

Passover Seder

Contact: Diane Williamson

Time: 5pm – 7:30pm


Thank you all for your wonderful response! The Seder is at now at capacity, and the signup is closed.

Reservation required
(We are at capacity and unable to accept further reservations.)

Wednesday, March 27, 2024
5:00*-7:30 PM in the Gym
*Please be seated and ready for the presentation to begin at 5:00.

We'll serve a Passover kosher meal of Brisket, Honey-Glazed Carrots, Potato Kugel, and Mandarin Orange Salad.

The Last Supper is one of the most poignant and beautiful moments of Jesus the Messiah’s ministry. On His last night on earth, Jesus gathered His disciples to celebrate Passover. Most believers are familiar with Passover, but few know the clear connection, the revelation of the Messiah, found in a Passover Seder celebration.

Life in Messiah International local partners and FBCNB church members Steve & Diane Williamson will guide us through this unique opportunity to experience the events surrounding Christ's institution of Communion. You'll learn some of the rich history and symbolism of Passover and how it foreshadowed the Messiah. This Passover Seder is also a great evangelistic opportunity to invite someone you know to come enjoy fellowship and food as we share how the Passover Lamb delivers us.

4:30 - Gym doors open
5:00 - Presentation begins
6:00 - Dinner begins
6:45/7:00 - Conclusion


In Hebrew, seder simply means “order.” A Passover Seder is an ordered ceremonial remembrance as commanded in Exodus 12:14. The clear, strong connection to Jesus the Messiah is exhibited in a “Messianic” Passover Seder.

The generally accepted date is 1313BC. In Exodus 12, the Jewish people receive the command for the first Passover. In verse 14, they are further commanded: "Now this day will be a memorial to you, and you shall celebrate it as a feast to the LORD; throughout your generations you are to celebrate it as a permanent ordinance." For the Jewish people, 2024 will be their 3,337th Passover remembrance! It is celebrated through a “Passover Seder.”

Not really. Nearly all believers recognize the significance of the Last Supper. What many fail to realize is that Jesus was crucified on Passover, and what we call the Last Supper was in fact a Passover celebration. Jesus instituted communion at that Passover celebration. Similar to the Passover deliverance remembrance, communion is in remembrance of the deliverance Jesus made for us. There is clear, strong connection between Passover and Jesus the Messiah.


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New Braunfels, Texas 78130

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