At Passover, we gather with friends and family to retell the story of Israel’s swift exodus from Egypt. It is God’s redemption story, sparing His people from the Egyptian plagues and ultimately delivering them from slavery and death. In addition, we honor Jesus in the Passover, as He is the Passover Lamb who was slain to make a way for us to the Father through His once-and-for-all sacrifice (Hebrews 10:11–14).
We are taking Passover to the next level this year! Join us online for another family Passover Seder, as staff member Robert Walter leads us through the traditional festival celebration. Renowned Messianic believer and worship artist Aaron Shust will lead worship!
Experiencing a Seder will enrich your faith in Messiah and give you a greater appreciation for your biblical heritage. Plus, this is a great opportunity to experience something Jesus did with His disciples. Not only that, but the Bible says that it was something that He had been waiting for: “I have earnestly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer” (Luke 22:15).
Let us celebrate this Passover with you!
Mitch & Zhava Glaser
The Mann Family
Messiah in the Passover
Messiah in the Passover is for everyone. This Passover reference book discusses biblical and theological issues, Jewish and church history, and rabbinic traditions. It also includes a Messianic Family Haggadah (Passover guidebook) as well as Passover recipes and lessons for your children. Plus you will find many more helps in the back of the book. Messiah in the Passover will give you a deeper appreciation for the Passover celebration within the Jewish community and enable you to share the message of the Lamb of God through the Passover with your Jewish Friends.
Gospel in the Passover
The Gospel in the Passover is a condensed version of Messiah in the Passover written for those who want to explore the traditions of the Passover and deepen their understanding of the links between Passover, the Last Supper, and Communion.
This beautiful Kiddush Cup (5″ tall, nickel plated from Israel) for the Passover Seder and Shabbat comes from Israel. It is used for the four cups of wine during the Seder meal or by Jewish families for the traditional Shabbat blessing over the wine on Friday night to welcome in the Shabbat. This Kiddush Cup can also be purchased as part of our Passover Set.