Events: Instructed Sedar

St. Christopher’s explores the roots of the Eucharist by conducting an Instructed Seder. We believe that Jesus instituted the Holy Eucharist at a Passover Seder shortly before His arrest and Crucifixion.

The Passover seder is a Jewish ritual dinner that commemorates God’s deliverance of the Hebrews from slavery in Egypt and his creation of the Israelite people.) The Seder is based on the haggadah, a book of instructions, prayers, blessings, and stories that lays out the proper order for the ritual. Haggadah means “the telling,” referring to one of the most important aspects of the seder: the recitation of the Exodus story.

 

Contact: Fr. Peter Fabre

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Zoom Service Times (until further notice):

  Sun — 10:00 am Ante-Communion in English
          — 11:30 am Ante-Comunión en Español
  Wed — 10:15 am Morning Prayer
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