Passover commemorates our freedom from slavery and the birth of the Jewish nation: A healthy, liberating experience for both the body and the soul of the People of Israel. The ancient customs at the Seder and the special foods tell the amazing story of Israel’s freedom. And they help to re-enact those precious moments of liberation, some 3300 years ago.

Marror (bitter herbs) remind us of the harshness and bitterness of slavery. Matzoh, the “poor man’s bread” that we ate as slaves, transforms itself, during the Seder, into the bread of redemption. The four cups of wine are drunk while reclining like kings – a royal beverage of liberation. The Freedom Experience is as alive today in the Land of Israel as it ever was! 

Not for only Israel but for all the believers in Yeshua as Messiah.  Both Jewish and Gentile,  Yeshua is the fulfillment of all the Feast of Passover.  He is our Passover lamb that through His blood has been shed so that the death angel has no hold on us. He is the unleavened, spotless lamb without sin, and He is our first fruit that has been resurrected and now intercedes for us at the right hand of the Father.  THROUGH YESHUA WE HAVE BEEN DELIVERED FROM BONDAGE OF SIN AND UNRIGHTEOUSNESS. 

We invite all our friends in the Memphis and Oxford Area to join us as we celebrate the Passover Seder on Thursday, March 28th at 7pm at Citygate Church in Southaven, Ms and Friday, March 29th at 7pm at the Oasis Church of All Nations in Oxford, MS.  Please RSVP at by Sunday, March 24th.

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