The Passover Seder Meal is a yearly feast that Jewish people celebrate in remembrance of Israel’s exodus from Egypt. Jesus celebrated the Passover with his disciples and showed them how he is the fulfillment of the Seder Meal. Jesus is the Messiah of both Jew and Gentile.
We want you to invite and come with your Jewish friends on Sunday, March 25th here at Spanish River for a full "Kosher like" Seder Meal. Purchase Tickets Here» Families welcome, seating limited.
For More Information Contact: Stephen Brendle Sr.: 561-441-0725
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a Seder?
A: The Passover Seder Meal is a yearly feast that most Jewish people celebrate in remembrance of Israel’s exodus from Egypt. Jesus celebrated the Passover with his disciples and showed them how he is the fulfillment of Seder Meal.
Q: Do I have to bring a Jewish guest?
A: No, this is intended as an outreach to your friends and neighbors with a Jewish background and should be a comfortable way to introduce the Messiah as a completion of the Torah. This can also serve as a talking point later for you with your Jewish friends and an opportunity to share the Gospel, you may even want to have a Seder of your own next year. It may not be the right venue for a Jewish person you may know with a strong resistance to Christianity.
Q: What is the meal going to be?
A: Traditional Passover items will be served, including eating matzah, the Passover Seder Plate, and a Kosher-like “feast” consisting of brisket, chicken, vegetables, and potatoes. Dessert and drinks are also included. (at this point we intend the main meal will be catered by Too-Jay’s)
Q: Are children invited?
A: As the Seder is traditionally a family event, you are encouraged to bring your family. The event will last approximately 2 ½ hours so may be challenging for young children but the teaching should be beneficial to older children and teens in understanding their Jewish neighbors. No child care will be provided.
Q: Who will direct the Seder and the reading of the Haggadah?
A: Our Pastor Timothy Torres will lead us in prayer, however Spanish River Church members Doug and Heather Drake with a combined 15 years of experience in Jewish outreach will lead.
Q: What are the table arrangements?
A: We will have tables of eight. We will make every effort to keep groups together. We intend the food to be served rather than buffet. Attendance will be limited so reservations on the SRC web site should be made as soon as possible to secure your seat.
Q: When is Passover?
A: Jewish Passover begins the evening of March 30, 2018 and continues for 7 (or 8) days. Our Seder does not infringe on traditional Jewish religious dates.
Q: When is the Seder Dinner?
A: Sunday, March 25th, 2018 at 5:30pm at Spanish River Church Chapel 2400 Yamato Rd, Boca Raton, FL 33431
Q: How do I buy my tickets?
A: Tickets are $35 each and can be purchased at www.spanishriver.com/seder . Tickets will be mailed and must be brought for admission the day of the Seder Meal.