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If you would like to make a Passover meal to follow the service, here are some recipies:
Blue links to recipes
Foods used for the Passover Seder
If you would like to participate in the eating part of the service, please have the following:
If you need any help modifying or finding a recipes, email us Seder@StLukesMetuchen.org or let us know in the comments of your registration form (above)
Wine or Grape Juice (red sweet, but any works)
Chopped Nuts (optional)
Chop the apples into small pieces and place in a bowl. Add some raisins. Add a bit of wine or grape juice - enough to coat the apples - and stir. Add honey and ground cinnamon to taste - stir. Add nuts if you are using them - stir. ENJOY!
NOTE: If you would like to attend this service, you need to fill out the form to the right to get the Zoom link. This service will only take place by Zoom. It will not be recorded and will NOT be available on YouTube.
For Christians, Passover is of special interest. It is linked to The Last Supper, as Jesus chose to celebrate the Passover Seder with his disciples as the last meal before he was put to death. It was at this Seder that the first Eucharist took place.
Join us for a wonderful meal, with songs & stories, celebrating the Jews flight from Egypt, as we
connect generations - from our Old Testament
ancestors, to the time of Jesus, to those of us alive
today - remembering those who are free, and
those who are yet to be freed . . .
Please fill out the form to the right so we may send you the Zoom Link.
Though it is is not necessary, there are a list of foods that are eaten during the service so you can eat along with those parts of the service.
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St. Luke's Annual Passover Seder