Passover Celebration

Passover 2018 begins in the evening of Friday, March 30, and ends in the evening of Saturday, April 6

Community Seder on March 25, 2018

We are excited to be having a community Passover seder on Sunday, March 25th. This is a seder demonstration so that we can enjoy a seder together as a church, but also so we can show you how to perform the seder at your homes on the actual night of Passover (which is Friday evening, March 30th).

Doors open at 5:30; the seder begins at 6:00pm

Freedom Hill Community
2134 Parkway Dr.
St. Peters, MO 63376

Additional Information:
-Please e-mail us to let us know how many people in your family/group will be attending.

-This event will be a potluck. FHC will be providing meat. Please bring a side (kosher for Passover; i.e., no leaven) to contribute.

-Please invite your friends to join us and learn more about Passover and how it reveals Yeshua!

Passover Holy Days:

There are two "high sabbaths" connected to Passover. This year they are from Sundown March 30 to Sundown March 31 & from Sundown April 5 to Sundown April 6.

We are commanded to have a holy convocation on the high sabbaths, so we'll be having get-togethers either at church or at someone's house. This page will be updated with more details soon.

What is Passover?

One of the most important annual events on the Hebrew Calendar is the Passover meal and the seven-day Feast of Unleavened Bread. This powerful biblical holiday commemorates the deliverance of Israel from their slavery in ancient Egypt. God called Moses to go to Pharaoh and order him to let the Israelites go free. Pharaoh refused, so God sent plagues upon the land of Egypt. Despite each of these plagues, Pharaoh still refused, so God sent the tenth and final plague—the death of every firstborn in Egypt. During this plague, God provided the Passover lamb as a means of safety for His people. God passed over the homes of those who had the blood of the lamb on their doorposts (Exodus 12:13).

For followers of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus), Passover commemorates not only the miraculous events described in the book of Exodus, but also our spiritual deliverance from the slavery of sin. The shed blood of the lamb represents the blood of the Messiah. Those who have His blood on the doorposts of their hearts are spared from the second death.

God commanded His people to keep Passover and Unleavened Bread throughout their generations as a statute forever (Exodus 12:14). Why? Because God so loves the world that He gave His only son (John 3:16). He wants the world to hear the message of the Gospel so that they, too, can be passed over and delivered from their sins.

Join us as we celebrate this amazing Biblical festival! You will be amazed at the depth of God’s Word as you learn how every detail of this ancient Festival points us to our Messiah.