The program for this evening is planned to reflect on the Jewish Passover. Passover is a widely celebrated Jewish Festival which generally lasts from seven to eight days in the early spring. The story of Passover is a part of how the Israelites were freed from bondage and made the exodus out of Egypt. Passover is also celebrated in honor of the birth of the Jewish nation after a long struggle through hardships. The central practice of Passover today is the Seder –the family table centered dinner party featuring story-telling, conversation, eating matzo and drinking wine.
Guest Speaker : Dr. Arnold Neufeldt-Fast
Associate Academic Dean, Tyndale University College & Seminary
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