Mindekirken celebrates the Seder meal
Thursday, April 2nd at 6:30 pm.
Tickets are $20.00 adults, children under 12 free
Seating is limited, reservations are required
Based loosely on the Jewish haggadah, or Passover "order of service," the evening includes a full meal, conversation with friends, reading, singing, and participation by as many people as the microphone will reach. Multi-generational in its focus, we invite individuals and families of all ages to participate.
Reservations required. The cost is $20 for adults, children 12 and under are free. Seating is limited! Please contact the church office at (612)874-0716 or email at JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING for your reservation by March 30.
Member Ingunn Henrikssen is the primary organizer and cook for this annual event. Here, she shares her thoughts on meaning of this special gathering.....
The Seder meal at Mindekirken connects us with the Jewish heritage of Christianity in the context of the Easter season. The last supper of Christ was a Passover Seder meal commemorating the escape of the Jews from enslavement in Egypt, with components that trace their lineage to even earlier times in human history. The wine and unleavened bread that form a key component of the Seder were used by Jesus during the last supper to establish the ritual of communion that reconnects his followers with the ideals of community, caring, engagement and responsibility that Jesus modeled throughout his life.