Our Seder Celebration

Last night we celebrated the Seder dinner. I’m not sure how traditional it was, compared to Jewish families, but it was very fun for us. I love that God’s imagery for the Passover was so deeply rich and always pointed ahead to Messiah. It’s been 15 years since we’ve celebrated it (last time was also a memorial service for our little Shalom that we lost in utero) so our younger 2 weren’t even here and Joel would only have been a toddler. I hope you enjoy our celebration in pictures.

seder dinner 1

seder dinner 2

seder dinner 3

seder dinner 4

Now it’s time to link up your posts. Looking forward to reading them all. I may not be able to comment on every one, but I read them all and am always blessed!

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  1. Dear Kate,

    I am a Messianic Jew, and I can tell you that from your photo’s your Seder looks as though it was very kosher 🙂 Well done! The Lord is truly displayed in His Greatness and Faithfulness in the Passover account.

    With love in Him,

  2. Kate, thank you for sharing your Seder pictures. I love the Seder and have been privileged to take part in a traditional Seder. I would love to do one for my kids when they are older and can understand the imagery. I think it holds great tradition for Christians, no matter what your nationality. Thanks, too, for the opportunity to link-up! Blessings! Nancy

    • Thanks, Nancy! Although you’d be surprised how much even young children can understand of the beauty of the Passover and can see Jesus in it. Thanks so much for stopping by.

  3. Your seder looks like it was wonderful! We’ve been celebrating Passover for 5 years, and each time it is such a blessing!

  4. I’ve always wanted to do a Seder dinner, Kate. I’m glad you enjoyed yours! Many blessings to you and your family this Easter.

  5. LOVE this, Kate! And it just so happens, my post this week is on how Jesus is represented in the Seder elements!
    Blessings to you on this celebration of the Resurrection!

  6. The Seder meal is so amazing in symbolism…makes me love Jesus even more. Have a blessed week and Resurrection celebration!

  7. Also, I forgot to thank you for sharing your Seder meal on the link-up! I hope others will study and actually do it. We found it a rich experience as a family. Blessings!


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