Last year, we held our first Messianic Passover Seder celebration. It was such a profound experience, we are looking forward to celebrating it again this year. Because the first Lord's Supper was on Maundy Thursday (the Thursday before Easter), that is when we choose to celebrate our Seder.
In all honesty, last year I was a little overwhelmed with studying Messianic and traditional Seders, and trying to create a special menu. Now that we have our Haggadah, I know that I'll really be able to enjoy this time together with family and friends.
Even though we are not Jewish, many of the elements of our dinner do follow a traditional Seder dinner, although some, obviously, do not. For us, the menu isn't the most important part. It's the meaning of the celebration.
Prime Rib with Horseradish Sauce
Flourless Chocolate Cake with Whipped Cream & Fresh Berries
Red Wine / Grape Juice