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Seder (Passover) Meal

The Passover Seder is a family meal held in observance of the command of the Lord to tell each new generation the story of God’s miraculous redemption of his people Israel from slavery in Egypt. It engages all one’s senses, so that each individual – even a child – gets to think of themselves as being redeemed from bitter slavery to enjoy complete freedom. The Hebrew word “Seder” (pronounced “say-dehr”) translates to “order” in English and there is a set order to the “Telling” (Hebrew – Haggadah). Jesus celebrated Passover with his disciples and filled the observance with a much fuller meaning for all his followers, both Jewish and Gentile. The communion service arose from the elements of Jesus’ Seder meal, so it is fitting that we should celebrate this meal together as a Christian community on the night Jesus celebrated it and do it as he commanded “… in remembrance of me.” (See Luke 22:7-23)

  • Menu Prepared by Chef Carl to include:

       Spring Greens with Strawberries and Toasted Almonds
       Chicken Soup with Matzah Ball
       Red wine Braised Beef with Herbed Mash,
       Roasted Carrots with hot honey
        Flourless Chocolate Pate` with vanilla anglaise

    • A special Kosher children’s meal will be served to children 12 and under.
    • There will be a special Children’s Seder celebration apart from the main Seder Celebration. (Children 5 and under are welcome to participate in the Seder at the parent’s discretion.)
    • The Seder Ceremony will take approximately one hour so please eat a snack before you come.
    • Childcare for children 5 and under is available. Please feed your young children in advance.  There will be no charge for your young children but a donation for childcare would be appreciated.
    • Seating is limited and based on a first come first serve basis. (Register sooner rather than later.)  There will be assigned seating with place cards much like a wedding.
    • Once the event fills to capacity, registrants will be placed on a waiting list and will be invited to come based on cancellations.
    • The Seder meal will be in place of a Maundy Thursday Service.
    • Cost is $25.00 per adult (age 13 and up)
    • Cost for children 12 and under is $10 per child.
    • Small Group Leaders will have the option to purchase a table of 8 for $200 or a table of 10 for $250. A registration link for small groups will be provided to the leaders.  Members can reimburse the leader directly.

 


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Date

Apr 14 2022

Time

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost

$25.00
St. Philip's Church

Location

St. Philip's Church
1629 Beaver Grade Rd,. Moon Twp., PA 15108

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Samantha Veness

Samantha Veness

Children’s Ministry Co-Director

Meet Samantha

Hi! I am blessed to be a Co-Director of Children’s Ministry. As a child, I always saw my mother lead our church’s children’s ministry and knew if I had a chance, I too, would like to be that role model for my children. My husband, Zack, and I were led to search for a new church family during the pandemic while everything was still shut down and large gatherings were still frowned upon. We were invited by family to attend St. Philip’s outdoor services and the rest was history!  We have two daughters, Raegan, 4, and Shelby, 2. We enjoy all things outdoors: hiking/walking, biking, boating, swimming, and Zoo trips. My hope is for the children who attend our Children’s Ministry Program is for them to learn and grow in their faith and for them to have the confidence to always know God’s love for them. I had a crisis of faith when we were told we would not be able to have children, but with the background of growing up in a loving church, I knew I could turn to God. 

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Clair Martin

Clair Martin

Children’s Ministry Co-Director

Meet Clair

I serve as a Co-Director of Children’s Ministry here at St. Philip’s. My family and I have been attending since August of 2022; my husband, Philip, and I found St. Philip’s after moving from the Philadelphia area where I taught second grade at a small Christian school. We have two children–Noelle and Philip Jr.–and a mini goldendoodle named Ginger. You might find us strolling around the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden or searching for a Korean restaurant to call our favorite. I pray that God will work in and through our Children’s Ministry to show young ones and their families the wonders of His marvelous love, both within our church and throughout the community.

Amaris Cruz

Amaris Cruz

Ministry Intern

Meet Amaris

What is your role at St. Philip’s?
I am the ministry intern. I get to have my hand in a lot of the ministries, from the youth to worship to administrative work and social media. I get to serve in so many different capacities and ministries.

How did you end up here?
I was in a 3 month discipleship program called Unaltered where I lived in Darlington, PA on a place called Prayer Mountain. Through that program, I was connected with Jade and given a summer internship on the worship team. Through that, I was able to help in numerous other ministries. StP then decided to take me on for a year as their ministry intern.

What is your goal/prayer/hope for the work you do serving St. Philip’s and the community?
Coming to St. Philip’s, one of my goals has been to further find the direction the Lord wants me to go in ministry. The Lord has already grown me as a worship leader and is consistently changing my heart towards serving others. I hope to love this community well and serve wherever there is a need. My prayer is that I’m continually given opportunities to say yes and honor the Lord and the church through serving and loving those around me.

What personal items (families, hobbies, quirks) would you like to share with the world, if any?
One of my goals in life is to own a thrift store. Thrifting, fashion and clothing have always been things that I loved and am passionate about. I believe it would be a great opportunity to minister to others and love on whatever community I land in well. It’s something I could talk about for ages. Next time you see me, ask me about it!

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