I grew up going to a non-denominational church doing communion and all that jazz, but it wasn’t until after high school that I participated in my first Passover Seder. Suffice to say it has forever deepened my understanding and appreciation of Passover, communion, and Easter. Ever since then I have encouraged my friends to join me in participating in a Seder meal, and this week I had the pleasure of hosting one in my home.
There is a lot of planning and preparation that goes into it, and to my surprise there are hundreds of variations of it. Needless to say, it can get overwhelming quickly. This was my third time leading a Seder, and while I am certainly no expert at it I offer my suggestions and resources with the hope that other Christians may find it helpful for preparing their own. Continue reading