Sun, Apr 21|
CHRISTIAN PASSOVER / LORD'S SUPPER
The Lord's Passover is Christ's commanded celebration. April 21, 2024. On this evening, we commemorate the Crucifixion and sacrifice of Jesus Christ. We follow Christ's instructions to remember and share in His Passover symbols of unleavened bread and wine and participate in the Footwashing Service.
Time & Location
Apr 21, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
About The Event
On the evening of April 21, 2024, we remember the sacrifice and Last Supper of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Passover, as He commanded.
Following the Biblical timing of the events of Jesus' life, we remember Christ's instructions to take His Passover symbols of the unleavened bread and wine - the symbols of the New Covenant with Him and the Father. We follow this with the footwashing of our brothers and sisters in Christ, as Jesus instructed His followers.
It is a beautiful ceremony, filled with meaning: cleansing believers from head to toe in a renewal of faith and devotion to our Lord and Saviour, as we proclaim His death till He comes again.
All church attendees are welcome to attend the ceremony. Taking the symbols of the bread and wine and sharing in the footwashing is reserved for those who have committed their lives through baptism in Jesus Christ. The symbols are not to be taken lightly, nor by one who has not already committed to our Saviour in faith.
Before the service, we encourage you to deeply consider and follow the instructions laid down in 1 Corinthians 11:17-34, as well as to read through Christ's examples in the Gospels, so that you will come and celebrate in a manner befitting the King of Kings and honouring His New Covenant.
We expect to hold the event at a private residence in the Ellenbrook area, but will confirm with church members closer to the date.
Arrival is planned for 6 pm, with a 6:15 start.
For those attending, please notify Peter directly or via registration here.
Plan to bring your own towel and footwashing basin to the evening.
Join us as we remember this most holy occasion and share the Lord's Supper together.