Passover Seder: A story of redemption

Ken Meyers

You and your friends or family will take part in all of the symbolic elements of the Passover Seder and then enjoy a full meal.

Hear the Redemption Story that weaves all throughout the scriptures and understand the Messianic message of the coming redeemer on Good Friday, April 19 at 6 p.m.

Passover is one of the most important Jewish holidays of the year. It is a time to remember what God has done in liberating the Jewish people — affirming, consecrating, and preserving them as His own people. Passover is a time for retelling the story of Passover and God’s rescue of His people from slavery in Egypt. For Messianic Jews, it is also a time of remembering this holy day in Messiah Yeshua’s (Jesus’) death and resurrection. Identifying the symbolism and ways in which Passover points to Yeshua will infuse your Passover with rich meaning — whether you are Messianic Jew or Gentile.

This event is free, but donations will be accepted for Rev. Meyers and his ministry.

Seating is limited so please be sure to register in advance: on-line at www.DunkirkBaptist.org/Passover or by contacting the church office at 366-6634.

Rev. Ken Meyers grew up in Dunkirk. As a teenager, a neighbor lady invited him to church and he accepted the Lord as his personal Savior. Rev. Meyers has been involved in the service of the Lord for over 60 years, specifically his calling has been to God’s chosen people. In 1973 he was a volunteer in the Yom Kippur war; he volunteered because of his love for the Holy Scriptures and God’s plan for the nation of Israel. He was involved for over 49 years in radio work for Friends of Israel and Bible Christian Union, the programs were called “Israel my Glory” and “Message to Israel”. He has taught in many seminaries and churches on various topics always relating to God’s purpose for the nation of Israel and His chosen people. Rev. Meyers has traveled extensively in Israel, Europe and South America for the purpose of teaching and witnessing about God’s plan. Presently his work is in the New England area and he still goes to Israel annually. Currently Ken and his wife, JoAnne, live in Richmond, NH. Learn more at www.hislandisrael.com.

First Baptist Church is located at 876 Central Ave. Dunkirk, NY. Handicap parking and access are available. Find more information at www.DunkirkBaptist.org or by calling 366-6634.

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