Events and Locations
Friday 19 April 2019
Passover Meal – Cedaredge, CO
We put out the Hebrew invitation of “let all who hunger come and eat.” As we have gone about the processes of planning, it’s been impressed upon all of us the unique opportunity we have, to be able to gather as a Covenant people and honor the Passover. In Temple 6 Podcast we were taught that the Passover would be included with the Feasts that will be at the Temple…
The only one that existed from the days of Adam to Noah to Abraham that got added, that will be observed, is the Passover. Because the Passover was added as an additional testimony, given in the days of Moses, to point forward specifically to the sacrifice of the Paschal Lamb (whose blood would save Israel), with a command that it got preserved. So even though it got added and wasn’t part of that original, the addition at the time of the Passover itself was an event symbolizing liberation from the world, coming out from under the bondage of Egypt (which is what its last-days people are supposed to ultimately achieve), coming out from under the influence of the head of gold and the Medes, the Persians, the Greeks, the Romans, and the modern-day kingdoms—being liberated from all of that. And at the same time, being liberated as a consequence of the blood of the Lamb. So the addition of the Paschal Lamb, and that feast, is going to stand at the renewal.
We understand we still do not have all that will be revealed about the Passover and the Feasts, yet this will be the first time as a Covenant people that the Passover can be observed together at a Conference. We hope to feed all who want to come. We encourage all to participate in this feast whether you can come to the conference or not.
Even if you are not able to make the dinner that night it would be a wonderful time to gather your local family and friends and offer your prayers and thanks for the Paschal Lamb that has made this all possible.
Update 4-12-19: The Passover event and other meals are all completely booked. If you do not already have an RSVP for meals from the camp, be sure to make arrangements to bring your own meals that can be consumed outside the dining hall as no outside food is allowed in the hall.
Schedule for Friday Evening
5:00 – Camp will open for arrivals. Check-in at the front of the fireside room.
5:45 – Passover activities begin with a few introductory comments and explanations.
Because of the large number of RSVP’s (450), the dinner has been split into two groups
Group one is in the chapel from 5:45 to 6:45 and in the dining hall from 6:55 to 7:55
Group two is in the dining hall from 5:45 to 6:45 and in the chapel from 6:55 to 7:55
8:00 – The Sacrament will be administered in the chapel for both groups
8:30 – Camp check-in desk for the room assignments will open
9:00-10:30 – Free time – bonfire and setup chairs for the Saturday breakout sessions
Some Passover Details
Please be sure to bring grape juice if desired – lots of it. Wine will be provided. Don’t plan on buying grape juice in Colorado, bring it from home. We invite you to come spiritually hungry but not physically ravenous. Remember, it’s an hour or ninety minutes until the actual meal. There will be a presentation / teaching first. Please dress nicely for Passover. Not Sunday church dress, just nice for good company type dress. Its a scared event and holy day to many.
We are a fellowship located in the Cedaredge, CO and extended area. We are paying for several venues and will be providing several meals.
We ask that if you feel prompted to contribute to the conference preparation, that you email us at email@example.com
Someone from the fellowship will contact you with further details.
Any donations that exceed our needs will be used to assist those in need coming to the conference. Any leftover donations will be given to the Temple Fund.