Passover 2022


"Let My Children Go!"

A Celebration of a Feast of the Lord in a Historic Courtroom

Saturday, April 16th, 2022

Passover is about the deliverance of Israel from bondage to slavery in Egypt. God delivered them from oppression, slavery, and cruel bondage with the command through Moses to Pharaoh, "Let My People Go!" As believers in Yeshua the Messiah, we are also delivered from our bondage and slavery to sin and death. The God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob is a deliverer. One of the most critical social justice issues facing our nation and the world is the issue of abortion. It is the church's responsibility to be an agent of deliverance, emancipation, and justice in the world, and to see His kingdom come and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven. This event will highlight the direct connections between the events of Passover, the events of the Last Supper, and the issues surrounding the ending of Abortion. This will all be done in the Roe v Wade Courtroom in Dallas!

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  • Venue information

    The Venue: 400 North Ervay Street, Dallas, TX 75201

    (If parking in the One Dallas Center Parking Garage, enter the venue through the 400 North St. Paul Street entrance. If parking on the street, LAZ Parking Limited, or the First Baptist Parking Garage, you may use either the 400 North Ervay Street or the 400 North St. Paul Street entrance.)

    Venue Parking: One Dallas Center Parking $5 for 2 hours

    One Dallas Center Parking Entrance is located at 1919 Federal Street and is indicated as LAZ Parking Garage. You may park your vehicle on any level beyond the 5th floor of the garage and take the elevator to the first floor. Once on first floor you will be able to access the North St Paul Entrance of the venue just across the street from the parking garage. Security will be posted on the entrance of 400 North Ervay building for your convenience.

    Other Parking: LAZ Parking $10 for 2 hours

    Located at 505 N. Ervay Street and directly across the street from the Ervay entrance.

    Other Parking: First Baptist Parking Garage $5 for 2 hours

    Located at 747 N St. Paul St Dallas, TX 75201 a few blocks away from 400 N. Ervay Street

    Limited Parking on the streets of Ervay and St. Paul. Free from 6pm on.


    This is a unique celebration this year. Our theme is "Let My Children Go" and this is an unprecedented opportunity for you to celebrate a Jewish Seder with a new "life" emphasis in a historic location. We are beginning with a pre-event reception and fellowship time on the rooftop. Come and enjoy beautiful views of the downtown landscape while enjoying the company of others to build connections and community.

  • 6:00 pm Event in the Courtroom

    For the main event and the meal, we will be in the historic Dallas courtroom where the Roe v Wade court case occurred. Registration is $55 per/person and includes a buffet meal, beverages, dessert, a participant's seder guide, and all of the Seder elements.


    We will also be live streaming this event as well and you can participate along with us. Don't miss being a part of this prophetic night in a historic site! If you are planning to join us online, below is a list of the items you need to observe with us, the download link to the Haggada pdf file below, and the link to the livestream event. Please gather these items ahead of time, and feel free to cook a meal for your family and join us as we celebrate this year's incredible Passover.



    For the Seder Plate: A Lamb Shank, Parsely, Horseradish, Roasted Egg, *Charoset, three pieces of Matza, a *white napkin, and Salt Water. 

    You will also need two candles for the beginning of the meal on the table and a pitcher of water and a basin with a towel for the hand washing ceremony. Each guest will also need 4 cups of grape juice or wine.

    *Charoset is a mixture of apples, nuts, honey, raisins, and wine and represents and is the consistency of mortar.

    *The white napkin is used to wrap and hide what is called the "afikomen." Later in the meal, the children search for it and return it the head of the table for a prize or treat of some kind (If you have children present, please also include something to reward them for finding the "afikomen").

  • ONLINE OPTION: The MEal of your choice

    Feel free to make your family the dinner of your choice. Typically, this meal consists of chicken, vegetables, some starch, but nothing with yeast. We will be eating throughout the presentation, so have it ready about 15 minutes into the program!


    You will need to download the Haggada (Seder Meal Booklet) PDF by clicking on the link to the belowdownarrowand use it to follow along with the livestream event at the top of this page. This link will take you to the livestream page where you will also find the Seder Hagggada we will be using throughout the presentation.


  • Donations for the event

    If you would like to donate to the extra costs of the event not included in the ticket price, or if you would like to donate as an online participant, please CLICK HERE and select "special event" in the offering choice.