Last night was our family Seder. It was a wonderful evening, but we all really missed Janet, who is suffering from a brain tumor. In years past we've missed Emily and Edwin and Essie, when they were all studying and working in David in Chriqui, but this year they were able to attend.
I know that some churches hold a Seder on Maundy Thursday, and I understand the thinking behind that, but I prefer to participate in a Seder at home with family, as that is an important aspect of the Seder. Personally, I wouldn't hold a Seder at a Christian church anymore than I would preside at a Eucharist in a synagogue, but that's just me.
Here are some photos of the evening.
Easter Vigil at San Cristóbal this evening, then Sunrise Service at 6:00 am tomorrow and la Misa Pascual a las 10:30 am.
Emily and Essie welcome the Sabbath
Why is tonight different from any other night? Parsley in salt water; 'sup with that?
Finding our way through that Haggadah