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LET MY PEOPLE GO TO THE TOWN HALL

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The name of Yeshua was proclaimed and lifted high in the heart of Jewish Melbourne when 450 people packed St Kilda Town Hall to celebrate the redemption from bondage of the Jewish people from Pharoah more than 3000 years ago. Many Jewish people heard for the first time that when Yeshua walked the earth around 1200 years after the Exodus, he was to become the Passover lamb who takes away the sin of the world, and be the redeemer for people of all nations, Jew and Gentile. Feedback from this year’s event was overwhelmingly positive, and the team effort of volunteers was characteristic of the unity in our Messianic community. In setting up the hall for the Seder, not-yet believing Israelis worked alongside Iranian believers as well as folks from many other nations and denominations. A successful Seder was also held at the Northridge Vineyard Fellowship in Sydney with around 180 people.

 
 

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