CELEBRATING AN AUTHENTIC PASSOVER SEDER PARTICIPANT'S EDITION *E-BOOK*
A Haggadah for Home and Church
Joseph M. Stallings
64 pages, 5˝" × 8˝"
(see download instructions below)
By popular demand, a participant's edition has been excerpted from Stallings' original leader's guide for celebrating an authentic Passover seder. With the participant's edition, guests can easily follow and participate in the seder. The author presents an authentic Jewish celebration for use in a Christian context. An easy-to-follow script works well for seders at home or at church. Follow-up with a separate agape that includes readings from the New Testament. The larger host's edition provides the leader with authentic recipes, diagrams and directions for setting the Passover table and many other preparation tips, while the participant's edition is formatted to print two pages per sheet, which makes a great participation aid and a fine keepsake for your guests. See also Celebrating an Authentic Passover Seder: Host's Edition
Purchase and Download Instructions:
To purchase CELEBRATING AN AUTHENTIC PASSOVER SEDER (PARTICIPANTS EDITION) *E-BOOK*, add it to your shopping cart above, and pay for your order by credit card. Click on the "DOWNLOAD" button on the order confirmation page to download the .pdf file and save it to a folder on your hard drive.
Once the e-book file is saved on your hard drive, you can open it as follows: From My Computer, or Windows Explorer, or My Documents, browse to the folder and double-click on the file named CAPSPH2booklet.pdf. This action should launch Adobe Reader. You will see the title of the book, and you will be able to navigate the entire book. Note that this file has been arranged for printing out on 8 1/2" by 11" sheets and folded and stapled into 5 1/2" by 8 1/2" booklets. If you prefer a format with consecutive pages, contact RPI customer service. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, it can be downloaded free of charge from www.adobe.com.
About the Author
Some years ago, Joseph M. Stallings went in search of his Christian roots and found his Jewish ones. A student of Passover customs and traditions ever since, he celebrates Passover every year with his family and has often been involved in preparing seders for local churches. Stallings has an advanced degree in theology from the Graduate Theological Union at the University of California, Berkeley.