Evangelical Christians observe a weekly or monthly Lord's Supper (also known as the Eucharist or Communion in some denominations) whereas Messianics tend only to observe the annual Passover or Pesach Feast. Did the Lord's Supper 'evolve' out of, and replace, the Passover Meal or did the first believers observe and practice both? Find out in this section.
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