A celebration of the Christian Seder Meal, and reflections on key ancient Hebrew beliefs and traditions that hold the key to our understanding the original meaning of the Eucharistic words of Jesus. Fr. Alexander Ezechukwu, a Carmelite priest and a biblical scholar trained at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, will lead us in this enriching Christian Seder Meal with teachings, reflections and presiding. You can attend the seder meal online or in person. For in-person participation reservation need to be made by 28th February.

Seder Meal

Time: Wednesday 27th March at 5pm

Venue: Online / in person at Priory Oxford

Led By: Fr Alexander Ezechukwu, OCD

Meet our facilitator

Fr Alex Ezechukwu, OCD

Fr Alex Ezechukwu, OCD Fr Alex Ezechukwu, OCD is a Carmelite priest and serves as the prior of the Carmelite community at Boars Hill, Oxford. He holds a Licence in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute, Rome and an MPhil in Judaism and Christianity in the Graeco-Roman World from the University of Oxford.

Registration Details

You can choose to either attend as an online participant or in person.
If you opt for in person, please complete the attached form as we will need to know about dietary requirements.

In Person Seder Meal


Online Only


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