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Join the Great Awakening International and Great Awakening Assembly - Indy in Potawatomi Inns & Cabins, Lake James, Angola, IN for Passover 2021 March 26-28, 2021. Passover 2021 includes

  • Interactive communal Seder Meal and Worship Event
  • Engaging sessions led by leading Hebrew Voices
  • Workshops
  • Live and Interactive HeBros Panel Discussion
  • Live and Interactive Voices of Zaqen Panel Discussion
  • Live Moreh Roundtable Panel Discussion
  • Live Morah Roundtable Panel Discussion
  • Recreational Activities
  • Sabbath Gathering
  • Night of Worship
  • Great Fellowship

Enjoy a rare opportunity to spend time learning and exploring this Holy Day with a diverse mix of people from around the country. Our communal Seder meal will be led by engaging, scholarly Hebrew leaders. Throughout the weekend there a number of worship services, fellowships, programs, immersions and activities to choose from. Families from all over will gather together with us to create a marvelous extended family and community. Registration price is $309 per person and $109 for ages 4-10.

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VENUE

Passover 2021 will be held at  Potawatomi Inn Resort and Conference Center Inn at Pokagon State Park! Experience nature at its finest at Potawatomi Inn Resort and Conference Center. We will observe this Moedim on the shores of beautiful Lake James, one of Indiana’s largest lakes. The Inn offers 126 guest rooms, 12 cabins, and a spacious 10,000 square-foot banquet and conference center. The Inn is located just 5 miles south of the Indiana/Michigan boarder off of I-69 near Angola, Indiana.

Pokagon State Park offers hiking trails, lake recreation, horseback riding, and the state's only quarter-mile dual track refrigerated toboggan run for winter fun.  Park construction began in 1926, and most work was completed by the the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) between 1934 and 1942. The park presently has 1,260 acres of woods and shoreline. The Inn first opened in 1927 and had expanded several times to include an indoor pool and convention center.

Potawatomi Inns & Cabins
6 Lane 100 A Lake James
Angola, IN 46703
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AIR TRAVEL

The closest major airport to Angola, Indiana is Fort Wayne International Airport, which is 60 miles from Potawatomi Inn. https://fwairport.com/
Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International airport is about 75 miles from Potawatomi  https://flyazo.com/
Indianapolis International Airport is 185 miles from Potawatomi Inn https://www.ind.com/

 

Please let us know, flight arrivals/departures if needing transportation from/to airport.
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REGISTRATION

Registration Fee:
  • $309.00 per person
  • $130.00 Commuter Fee (For those who will not be staying on the Potawatomi grounds a $130 Commuter fee per person will be charged. Friday & Saturday meals, Ceder Meal and workshops are included in this fee).
  • $109 Ages 4-10
  • Free for Ages 3 & Under

Registration fee includes a 3 day and 3-night sleeping accommodations, all meals, snacks, and activities.
Your registration includes the following:
  • Sleep in Cabin or Room
  • Worship Sing-alongs
  • Workshops
  • Biblical Teachings
  • Friday and Saturday Meals
  • Bonfires under the stars
  • Swimming /Recreational Activities
  • Live and Interactive HeBros Panel Discussion
  • Live and Interactive Voices of Zaqen Panel Discussion
  • Live Moreh Roundtable Panel Discussion
  • Live Morah Roundtable Panel Discussion
  • Recreational Activities
  • Great Fellowship
  • Sabbath Gathering
  • Interactive Formal Seder Meal
  • Workshops

 

Complete the Registration Form at the bottom of this page.

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PESACH 2021 SCHEDULE

Friday March 26, 2021
• 8:00-10:00am Planning committee Arrival, Registration set up
• 10:00am-12:00pm Attendees Arrival and Registration
• 10:00-12:00pm Workshops 
• 12:00-1:00pm Lunch (participants are responsible for this meal)
• 1:00-3:00pm Morah Roundtable
• 3:00-4:00pm Free time
• 4:00-5:00pm Guest Room check-in
• 5:00-6:00pm Dinner and Fellowship
• 6:00-7:00pm Praise & Worship
• 7:30-9:30pm Hebro’s Roundtable

Saturday March 27, 2021
• 8:00-9:45am Breakfast and Fellowship
• 10:00-12:00pm Sabbath Gathering 
• 12:00-1:00pm Lunch
• 1:00-3:00pm Moreh Roundtable
• 3:00-5:00pm Free time
• 5:00-6:00pm Doors open for Dinner
• 6:00-10:00pm Pesach Seder Meal/Banquet (Please wear your formal Hebraic Attire)

Sunday March 28, 2021
• 7:00-8:00am Immersions
• 8:00-9:45am Breakfast and Fellowship (participants are responsible for this meal)
• 10:00am-12:00pm Workshops
• 12:00-1:00pm Lunch (participants are responsible for this meal)
• 1:00-2:00pm Workshops
• 2:00-3:00pm Workshops
• 3:00-5:00pm  Zaqen Roundtable
• 5:00-6:00pm Dinner/Fellowship (participants are responsible for this meal)
• 7:00-9:00pm Night of Worship & Exhortation

Monday March 29, 2021
9:00am Corporate Prayer
11:00am Checkout/Departure
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LODGING

All participants of Passover 2021 will be staying in rooms or cabins. 

Historic Two Double Rooms
Our twenty rooms with two double beds are in the historic section. Cots and cribs are not available for these rooms.

Historic One Double Rooms
Our eighteen rooms with one double bed are in our historic section. Please note that cots and cribs are not available for these rooms.

Queen Rooms
Our 71 two-queen rooms are located either in Horseshoe or our Hoosier wings of the Inn.

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DINING

Meals are normally served buffet style in the facility’s dining room which overlooks our spacious grounds. However, due to COVID restrictions, ALL MEALS WILL BE SERVED ON A TRAY. We will accommodate all types of special dietary needs. Vegan and Vegetarian meals available upon request. Upon finishing, Participants and their families are asked to place their trays on the carts provided.” Potawatomi Inn's Historic Dining Room, built in 1927, serves fresh home-style meals. 

HOURS
Breakfast: 8-10:30 a.m.
Lunch: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Dinner: 5-8 p.m.

MENU

 

Friday March 26, 2021
DINNER -Mexican Fiesta Dinner Buffet 
Served from Stillwater Lounge
Seasoned Shredded Chicken
Taco Meat- Beef
Carne Asada
Mexi Rice
Refried Beans
Sauteed Peppers & Onions
Warm Tortillas (Soft & Hard)
Chips & Salsa
Lettuce
Tomatoes
Jalapenos
Shredded Cheese
Guacamole
Salsa
Sour Cream
Pico De Gallo
Dessert Choice of 
Tres Leches Cake with Strawberries -or- Churros Dipped in Chocolate
Water
Coffee
Iced Tea

DINNER Mexican Fiesta Dinner Buffet Child (4-10)

VEGAN DINNER
Green Chili Rice with Black Beans
Brown Rice with Poblano Peppers, Green Chiles, Cilantro and 
Spinach
Butternut Squash and Black Bean Enchiladas- Vegan tortilla filled with 
roasted butternut squash, black beans topped with enchilada sauce, red 
onion,
fresh cilantro and avocado.

DESSERT Ice Cream 

VEGAN DESSERT
Blueberry Crumble Bars

Saturday March 27, 2021
BREAKFAST Rise & Shine Plated Breakfast 
Egg, Turkey & Cheese Biscuit Sandwhich
Fresh Fruit Cup
Orange Juice
Coffee (Regular & Decaf)
Water

BREAKFAST Rise & Shine Plated Breakfast Child (4-10)

VEGAN BREAKFAST Plated
Vegan Breakfast Casserole
Fresh Fruit Cup
Orange Juice
Coffee (Regular & Decaf)
Water

LUNCH Soup, Bread & Potato Bar
Four Chef Choice Soups
Assorted Breads
Fresh Hot Baked Potatoes
Shredded Cheese
Diced Onions
Nacho Cheese
Sliced Jalapenos
Sour Cream
Salsa
Guacamole
Seasonal Cobbler

LUNCH Soup, Bread & Potato Bar Child (4-10)

VEGAN LUNCH Soup & Potato Bar
Served from Stillwater Lounge
Tuscan Vegetable Soup, Tomato Basil Soup
Steamed Broccoli and Cauliflower
Fresh Hot Baked Potatoes
Shredded Cheese
Diced Onions
Sliced Jalapenos
Salsa
Guacamole
Water
Coffee
Iced Tea

SEDER MEAL
Interactive communal Seder Meal & Banquet: Place at each Banquet Table 
Plated Naked Seasoned Lamb Chops or Shanks
Small Plate with grated Horseradish and Parsley Sprig
(1) Baskets and (1) plates of Matzah each
(1) Bowl of Salt Water
(1) Bowl of Plain Water
Kosher Grape Juice Bottle

DINNER
Herb Roasted Chicken Plated
Seasoned Bone-in Chicken Oven Roasted with Fresh Herbs
(1) Choice Salad
(1) Vegetable
(1) Starch
*No Bread/Assorted Rolls*

DINNER Herb Roasted Chicken Plated Child (4-10)

VEGAN DINNER Plated
Herb Roasted Portobello Mushrooms
(1) Choice Salad
(1) Vegetable
(1) Starch
*No Bread/Assorted Rolls*
Seasonal Fresh Fruit Individually Plated
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JOIN US VIRTUALLY FOR THE SEDER MEAL & EVENT

 

Can't make it to Passover 2021 and want to join us for the Seder Meal Virtually? 

We will be live streaming for families that would like to join us for this year’s Pesach Seder Meal (only) online using Zoom Video Conferencing, YouTube, and Facebook on March 27, 2021, from 6:00-10:00 pm. Many from all over the world are expected to join the Great Awakening to observe Passover Seder Meal remotely in this unprecedented time. This year, we ask you and your families to join us and other families around the world for a virtual Passover Seder Meal and Banquet Experience of a lifetime. This year, more than ever, we need to be together with our families around the table, drawn together by personal connections and reflecting on what our ancestors overcame as they came out of Egypt. Your friends and extended family are invited to join in, too!

This won’t be an ordinary Passover Experience. The Interactive Virtual Seder Meal will give you and your family the opportunity to actively participate.  

 

How to Connect with Us?

On March 27, 2021, at 6:00pm, you can access the following outlets to connect with us in three different ways to experience Passover 2021:
 
Click here for ZOOM Instructions as to how to download Zoom onto your computer, smart device or tablet.
 
Interactive Meal Programs
 
Saturday, March 27, 2021, 6:00 pm Communal Seder Meal Passover Celebration:
Our Communal Seder Meal Passover Celebration will be led by Dr. Michael and Sandra Laws. Click here for the Seder Program Guide for you to follow along with us via Zoom, Facebook or YouTube. The Seder Program will also be conveniently displayed on the screen during the event. The program is expected to last at least 70 minutes.

In preparation for the Seder celebration, it is customary to remove all leaven (chametz) from our homes (Exodus 12:15, 19). As a result, the removal of leaven signifies the attitude of penitence, the willingness to remove any corrupting influence in our lives and submit to YHVH in obedience. As the Hebrews prepared for the exodus by obeying the commands of YHVH through Moses, so in removing the chametz, we symbolize our willingness to obey YHVH in preparation for celebrating the deliverance he has already brought to His people. We have included a list of Types of Leavening Agents to get out of your home and a list of Foods You Can Eat during the 7 days of Passover.

In order to fully participate in the Seder Meal and Passover Celebration, below are a few things that you should have in your possession. On the table is a Seder Plate, representing traditional items that depict the Hebrew deliverance from slavery. These are required items:
  1. Seder plate:
  • Zaroah – Shank bone of the lamb represents the Passover Lamb
  • Matzah – Unleavened Bread (the Bread of Affliction)
  • Maror – Bitter Herbs (Horseradish)
  1. You will also need a kosher or unfermented wine.
  • Kosher Wine
  1. Other traditional items on the Seder table are:
  • Salt Water
  • Parsley
  • Candles
  1. Traditional Unleavened Meal to eat after the celebration
The elements on the Seder plate are traditionally used as representations to assist us with retelling the story of the exodus. They will incorporate the use of all our senses; sound, sight, taste, touch, and smell. These items will serve to remind us that we are to guard our gateways so that we do not fall back into bondage. We have included a brief Video on The Arrangement of the Seder Plate by Dr. Michael Laws.

 

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WHY DO WE CELEBRATE PASSOVER ON MARCH 26 AND THE FEAST ON MARCH 27TH?

The Passover season is upon us for 2021.  Many of us are wondering when do we celebrate the Seder meal?  There are several calendars and all of them agree that Passover is on the 26th day of March, 2021.  Most of the Gregorian calendars indicate that Passover is on the 26th day of March.  Most of them also indicate that there is a full moon the night of the 26th of March.  However, they fail to mention that a day in the Bible goes from evening to evening.  Consequently, Passover begins after evening on the 26th and ends on the 27th of March.  On every Passover, there is a full moon. Below is a detail explanation.

  1. In order to get the right dates, it is best to go back to the evening of the 12th of March which is the “New Moon.” 
  2. If you count 14 evenings later, you arrive at the evening of the 26th day of March as the “Eve / beginning” of the day of Passover.
  3. The Hebrew day goes from evening to evening.
  4. Passover ends on the evening of the 27th of March which is Saturday.
  5. Once the Passover ends at 6:00 on the 27th, the Feast of Unleavened Bread begins which is when we conduct the Sedar meal according to Scripture.
  6. Leviticus 23:5 indicates that on the 14thday of Abib at twilight is YHVH’ s Passover. 
  7. The 14thof Abib begins this year after 6:00 on March 26th.
  8. The end of the 14thday of Abib/Passover is on the 27th of March at 5:59 pm.
  9. Remember, the lamb had to be killed at evening or twilight on Passover.
  10. If Passover begins at 6:00pmon Friday the 26th of March, the killing of the lamb and the Crucifixion would have to occur between 12:00 and 3:00 on the 27th of March.
  11. The key is from evening to evening.  The Hebrew day begins after 6:00 pm going into the night for 12 hours.
  12. The day or “Boqer” begins at 6:00 am and is counted by hours. 9:00 is the 3rd hour12:00 is the 6th hour and 3:00 pm is the 9th hour.
  13. See John 11:9 Yahusha answered, “Are there not twelve hours in a day?..... (from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm)
  14. 27:45 Now from the sixth hour until the ninth hour there was darkness over all the land.  46. And about the ninth hour Yahusha cried out with a loud voice, saying Eli, Eli, lam sabachthani? That is “My God, My God, why have You forsaken me?
  15. In conclusion, Passover begins this year on the 26thof of March in the evening and ends on March 27th at 5:59 pm.
  16. This is confirmed also by all calendars which indicate a full moon on the night of the 26thof March which is also the 14th of Abib.
  17. Passover is always on the 14thof Abib to begin at evening.
  18. The next day after 6:00 pm on March 27thbegins the Feast of Unleavened Bread (15th of Abib) which is the time of the Sedar meal.
Again, we look forward to seeing you and your family as we come together from all over the world to observe Passover in person or remotely using Zoom Video Conferencing, YouTube and Facebook on March 26-28, 2021.
Should you have any additional questions or concerns please contact us at greatawakening400@gmail.com
The Great Awakening
Encl:
  1. Seder Program Guide
  2. Zoom Instructions Guide
  3. Video of the Seder Plate
  4. Revised Flyer
  5. Types of Leavening Agents
  6. Types of Food You Can Eat
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