Here is how to do the Kiddish
For the Bread: The leader states: "We will all
partake of the bread symbolizing Christ's body. All please rise, with
1.) Each person "standing up"
holding up a 1 inch piece of The Bread in their right hand lifted toward Heaven,
facing Jerusalem, saying:
"Thanks and Praise be to You, O Father, our God,
King of the Universe, who provides bread for us, from the earth. Thank you, Lord
for the meaning and symbolism which this bread represents, the beaten, bruised
and torn body of our Lord Jesus Christ, Yeshua Ha'Moshiach, who said on the
night before his Death:
'I am the bread of life, and whoever eats of Me
will live forever.'
And on the last night before His death, He told
Take, eat, this is My Body: Do this in
remembrance of Me.
And so , Father, we partake of this bread
remembering our Lord Jesus Christ Yeshua, and the price He paid for our sins. By
doing this, as often as we do it, we proclaim His death, till He arrives, and
our acceptance of, and our honouring of, His sacrifice for us. In His name we
You then have 1 minute of reflective silence thinking about the 2 terrible whippings and Christ's bruised, torn body, the whippings He took in your place.
The leader after this one minute, then states:
"We will now partake of the Wine".
2.) Each person "standing up"
holding up their wine glass (with at least 1 ounce of wine in their glass), the
glass in their right hand lifted toward Heaven, facing Jerusalem, saying:
"'Thanks and Praise to You, O Lord God, our
Father, who gives us all our sustenance of water, air, warmth, food, and the
fruit of the vine. Thank you Lord for showing us the meaning of partaking of
this wine, as a symbol of the shed blood of Jesus Christ, Yeshua our Messiah,
who poured out His blood to cover our sins, and who said on the night before His
death on the stake: 'Drink ye all of it, for this is the blood of the New
Testament, which is shed for many for the remission of sins';
'Do this, as often as ye drink it, in remembrance
So, Father, we drink of it now, in remembrance of
the shed blood of Christ, knowing that as often as we do this, we proclaim and
recognize His great sacrifice and proclaim His death till He arrives, and we
acknowledge Him as our Saviour and Redeemer. In Yeshua's name. Amen".
You drink the wine all at once in one gulp, and
then have one minute of reflective silence, thinking how Christ bled to death on
the stake in your place.
You imbibe/drink the above glass of wine in
this manner: "Do this as often as ye
drink it" during each crescent moon evening meal, as
the crescent moon meal is a regular special
celebration meal monthly for Christians, and during the celebration meal, you
have this tribute/rememberance of Yeshua, who died in your place.
That is why the Bible states: "Do this
as often as ye drink it", meaning when
you drink wine with/during your monthly crescent moon
meal, be sure to remember Yeshua, and not just be eating and drinking
The leader after this one minute of
silence, then introduces the start of the Kiddish meal, by saying: "All please
Be sure to:
1.) Speak of how you left spiritual Egypt
during the evening meal, and
2.) be sure to end your evening with a
The Obedient Church of God.