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Join Phoenix Seminary for a meaningful Good Friday Breakfast experience as we reflect on the ultimate sacrifice of Jesus and the profound love He demonstrated for us on the cross. This is a time for contemplation, worship, and renewal. It is an opportunity to come before the Lord and remember the significance of this powerful moment in our faith. Phoenix Seminary would love to celebrate this day with you and share with you some exciting things God is doing through the work and ministry of the Seminary.

We will also hear from former Major League Pitcher, Dave Dravecky. Dave will share that through faith alone in Jesus Christ we find forgiveness for our sin. He will take us on the journey to find his worth as a man which came through a Biblical perspective of suffering which leads to the ultimate hope found only in Christ. "...since he did this once for all when he offered up himself." Hebrews 7:27 ESV

Date

Good Friday, April 7, 2023

Time

Doors Open: 7:30a.m.
Breakfast: 8:00a.m. - 9:30a.m.

Location

Arizona Biltmore Resort
2400 E Missouri Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, 85016
**Free Self Parking & Valet Available**

Cost

$625 per table* / $75 per individual seat (FMV per seat $50)

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