Category Archives: Holy Days & Festivals

Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)

Today, 10/8, is the High Holy Day Yom Kippur, considered to be the holiest day of the year, closing out the Ten Days of Awe where the Books of Judgment stand open. We’re told to “afflict our souls” on this day, … Continue reading

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Yom Teruah Service Next Wednesday Night

The Feast of Trumpets, Yom Teruah (Tishrei 1), is this next Wednesday evening after sundown. We’ll be having a service at 6:00pm, followed by a meal and fellowship. There will be no class on Tuesday the 27th, but we’ll resume the … Continue reading

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Sukkot Planning @ Tonight’s Meeting

Just a head’s up to everyone that after tonight’s lesson, we’ll be rolling up our sleeves and getting to the first of several Sukkot planning sessions. Even if we keep a lot of free time in the schedule, it’ll still take … Continue reading

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Sukkot 2011 – Countdown to Big Work … er, I Mean Fun :-)

When it hit me today that we have just under four months for this, I reeled a bit. Events like Sukkot take planning IF we’re going to serve as a celebration base for others. When the Season of our Joy event was hosted at … Continue reading

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Shavuot Waving at Lake Murray This Sabbath

After the Torah teaching and lunch this upcoming Shabbat, there will be an early Shavuot waving and reading ceremony out at Lake Murray at Martin’s Landing.  Hope to see you all there! -J

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Scientist Claims “Last Supper” Was Not On Thursday

According to the article link below, Professor Colin Humphreys claims that Christians have been in error about the date historically recognized as “The Last Supper.” The article goes on to discuss how the Professor has determined a fixed date for Easter. If … Continue reading

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Free Passover Haggadah

James mentioned recently that we’d post a link here to a free Passover seder. I only got my hands on it this morning: http://www.messianicisrael.com/pdfs/ej82987/haggadah.pdf Better late than never. Hopefully … J

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