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Join us as we host a special event commemorating the Feast of Tabernacles! This is an annual festival mentioned in Leviticus 23:33-44 that celebrates God's blessings, Grace, and sovereignty. Our theme this year is Overcomer. 1 John 5:5 tells us "Who is it that overcomes the world? Only the one who believes that Jesus is the Son of God." Join us as we celebrate the Father's feast by celebrating His Son, Yeshua, and the power of God that overcame sin…Find out more »
Join us for an exciting time on December 16 for our annual Hanukkah party. This year we are celebrating with a jampacked night of skating family fun. Registration is only eight dollars per person, with attendees five years old and younger being free. Registration includes state rental, skating, pizza, doughnuts, and a drink. Don’t skate? Neither do most of the people that are coming. It is a time for fellowship and fun, skating is the added benefit. See you there! …Find out more »
Join us on the evening of March 29th as we celebrate the event that changed the world; Passover. Traditionally, Passover has represented a Jewish tradition of remembering the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and His redeeming strength to end their slavery in Egypt. We also celebrate in remembering this Biblically recorded event. From remembering Moses and the plagues that hit Egypt, to the splitting of the Red Sea. As believers in Yeshua, however, we see an even greater significance…Find out more »
Join us on April 4th at 2 pm as we celebrate the day that changed creation, First Fruits. On this day, the King of creation proclaimed victory over death, sin, and the darkness of this world. Yeshua lives and we live out His victory daily!
First Fruits was the Biblical festival when the first of the barley harvest was waved before the Lord at the Temple (Lev 23:9-14). This was also the day we believe Jesus/Yeshua rose from the dead! Paul Himself makes emphasized this in the New Testament:
"1 Cor 15:20 But in fact Christ has been raised from the dead, the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep."
Join us for a time of worship, praise, fellowship, and JOY!