Celebrate Shavuot with Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue

Celebrate Shavuot with Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue


SHAVUOT


Festival of Weeks, commemorates the giving of the Torah at Mount Sinai


Leviticus 23:15-21


The significance of this holy day, like most other Biblical festivals, can be largely understood byits name. In this passage the holy day is called Bikkurim (First Fruits), because it is a day of bringing first fruits as an offering to     G-D.


This holy day is better known by two other names. Jewish people know it as Shavuot (Weeks) because it occurs seven weeks after specific event (Deuteronomy 16:10). Greek-speaking Jews and many non-Jewish Christians called this day “Pentecost” (fiftieth) because it occurs fifty days after the given day (Leviticus 23:16). Shavuot is designated as a time of thanksgiving for the early harvest. G-D’s faithfulness in providing the early wheat harvest increases hopefulness for an abundant fall harvest (Sukkot). Giving thanks for present provision leads to faith for future addition. What a wonderful G-D we have! He provides all our needs through His riches in glory in Messiah (Philippians 4:19)!


 


Dates:


Sunset of June 8th through nightfall of June 9th, 2019


No Work Days:


Sunset of June 8th through nightfall of June 9th, 2019


Services:


Erev Shavuot Service: June 8th, 2019 at 6:30 pm


Shavuot Oneg will be after the Erev Shavuot Service. 


Customary to eat foods with Dairy and Cheese.


 


Shavuot Service: June 9, 2019 at  10:00 am







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