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The Moedim: HaShem's Appointed Times

The appointed times of Adonai, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, even these are my appointed times; they shall be a statue forever throughout your generations.

-Leviticus 23:2,31

Passover
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Religious Festival Symbols

At B'nai Yeshurun, we seek to keep appointments and celebrate the Feasts of Israel that have been given to us. In the celebrations we glorify Yeshua Messiah, because in them we find the signs of His covenants and coming redemption. We see a past, present and future view of what He did for us, what He is doing for us and what He will do for us.

Sabbath (7th Day)

Pesach (Passover)

Hag HaMatzah (Unleavened Bread)

Sh'vuot (Pentecost)

Yom Truah (Trumpets)

Yom Kippur (Atonement)

Sukkot (Tabernacles)

Note: Many minor feasts will be recognized throughout the year. These are for giving thanks or memorial for what Adonai has done for us in times past, with emphasis given for the enjoyment of the children. There are also events which focus on memorializing the people who have gone before us because of the attacks on our people.

And the Lord spoke unto Moses saying, "Speak unto the children of Israel and say to them 'The appointed times of the Lord, which you shall proclaim as a holy convocation (a rehearsal), even these are My appointed times.'"

-Leviticus 23:1-2

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