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October 5, 2022 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
There is no morning service, but the Synagogue will be open for prayer.
Neilah service will begin at 5:pm, followed by a break fast oneg. Please bring a dish to share.
For Messianic believers today, Yom Kippur can be a day of profound blessing in at least 5 ways. (1) It is a Sabbath on which to assemble before God and commemorate Yeshua’s atonement. (2) We can fast and receive the grace of personal repentance and renewed intimacy with God. (3) It is a day to offer Him our genuine, joyful sacrifice of praise. (4) Intercession for the salvation of Israel (and others) is highly appropriate on Yom Kippur. (5) Celebrating the promise of Yeshua’s return and hope of His coming is perfect for Yom Kippur! (news.kehila.org)