Tag: Messianic Jewish Fellowship
Yom Kippur Sunday, 6:30pm September 27, 5781/2020
Join us in person or online. For more info, or to RSVP: (928) 580-6285
What Gives with All the Giving?
Come discover with us. Discuss Parasha Vayakhel this Friday, March 1st. Info: 928-580-6285
Delve, Discuss, Do
Reading this week from David Stern’s “Restoring The Jewishness of The Gospel; A Message for Christians: start on page 32 second paragraph; stop on page 34 at the end of point number 3. Questions: 1) What are some verses from the Tanakh (Old Testament) that prove God will fulfill His promises to Israel? 2) Why…
Tonight, Let’s Talk
Reconciliation, final words about Yom Kippur. Togetherness, preparing for Sukkot. Parasha Study Planning Call for Location Info: 928-580-6285
Join the discussion Friday, August 31st as we delve into what Messianic Judaism is and how it affects our lives in Messiah. Questions encouraged. More Info: 928-580-6285
Catch us Tonight, or…
Catch us tonight, or again on August 31st. We’ll be on summer break in-between. Stay cool!
What is Messianic Judaism?
Why does Messianic Judaism matter, and what does it have to do with Christians? We are exploring these questions in our current study using David H. Stern’s book, Restoring The Jewish of The Gospel. Call 928-580-6285, or email email@example.com to reserve your seat at the discussion table.
Even Lions Need Rest
Rest is what Shabbat is all about. We rest. We trust in God to provide for us (with no help from us). It’s one day. Let’s greet Shabbat together. Champion Church nursery room 6:30pm – 8:30pm Fridays 3625 S Avenue 5 E Yuma, AZ Call 928-580-6285 for more information
T’fillin – Phylacteries
What are they, and why do people wear them? Find out tomorrow, 11-6-15, at 6:30 PM at Champion Church, 3625 S Avenue 5 E, Yuma AZ., in the children’s nursery room. Discussion format. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Erev Shabbat Friday, October 9, 2015
This Friday evening we we will present options for studies to take up after we finish the Jewish customs. Next week, we will be learning about mikveh, widely known as baptism. Bring a nosh (optional)