- Reconciliation, final words about Yom Kippur.
- Togetherness, preparing for Sukkot.
- Parasha Study Planning
Rosh Hashanah begins Sunday, October 2nd.*
Yom Kippur begins Tuesday, October 11th.
Sukkot begins Sunday, October 16th.*
NOTE: The Fall Festivals occur on days we don’t normally meet. *RSVP required 2 weeks in advance:
Hanukkah begins Saturday, 12/24/16 (ends Saturday, 12/31/16)
NOTE: Since Hanukkah conflicts with Christmas and New Year’s this year, we will celebrate on Friday, December 30th. RSVP required by Monday, December 19th:
Tonight, and on March 25th, we will meet at:
Yuma First Assembly
3000 S. Avenue B, Yuma, AZ
6:30PM to 8:30PM.
And our first of two Purim Play practices is tonight!
You are invited to join us for our Passover Seder & Pot Luck Dinner.
It’s less than two weeks away!
When: Monday, April 14, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
(Set-up time: 5:00 p.m.)
Where: Yuma First Assembly of God Church, 3000 S. Avenue B, Yuma, AZ
Who: Everyone is welcome, but reservations are required.
RSVP with the number of adults and children who will be attending with you.
Childcare will not be available.
RSVP: 782-8232 Sign-up is requested for pot-luck, set-up, and clean-up
Purim is on my mind. Purim means “lots” and refers to the casting of lots to determine the day on which the evil Haman, chief minister of King Ahasuerus, would have the Jewish people in the land of Persia (present day Iran) destroyed.
Build your Purim vocabulary using these flashcards, courtesy of Jewish Education Center of Cleveland: http://tinyurl.com/q2kffwe