Wonderful Rest

Let the last thought in the last sentence soak in:

God blessed the seventh day and separated it as holy; because on that day God rested from all his work which he had created, so that it itself could produce.

-Genesis 2:3 (CJB)

“… so that it ITSELF could produce!”

As I enter into Shabbat I too can, and must, let my fertile ground in rest produce that which the Father of all creation has planted to be a blessing to all who eat of it, a blessing for His name and for His kingdom. What a wonder; in my rest, He is productive. #WondersFromTorah

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Catch us Tonight, or…

Catch us tonight, or again on August 31st. We’ll be on summer break in-between. Stay cool!

Day Trip to KA San Diego!

Shalom! We will be visiting KA San Diego one week from this Saturday! Therefore, we will not be meeting on Friday the 22nd of June. We encourage you to make this day trip with us so you can get to know our home congregation and meet Rabbi Barney Kasdan. It’s always a fun day, with lunch at DZ Akins Jewish Deli and a visit to their Judaica gift store before heading back home. Call for more info: 928-580-6285

Address:

Kehilat Ariel Messianic Jewish Synagogue

5185 Acuna Street

San Diego, CA 92117

Services: 10:30am – 1pm Saturdays

Don’t Worry; Shabbat is on The Way!


Need rest? Greet Shabbat with us.

6:30pm-8:30pm Fridays (in the nursery room)

3625 S Avenue 5 E, Yuma AZ 85365

September 2014 Newsletter with High Holidays Schedule

K.A. Yuma Havurah September 2014 Newsletter page 1

K.A. Yuma Havurah September 2014 page 2

CLICK HERE FOR DOWNLOADABLE VERSION: KA Yuma Havurah Newsletter SEPT 2014

UPCOMING EVENTS:

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UPCOMING EVENTS:

1) Wednesdays
March 5th & 12th:
Purim play rehearsals
5.30PM – 6:00PM
Conversational Hebrew Group:
6:00PM – 7:00PM

2) Purim Play and Celebration
Sunday, March 16th 2:00PM
(Location TBA)

Invite family & friends to participate, whether as actors or audience. It’s going to be FUN! Joena & I are going to make Hamantaschen cookies

•Calling all hat makers! Hats will be our costumes for the play:

1. King’s crown
2. Queen’s crown
3. Haman’s three-cornered hat
4. The king’s messenger’s hat.
5. Mordechai’s hat.
6. Pretty scarfed, ornamented headdresses for the maidens.

I have the following hat-making materials: construction paper, scissors, felt markers, and a hot glue gun.

3) Shabbat Kickoff Fridays
6:00PM – 8:00PM
•Potluck/BYO
•Dance practice
•Bible study
(Location TBA)

CONTACT US:
KAyumahavurah@gmail.org