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This Week At Beth David

Citadel of David

Citadel of David – Jerusalem, Israel 

“Blessed is the man who trusts in Adonai;
Adonai will be his security.
He will be like a tree planted near water;
it spreads out it’s roots by the river;
it does not notice when when heat comes;
and its foliage is luxuriant;
it is not anxious in a year of drought
but keeps on yielding fruit.”
Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah) 17:7-84

Tuesday 6/8/2021

5:30pm: Setup and Housekeeping

6:30 pm OTC Bible Study: We are learning how to think “outside the box” as we study scripture content and context with methodological principles of Biblical interpretation that take us back past the church fathers (the box), to explore the Hebraic voice of the original writers. Tonight come in person, or on Zoom (Contact BDMC for log in information!)

6/10/21 ~ Rosh Chodesh Tamuz ~ 6:00pm
Ladies Night at Charlida Kemble’s home
1621 W. Vartikian, Fresno

Shabbat Morning Schedule ~ 6/12/2021
9am Worship and Torah Service
11am – 12:30pm Yeshiva – Teaching/Discussion
Click here to join us via Livestream.

Parashah 35 Korach (Korah)
Torah: B’midbar (Numbers) 16:1-18:32
Haftarah: Shmuel Alef (1 Samuel) 11:14-12:22
B’rit Hadashah: 2 Timothy 2:8-21; Jude 1-25
Click here for a study guide for Parashah Korach

From the Torah: Rebellion against Moshe and Aharon

From the Haftarah: The crowning of King Shaul

From the B’rit Hadashah: “Let everyone who claims to belong to the Lord
stand apart from wrongdoing.”

(Shabbat Worship & Torah Service, Yeshiva are available on Livestream)

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Upcoming Holidays & Events For Your Calendar
Please follow state & local guidelines regarding Covid-19

7/10/21 – Rosh Chodesh Av

8/8/21 – Erev Rosh Chodesh Elul

9/6/21~ Erev Rosh Hashanah
Erev Tishrei (New Moon)

9/7 & 8 Rosh Hashanah Days 1 & 2

9/16/21 ~ Yom Kippur

9/20 -28 SUKKOT

Shabbat Worship & Torah Service, Yeshiva, & OTC classes are held in the sanctuary of Soma Christian Church, 1519 Tollhouse Rd. Suite # 103 (Suite #103 is located the building behind the street-facing offices). Dress code is respectfully informal.