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This Week At Beth David

Citadel of David

Citadel of David – Jerusalem, Israel 

“Oh how abundant is Your goodness, which You have stored up for those who fear You, which You do for those who take refuge in You, before people’s very eyes.”
Psalm 31:10

Hanukkah 12/2-10/2018

First candle Sunday night

OTC IS BACK!

Tuesday ~ 12/27/18 ~ 6:30pm

Continuing our studies of the life and ministry of Yeshua and the writings of the apostolic leaders of the first century.

TONIGHT: Bring your Hanukkiahs and candles to share the light of the season together.

(OTC classes are available on Livestream)

Shabbat Morning Schedule ~ 12/8/18

Worship with Praise and Prayer ~ 9:00am

Celebrate Hanukkah with us this morning! Bring your Hanukkiahs, candles
and seasonal treats for our fellowship time

Worship with Torah Study & Teaching ~ 10:00am -12:30pm

Parashah 10 Mikketz (At the end)
Torah: B’rsheet (Genesis) 41:1-44:17
Haftarah: M’lakim Alef (1Kings) 3:15-4:1
B’rit Hadashah: Acts 7:9-16

(Click here for PDF worksheet Mikketz)

Check out our website for new study materials coming soon!

From the Torah: The dreams of Pharaoh and the elevation of Yoseph
From the Haftarah: The wisdom of Shlomo (Solomon)
From the B’rit Hadeshah: The patriarchs hatred of their brother Yoseph

(Shabbat Worship and Torah study are available on Livestream)
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Upcoming Holidays & Events For Your Calendar

12/2 ~ 10/2018 ~ Hannukah ~

12/8/18 ~ Rosh Chodesh Tevet ~

* All Rosh Chodesh celebrations will be held the Shabbat prior to the new moon they do not fall on a Shabbat. We will have an extended time of praise reports and testimonies.
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Shabbat Worship & Torah Study are held in the “Upper Room” in St. James Zoe Eden Hall. Enter through the west door and go up the stairs. Dress is casual. Coffee is provided. Brunch items to share are always welcome.

* In sensitivity to those who maintain a biblically kosher diet, we respectfully request no pork or shellfish be brought to congregational meals. Thank You for your understanding and cooperation. (See Romans 14)