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This Week At Beth David

Citadel of David

Citadel of David – Jerusalem, Israel 

“Adonai, You have been our dwelling place in every generation.
Before the mountains were born, before You had formed the earth and the world,
from eternity past to eternity future You are God” Psalm 90:1-2

This Week:

4/23-6/10 Counting the Omer

5/22/24 3:00pm Intercessory Prayer
At Oak Hills. Have a prayer request? Contact Charlida!

5/22/24 ~Pesach Sheni
Second (opportunity) Passover

5/25/24 8:30am ~ Housekeeping/Setup
Set-up Saturday Morning before Service

5/25/24 Shabbat Morning Schedule
9:30am Congregational Worship, Prayer and Torah Service
10:30am Oneg Shabbat
11:00am Teaching and Discussion

Click here to join us via Livestream.

Parashah 32 Behar (On the Mountain)
Torah: Vayikra (Leviticus) 25:1-26:2
Haftarah: Yirmeyahu (Jeremiah) 32:6-27
B’rit Hadashah: Romans 11:16-36
Click Here for this week’s Study Guide: ** COMING SOON! **

Last week’s Study Guide: Parashah 31-2 Emor

(Shabbat Worship & Torah Service, Yeshiva are available live in person and on Livestream)

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Upcoming Holidays & Events For Your Calendar

4/23–6/10/24- Counting of the Omer

6/7/24 ~ Rosh Chodesh Sivan / Erev Shabbat
Women’s monthly pot luck dinner & fellowship
Location: Angie Stockcamp’s
Theme: A Time to Build

6/11/24 ~ Erev Shavuot
Celebrate the Feast of Weeks with us! This is a triple holiday commemorating 1) the giving of the Ten Commandments at Mt. Sinai, 2) the wheat harvest in Israel and 3) the ripening of first fruits in Jerusalem.

Pot luck dinner at Pat & Charlida Kemble’s home. Traditional foods for Shavuot include blintzes, honey cakes, cheesecake and other dairy foods that help us remember that Israel is called the land flowing with milk and honey.

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Shabbat Worship & Torah Service, Yeshiva, & OTC classes are held at Oak Hills Church, 1486 Tollhouse Road, Clovis, CA 93611. Dress code is respectfully informal. Coffee is provided, and brunch dishes (Shabbat Oneg) and snacks to share are welcome. (No pork or shellfish products, please.)