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This Week At Beth David

Citadel of David

Citadel of David – Jerusalem, Israel 

“Happy are the people who know the joyful shout! They walk in the light of Your presence, Adonai. They rejoice in Your Name all day and are lifted up by Your righteousness, for You yourself are the strength in which they glory.” Psalm 89:16-18a CJB

In memory of Jim Scott
February 1, 1941 – October 5, 2021

Sunday 9/25/2022 Erev Rosh  Hashanah

5pm – Potluck dinner and Shofar service at the Brummett’s

Bring: a dish to share, and a shofar!

Traditional symbolic foods include:
Apples & Honey = For a sweet new year
Round Challah =The cycle of life
Pomegranates = Our lives will be filled with good deeds
Carrots (rounds) or Black eyed peas = Hope that God will increase our merit
“New” (unfamiliar) fruit = To taste the newness of the year
Dates = The end of bad things & beginning of sweet
Leeks/chard/spinach = That those who wish to hurt us be cut off
Beets = That all evil will depart from us Gourd/squash/pumpkin= For the Lord to rip up any evil decree against us and our merits be announced before Him
Fish (w/head) = That God’s people be the head & not the tail

Have fun preparing!!!

Monday 9/26/2022 Rosh Hashanah Tashlikh

5:00pm Lost Lake – Carpool from Charlida’s; dinner together afterwards TBD

Tuesday 9/27/2022
4:00 pm Housekeeping and Setup
4:45 pm Intercessory Prayer – Meet Charlida in the Worship Center
6:30 pm Bible Study
Excavating the Temple service and sacrificial system. Tonight we will continue with “The Rubric of Torah Law”

Shabbat Morning Schedule 10/1/2022

9:00am Worship and Torah Service
10:30am Oneg Shabbat
11:00am Teaching and Discussion

Click here to join us via Livestream.

Parashah 52 ~ Vayelech (He went)
Torah: D’varim (Deuteronomy) 31:1-30
Haftarah: Hoshea (Hosea) 14:2-10; Mikhah (Micah) 7:18-20; Yo’el (Joel) 2:15-27
B’rit Hadashah: Romans 11:13-36

Click here for a study guide for Parashah 52 Vayelech

From the Torah – Be strong, be bold, don’t be afraid or frightened
From the Haftarah – He will restore and His people will never be shamed again
From the B’rit Hadashah – All Israel will be saved

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

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

10/5/22 Yom Kippur ~ 6:00pm
Break-fast pot luck dinner at the Brummett’s
Please bring soups, salads, or finger foods

10/9-16/22 Sukkot~ 5:00pm
We will formally meet together to celebrate the first & last nights of Sukkot 10/9 & 10/16 with a pot-luck dinner in the Brummett’s sukkah. If you would like to open your sukkah to guests on another night during the week let Dawn know!

10/22/22 ~ New Torah Cycle Begins!
Join us for our 15th year of Torah study with all new study guides! We are excited to announce that this year we will embark upon a three year parashah cycle that will give us the opportunity to dig even deeper into God’s word!

New service times beginning October 22:
Worship & Torah Service: 9:30-10:30am
Oneg: 10:30-11am
Yeshiva: 11:00am-12:00pm

10/25/22 ~ Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan 6:00pm
Ladies dinner & fellowship night. Location TBA
Theme: A Time to Seek – Finding God in empty spaces

11/28/22 ~ (For) Rosh Chodesh Kislev 6:00pm
Ladies dinner & fellowship night
Bring your Hanukkiah! Location TBA
Theme: A Time to Remember – Recalling the bravery and light of Judith

12/18-26/22 ~ Hanukkah

12/20/22 ~ (For) Rosh Chodesh Tevet 6:00pm
Ladies dinner & fellowship night – Location TBA
Theme: A Time to be Silent; A Time to Speak
Our kavanah (intention) in prayer

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