Please join us as we commemorate Yom Kippur.
Childcare will be provided
No Tickets Necessary!
Because Yom Kippur is a fast day, there will be no refreshments.
Yom Kippur/Day of Atonement
Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement), the holiest day of the year, is a day of fasting, prayer and making teshuva (repentance) as we prepare ourselves for the coming of The Lord. We forgive and we seek forgiveness as we enter into a deeper relationship with our King, Yeshua. This is the wedding phase of our Bridegroom, Yeshua.
Then as the prophets had foretold, God sent His Son, Maran Yeshua the Messiah to be the final offering for sin. When Maran Yeshua died on the tree, His death provided an atonement once and for all. Therefore, believers in Maran Yeshua can rejoice on Yom Kippur that we have the assurance of forgiveness of sin.
The Day of Atonement has many special customs, including: Fasting, Kol Nidre (the eve of Yom Kippur), Yizkor, a special prayer at noon, and the blowing of the shofar.
Leviticus 16:31, 23:27-32
Yom Kippur Date: 10 Tishrei