Holy Days


Messianic Jewish Lifestyle also consists of observance of all

Levitical Holy Days called in Hebrew Moadim. These are found and

described in Leviticus 23.  These include:



Hebrew Name




Yeshua’s Death

Unleavened Bread

Chag ha Matzot

Yeshua’s Burial

First Fruits

Omer Raysheet

Yeshua’s Resurrection

Feast of Weeks


The Giving of the

Holy Spirit

Feast of Trumpets

Rosh Hashana

(Jewish New Year)

The Rapture

Day of Atonement

Yom Kippur

Israel’s Day of Atonement

Feast of Tabernacles


Yeshua’s Dwelling with us

2016 High Holy Days Services

Oct. 2nd
Erev Rosh Hashanah Service - Sunday evening – 6:30pm                              
Oct. 3rd
Rosh Hashanah Service Monday morning – 9:30am
Tashlich Service – Monday afternoon - 2:00pm

Oct. 11th
Kol Nidre Service - Tuesday evening – 6:30pm
Oct 12th
Yom Kippur Service - Wednesday morning - 9:30am
Yom Kippur Concluding Service - Wednesday evening – 6:00pm
Break the Fast - Wednesday evening – 6:30pm                                                  

Sukkah Dedication Service - Sunday evening – 6:30pm                                 
Oct. 17th
Traditional 1st Day of Sukkot Service - Monday morning – 8:30am

Oct. 24th
Traditional Shemini Atzeret Service - Monday morning – 8:30am                           

Simchat Torah Service - Monday evening – 7:00 pm

Both regular and traditional services are held in observance of all

appointed festival days.  Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. 

Call or visit our office to speak with Pastor Berg for more information and

detail concerning the Holiday services and times scheduled

throughout the calendar year.