Yom Kippur - Day of Atonement - Sept 27-28

Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is considered the most holy day in the entire Biblical year. It features prayer and fasting from sundown on Sunday, Sept. 27 through sundown on Monday, Sept. 28.

As God's church, we are part of a bigger story that goes back to the very beginning. Israel's story is also part of our story. However, if we don't understand the teachings and practices of the Old Testament and the people of God, we are missing out. It's like knowing our immediate family and our grandparents without ever understanding the bigger genealogical history. Understanding our spiritual heritage is important. Experiencing a taste of the "High Holy Days" is one way to do this.

Sunday, Sept. 27 - 6:00 pm
Starting Reflective Prayer and Fasting
Attend live (in-person) –or– online (live-streaming)
Monday, Sept 28 - 7:00 am to 6:00 pm
You may come to the Auditorium at your convenience for dedicated, personal prayer at various reflective stations. Come and go as you wish (no registration needed).

Monday, Sept. 28 - 6:30-6:55 p.m.
Closing Prayer Session - Online (live-streaming) only
Join us online for reflective thoughts as we prepare to break our fast.

In his book, God's Appointed Times: A Practical Guide for Understanding and Celebrating the Biblical Holy Days, Barney Kasdan provides a practical guide for understanding and celebrating these celebrations. The Biblical Holy Days teach us about the nature of God and His plan for mankind. This book includes historical background, traditional Jewish observance, New Testament relevance, and offers prophetic significance.

God bless you as you dedicate yourself to this time with Him.
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