Reflect, Repent, Reconcile, Remember, Rejoice

And the Lord spoke to Moses saying,“Speak to the Children of Israel, and say to them: The Feasts of the Lord, which you shall proclaim to be holy convocations, these are My feasts.” Leviticus 23:1

The Feast of Trumpets, also known as Rosh Hashanah, celebrates the new year in Christ. It is believed that God created the world during this time. On this day, a shofar or trumpet is blown to mark the beginning of ten days called the “High Holy Days” or “Days of Awe.” The blowing of the trumpet serves as a “wake-up” call to honor God as King, to remember His goodness and His faithfulness to His people, and to reveal and awaken the conscience and soul of His people. The High Holy Days consist of 10 days of repentance, reflection, and restoration. This period ends on the Day of Atonement.

The Feast of Trumpets will begin at sundown, September 25 and end at sundown, September 26.

The Worship Celebration will be held virtually, on Sunday, September 25 at 9:30 AM. All believers are to bring a special sacrificial offering.

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