Posted on January 1, 2021 Posted By: Julie Tiedemann
I imagine many people are familiar with the term “Rosh Hashanah”, and some may know that it is the Jewish new year. It literally means “head of the year” or “beginning of the year. Rosh Hashanah does not begin on January 1st but actually begins on Monday, September 6th. Having said that, there are a number of important elements of Rosh Hashanah that speak to the start of our new year.
This Sunday we’ll be live-streaming a service at 9:30 Sunday morning, and Pastor Shaun will bring a few of these elements out – the Festival of Trumpets, Repentance, Yom Kippur – explaining what they are and how they impact us and our relationship with God. The Scripture text is Leviticus chapter 23 if you are able to read ahead.
Songs of Praise and Worship for Sunday morning:
All Things New Jesus Paid It All Way Maker Resurrecting
GoHEREfor the link to the live stream of the service (9:30 A.M).