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Shabbat (aka Sabbath) Saturday

Shabbat (aka Sabbath)
Saturday - Festivals

From Friday Sundown to Saturday Sundown each week

Issac and Henaynei retire to honor G-d, rest and enjoy family this day.

As G-d has called it a day of rest for the Jewish people we stay at home unless there is an emergent or urgent medical need, or for mercy's sake.

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Pesakh - Passover Hebrew Calendar 5774; Gregorian Calendar 2014

Pesakh - Passover
Hebrew Calendar 5774; Gregorian Calendar 2014 - Festivals

Passover/Pesakh is a Shabbat. 

This year candle lighting is at 7:42p Monday evening and Havdalah is at 8:52p Wednesday evening.

First night Seder is held in the home at sundown - this year on April 14th

Second night Seder will be a community Seder - this year on April 15th

Stay tuned for details about what and where!

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Passover Community Seder April 15th, 2014 7:30p

Passover Community Seder
April 15th, 2014 7:30p - Festivals

We will be holding our annual Community Seder this year. 

Tuesday April 15th, 2014 - Candle lighting and Seder start 7:30p 

Location to be announced.

Please let us know in advance that you are coming so we make sure to set a place for you!

Please note: All Jewish people and/or those who are followers of Messiah are invited to attend. We humbly extend apologies, but due to G-d's Commandments in Scripture only those who are Jewish or followers of Messiah may attend.

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Purim - Celebration of Deliverance March 16th, 2014

Purim - Celebration of Deliverance
March 16th, 2014 - Festivals

Purim (Hebrew: "lots", from the word pur) is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people in the ancient Persian Empire from destruction in the wake of a plot by Haman, a story recorded in the Biblical Book of Esther (Megillat Esther).

Observed by the public reading of the Book of Esther. When the Names of Mordachai and Esther are spoken the listeners cheer loudly and as the name of Haman is read the listeners boo loudly so that the name is blotted out.

Usually also celebrated with a raucous play, often by the children, of the Book of Esther.

Special pastries called Hamentashen, "Haman's ears," are eaten and baskets of goodies are sent to friends.

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