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3319 N Golder Ave, Odessa, TX, United States

+1.432-557-1591

Join us for the Biblical Feasts! 

Yom Teruah

It is at once a joyous celebration and a time of solemn reflection. Originally a “memorial of blowing of trumpets,” The holiday provides us with an opportunity to make amends for past wrongs in preparation for Yom Kippur.


Joins us as we celebrate:

Friday August  30th 

Service and Baptisms begin at 2:00pm

Sukkot

Sukkot, the Feast of Booths, commonly goes by another name, “The Season of Our Joy,” for joy predominates on this holiday more than any other. Jewish people around the world construct sukkot (singular: sukkah), frail huts or booths that remind us of God’s provision and our dependence on Him. Sukkot is a memorial to remind us of the building of booths during our ancestors’ wanderings in the wilderness: “The Feast of Tabernacles was an annual reminder to the people that God is the Great Shepherd who has chosen to ‘tabernacle among them,’ to protect and bless them wherever they wander.”

Feast of UnLeaven Bread 

Immediately after the Passover comes a festival that depicts the next step in the fulfillment of God’s master plan. After God has forgiven us of our sins through Christ’s sacrifice, how do we continue to avoid sin, since we must go on living in newness of life? How do we live as God’s redeemed people? We find the answer in the remarkable symbolism of the Feast of Unleavened Bread., join us as we celebrate.

Pesach

Known by many as "Passover and The Lord's Supper". It commemorates the exodus of the God's people from slavery in Egypt as well as the death of our Savior Yeshua (Jesus). It is the day that the "Lamb was slain from the foundation of the World" Rev. 13:8 

Joins us as we celebrate:

Beginning Thursday  September 12th @ 8pm

all day, everyday till

Ending Friday September 20th @ 6pm

Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, is the holiest and most somber day of the year. Yom Kippur concludes the Ten Days of Awe that begin with Yom Teruah. Like Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur is a prospective holiday, when we prepare for the year ahead through fasting, repenance and confession.

 

Joins us as we celebrate:

Sunday September 8th 

Service at 2:00pm