Messianic Fall Holidays – Sukkot


Messianic Sukkot – A holiday that teaches us about our Messiah The fall holidays are split into two different sets of holidays with two different themes. The first set of holidays are Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, connected by the Ten Days of Awe, collectively called the High Holy Days. The second is the weeklong holiday of…read more.

Messianic Fall Holidays – Rosh Hashanah & Yom Kippur


Messianic Fall Holidays – Holidays that teach us about our Messiah The fall holidays are split into two different sets of holidays with two different themes. The first set of holidays are Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, connected by the Ten Days of Awe, collectively called the High Holy Days. The second is the weeklong holiday…read more.

What Calendar Do You Use? 


While the current version of the Hebrew calendar has been in effect for nearly 1700 years, there is still some dispute over it in the greater Messianic community. As an overview, Jewish/Biblical holidays are kept on the lunar cycle, whereas our modern calendar is set to the solar cycle. And the modern Jewish calendar was…read more.

Why Don’t You Serve Lamb at Your Passover Seder?


We are planning our 5th annual community Passover seder and were recently asked about lamb. We’ve gotten this question several times in the past few years, so I wanted to take the opportunity to write about our thoughts on this aspect of the seder, and why we don’t serve lamb. The Passover sacrifice (Hebrew: Korban Pesach…read more.