NEXT GATHERING -

Sept 25, FEAST of TRUMPETS

HANUKKAH CELEBRATION - DECEMBER 4, 6:30pm - 8pm


JOIN ONLINE - on our Congregation's YouTube Channel


JOIN IN-PERSON:

gathering at: Lincoln Place Church of the Nazarene - 5604 Interboro Ave., Pgh, PA 15207     map





















HANUKKAH, The FEAST OF DEDICATION celebrates how a Jewish priest - Mattathias and his clan - The Maccabees - with God's help defeated an enemy far more powerful than they and rededicated The Temple to the worship of Jehovah - The One True God - The God of Israel.


In the Hanukkah story a one-day supply of oil miraculously burns for 8 days.  This is commemorated today by lighting the Hanukkah Menorah.  BRING YOUR MENORAH and be a part of our Multi-Menorah lighting.


Celebrate in Story and Song and be encouraged to FIND LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS and BE LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS.


ADMISSION IS FREE.


MANY *** PRIZES *** HANDED OUT during our presentation !!!


KIDS and EVERYBODY are welcome



MESSIANIC MARKETPLACE OPEN BEFORE and AFTER THE GATHERING

- Jewelry, clothing, books and more ... items to help you KNOW Yeshua and/or SHARE Yeshua



REFRESHMENTS - including traditional Latkes (potato pancakes - following song, story and teaching!




LOCATION               - Lincoln Pl Ch of the Nazarene - 5604 Interboro Ave, Pgh, PA 15207    map


WHEN                       - 6:30 - 8:30pm, Saturday - Dec 4


MORE INFO             - call 412-609-1117 or fill out our Contact Us form.

Biblical and Jewish Holidays


Our Purim, Passover, Tabernacles, Hanukkah and other Biblical Celebrations are filled with traditional Jewish songs and foods and a lesson from Scripture on what God tells us through The Feasts.


God gave Feasts to Israel as illustrations that speak about the nature and character of the God who made the world and rescued Israel from slavery in Egypt.


Aspects of each Feast point to Yeshua as the promised Jewish Messiah.


Find a concise summary of ALL the "Feasts of the Lord" - what they meant to Israel and how they are fulfilled in Messiah Yeshua - written by our Congregational Leader - Abraham E. Sander - here!



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