You are invited to join us for our Rosh Hashanah service at Hope in Messiah, on Sunday, September 29, at 6:00 p.m.

Rosh Hashanah, meaning “New Year”, is the Biblical Feast of Trumpets.  It features the blasts of the shofar, and is celebrated with apples and honey, symbolizing wishing each other a sweet year.   We will share some of Rosh Hashanah’s Biblical significance and relevance to the lives of all people who desire to follow the Lord.  It is the first of the four (4) Biblical fall feasts that await their fulfillment in the days and years ahead.  Many believe it points to the events surrounding the “last trump” described in the New Testament.

The evening will include special music, dance, and prayers.  Be sure to join us after the service for the traditional apples and honey and much, much more.

For additional information, call (270) 303-9410.