Rosh Hashanah is the 1st of the 4 fall feasts described in Leviticus 23.  While the 4 Spring Feasts point to things the Messiah accomplished almost 2,000 years ago, the Fall Feasts point to things He will accomplish in the last days beginning with the time surrounding His return, and culminating in eternity.  Our service will include special music and liturgy.  Our message, as well as much of the liturgy and music will emphasize the future fulfillment of Rosh Hashanah.  Following the service, we will have the traditional apples and honey.

While our service will be held at our congregation at 2107 River Street (formerly Old Louisville Road), as a result of covid-19, we will be observing a number of safety precautions.   For example, the apples and honey will both be individually packaged without anyone touching either.

We ask that you let us know as soon as possible if you plan to attend, by Thursday, September 17, at the latest, so we can ensure that we have enough apples and honey for everyone.  Because of social distancing limitations, there is a limit to the number of people/families that can attend.  We regret this, but we want everyone attending our services to know that we take your health and safety seriously.  Therefore, we ask you to let us know if you will be attending as soon as possible to ensure we have a place for you.

If you cannot attend due to distance or any other reason, please pray for us, and continually pray for the salvation of Jewish people.

If you have any questions, please call us at (270) 303-9410.

In our Messiah Yeshua,

Jonathan Sacks

Hope in Messiah Congregation