Biblical Holiday of Sukkot! Celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles with us. A Joyous Biblical celebration for both Jews and Christians!

On this final day of Sukkot, probably during the water ceremony, Yeshua (Jesus) stood up and proclaimed Himself to be the source of Living Water—the salvation they joyfully prayed for. He invited all who were thirsty to come and drink, the water representing the Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh).

Israel is preparing for the High Holy Days starting with the month of ELUL

During Elul, the Jewish People begin the process of asking for forgiveness of the wrongs done to one another. According to Jewish tradition, we must first go to the person we have wronged asking for forgiveness before God can forgive us for the sins we committed against that person.