I am taking a group to the Messianic Synagogue, Baruch HaShem, on Shabbat September 19th, 2009, which happens to be Rosh HaShanah. I took a large group there in June for Shavuot (Pentecost) and they loved it so much that they wanted to go back on the next of the Lord’s Feasts. I have contacted the synagogue to let them know that a large group of us are coming again on Rosh HaShanah, and they wanted me to make sure that I knew this will be on one of the High Holy Days, and as such, there will be a very large crowd. It’s like what Easter is to most Christian denominations – people who don’t come very often show up for this service as well as a whole lot of a visitors. So we need to get there early. Here’s all the details:
Date: Shabbat (Saturday) September 19th, 2009.
Time: Service starts at 10:40, but be there at 10:15 to make sure we get seats together.
Where: Baruch HaShem Messianic Synagogue (Dallas, on Belt Line Rd between Preston Rd. and Hillcrest Rd)
Additional Info: Wear what you would wear to church. Wear comfortable shoes because you’ll be standing alot (you can sit down if necessary, many people do). Also, eat a good breakfast, because it goes usually until 1:00 and on a High Holy Day it might go longer.
If you come to this, you will be blessed.