News & Schmooze
Wonderful things happen at Shoresh David on a regular basis. Check back here frequently to get the latest.
Simchat TorahSan Antonio, TX
Simchat Torah was a wonderful time and celebration of God's word. The name Simchat Torah means Joy of the Torah and comes at the end of Sukkoth (Tabernacles). Everyone in attendance had a great time parading and dancing with the Torah. Even the women and children got in on the action carrying the Torah or a little Torah. We read the last few verses of Dvarim (Deuteronomy) and the first few verses of Breisheet (Genesis) as we ended and started the Torah reading cycle.
Now is a great time to get on board and start reading through the Bible with us. You can find the readings and Parasha study meetings on our calendar page. Hope to see you next year.
Jonathan SettelSan Antonio, TX
Jonathan Settel was here on Feburary 14, 2015 at Shoresh David Messianic Congregation. We had such a great time! He led us in worship of Adonai with his exceptional voice.You could feel the Ruach Ha'Kodesh (Holy Spirit) descend upon the place. There was much dancing and singing throughout the congregation. Jonathan Settel is a world-renowned International Messianic recording artist, and we had the pleasure of having him in concert. If you did not happen to make it, we sure hope you can make it next time! Click here for additional details.
Passover 2015San Antonio, TX
Well.... another Passover has come and gone. We had a wondrous seder and a joyful time. Here is what some people had to say about our Passover seder:
It was great! Also, it was a very enjoyable experience to learn about Pesach."-Maria
It was a beautiful celebration of the precious blood of Yeshua." -Anonymous
Tremendous success. Blessing to see people from the church and Messianic community coming together to learn and celebrate the Passover."-Robert
I really enjoyed it! I had the oppurtunity to see the Messianic dances up close and in person and appreciate how important it is to worship God in the dance. I really enjoyed the unique flavors of the elements on the Passover seder plate, especially the maror(horseradish)."-Dina
This was by far the best Passover we have experienced in many years. The awareness of the people led to a wonderful time."-Rabbi Stuart
Out of the three Pesach seders I have attended, this one was the most memorable."-Trini
I was blessed, because Robert sat at our table and blessed us with his teachings on the significance of the seder. My sisters they were very blessed and they thanked me more than once for inviting them."-Anonymous
The Passover is always a blessing. Its a significant remembrance of our Father in heaven and His gift of the life of His son Yeshua to set us free from the slavery of sin and death, to bring us to a relationship with Him. This Passover was a special expression of this."-Michael
I look forward to the next feast day. I really enjoyed it because a lot of congregations came together to celebrate the Passover like 1st Century Jews. I really appreciated it and the people who put it together. Also the seder was very festive."-Anonymous
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