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
Passover 2015 is Here!
We are excited to inform you that we are having our 11th annual Passover Seder on April 3, 2015. There will be a full meal and lots of dancing. With a festive atmosphere, we sure hope you can come to this wonderful experience of God's Appointed Feast.This is the oppurtune time to learn more about Passover and discover how we too are redeemed by our Lord and Savior, Yeshua Ha'mashiach, in the Passover. Click Here For Further Details
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We want to stay in touch with you in your busy schedule. So, we are using every resource available to us to reach out with the Good News of Yeshua ha' Mashiach (Jesus the Messiah)