Upcoming Special Events
Attend one of our Gatherings
The best way for a new person to get in touch with the Hebrew Roots of your faith is to attend one of our Shabbat (Sabbath) Services on Saturday morning at 10:30 am. Another entry point of fellowship would be to attend one of the annual Feasts or Biblical Holidays or Moedim (i.e.-Appointed Times). The spring or fall feasts are a great time to jump on board. For more information about our upcoming events and activities, don’t hesitate to contact us today.
PLACE: MADISON HEBREW ROOTS FELLOWSHIP
6501 Watts Road, Suite 157 (First Level)
Madison, WI 53719
Note: Use 18-step entrance in back parking lot
DATE: Saturday, March 27, 2021
TIME: 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm
5:30 pm - Seating at the Passover Tables and Welcome
5:45 pm - Passover Seder Service
7:30 pm - Dismissal / Refreshments
►We will not have a regular Shabbat service on this day.◄
►Note: We will not be having a meal, so eat dinner before you come.◄
PLEASE RSVP by March 21 via email to Ida Carlin at MadHebRoots@aol.com so that we can purchase enough supplies and set up enough place settings for everyone (# of adults and # children).
The week of Unleavened Bread runs from sunset on Saturday, March 27* until sunset on Saturday, April 3. According to Leviticus Chapter 23, the first and last days of this week of unleavened bread are both set-apart (holy) convocations (assemblies) or Annual High Sabbaths which require no secular work or physical work. Additionally, the Torah advises us to avoid leavened (raised) bread for the entire week.
*We realize there are other calendars that may start on a slightly different date…we are using calendars from Mark Biltz with El Shaddai Ministries.