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Shabbat Service – June 27, 2020

On Thursday, June 25, 2020, B’rit Hadasha continued its phased reopening. A team of volunteers recorded the service to share with our community on Shabbat morning, Saturday, June 27, 2020. Please remember that our tithes & offerings are part of our worship. You can click here to make your donation online (opens in another tab so you can continue listening) or…

Shabbat Service – June 20, 2020

On Thursday, June 18, 2020, B’rit Hadasha had its first “in person” gathering for service since March. A team of volunteers recorded the service to share with our community on Shabbat morning, Saturday, June 20, 2020. Please remember that our tithes & offerings are part of our worship. You can click here to make your donation online (opens in another…

What is Shavuot? – Part 2

This Shavuot is not like the others. Normally we would be gathering together in person to worship in Holy Convocation and that would be followed by an Oneg. This year, 2020, that is not an option that we have. So how are we going to celebrate Shavuot? Shavuot is a special Shabbat day that starts this year, 2020, on Thursday evening, May 28.  Many of our people will…

What is Shavuot? – Part 1

Shavuot is almost here! This is the feast that we have been Counting the Omer towards for almost fifty days now. So what is Shavuot? Shavuot is a Hebrew word that means “Weeks” and that name derives from the fact that we have been counting up seven weeks— forty-nine days—from the Feast of First Fruits within the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and then Shavuot is the next day,…