Yom Teruah - Feast of Trumpets
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About the Event
Yom Teruah means “day of blowing.”
The Scriptures refers to this holiday as the Feast of Trumpets and gives very little instruction about it. Leviticus 23:23-25 reveals that the Feast of Trumpets was for all Israel to rest. It was ordained for the first day of the seventh month of Tishri, and the blowing of the trumpet was to announce the day.
For Jewish and non-Jewish believers, Yom Teruah offers the opportunity to reflect on one’s relationship with G-d, knowing that our good standing with Him is based solely on the redemption of Yeshua accomplished for us through His death and resurrection. It is a time for drawing nearer to God and considering how to follow Him more closely in the year ahead.