Join us in person or via Livestream as Pastor Michael Petro unlocks the Hebriac and Prophetic understanding of The Feast of Tabernacles. 

The last of the Fall Feasts is called Sukkot, or The Feast of Tabernacles. This feast is a celebration of thanksgiving to God for His provision. A tradition to keep in remembrance during the Feast of Tabernacles was upheld in the days of Yeshua, called Hoshana Rabbah, a ceremony when priests would march from the pool of Siloam to the altar at the Temple in Jerusalem carrying a pitcher of water. They would then pour the pitcher of water onto the altar as an act of thanksgiving to God in advance for the coming winter rains which would then produce another bountiful harvest in the spring.  

This tradition symbolizes the pouring out of God’s Spirit at the coming of Messiah to the people of Yeshua’s day.

Come and encounter God’s divine timing for dwelling with His people as we search out the spiritual significance of Sukkot! “Therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, nor with the leaven of malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.” 1 Cor 5:8

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Dinner: 5:00 PM PT 

Worship: 6:30 PM PT
Teaching: 7:00 PM PT

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