Messianic Temple Beth El Yahweh's Holy Days

  • Just One Shabbat0:00
Protected by Copyscape Duplicate Content Check

If you want to use our materials, please do not copy, but make a link to this page.

traditional observance

It commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people in the ancient Persian empire where a plot had been crafted to destroy them. Megillat Ester (the Book of Esther) is read in synagogues all over the world during this holiday. Purim shpiel is a play performed by children about the events in the Book of Esther. Children wear costumes depicting the Biblical characters from the Scriptures. "Mishloach Manot" is a food and drink gift exchange commanded by the Scriptures commemorating the victory over Haman, the hater of the Jews.

messianic significance

It commemorates the deliverance of the Jewish people in the ancient Persian empire where a plot had been crafted to destroy them. Megillat Ester (the Book of Esther) is read in synagogues all over the world during this holiday. Purim shpiel is a play performed by children about the events in the Book of Esther. Children wear costumes depicting the Biblical characters from the Scriptures. "Mishloach Manot" is a food and drink gift exchange commanded by the Scriptures commemorating the victory over Haman, the hater of the Jews.

The Book of Esther and the Feast of Purim is a strategic plan of Elohim of Israel for the  End-Times. Come join us as we do an in-depth study of Meggilat Esther (Book of Esther). Learn how to fight spiritual battles and to stand in the gap for others. Become another Esther, a beautiful and humble servant of Elohim who proclaimed, “If I perish, I perish.” Desire to become a Warrior for Israel knowing that our battle is not against flesh and blood but against the invisible enemies of the satanic kingdom.

traditional observance

It is called the Feast of Dedication or the Festival of Lights. It lasts for eight days when we light a special menorah called a "Hanukiah". It commemorates the Maccabees victory over the evil Antiochus IV Epiphanes and the restoration of Temple worship. The altar in the Temple was dedicated on this day.

messianic significance

It is called the Feast of Dedication or the Festival of Lights. It lasts for eight days when we light a special menorah called a "Hanukiah". It commemorates the Maccabees victory over the evil Antiochus and the restoration of Temple worship. The altar in the Temple was dedicated on this day.
Let us dedicate our lives to follow Adon Yeshua all the way to Golgotha. Let us desire to become modern-day Maccabees, a true remnant of fully committed, dedicated and unconditionally surrendered talmidim (disciples) of Adon Yeshua.

traditional observance

It means "Rejoicing in the Torah". This holiday marks the completion of the yearly cycle of weekly Torah readings.

messianic significance

Join us in celebration of Yeshua, the Living Torah, the Living Word of Elohim. Let us dance and rejoice before Him as a Messianic Nation for Abba has given us His Inheritance - Kitvei HaKodesh (Holy Scriptures).

simchat torah

Tishrei 23, 5777

October 25, 2016

shemini aTzeret

Tishrei 22, 5777

October 24, 2016

traditional observance

It is the seventh day of Sukkot which means "The Great Salvation".

messianic significance

It is the seventh day of Sukkot which means "The Great Salvation". Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly prohibited. One-day Feast. Let us drink of Mayim Chayim (pure waters of Life) coming from the well of deliverance, Yeshua HaMashiach Himself. Join us as we cry out, "Ana Adonai, Hoshiah Na", which means "O Adonai, Save us now."

After Yom Kippur, join us for a Mitzvah fun day of building an authentic sukkah. Come to perform this wonderful mitzvah (commandment) with us.

traditional observance

First Day Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. It commemorates the care of Elohim for the children of Israel during the years in the desert. Performing the mitzvah of building sukkot (booths). Performing the mitzvah of waving the lulav and etrog.

messianic significance

First Day Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. Celebration of Adon Yeshua's birthday Who was born on the first day of Sukkot. Join us for a special one-of-a-kind worship service to our Elohim for sending His Redeemer to His people Israel and all the HaGoyim.

It commemorates the care of Elohim for the children of Israel during the years in the desert. Join us in performing the mitzvah of building sukkot (booths) and the mitzvah of waving the lulav and etrog.

TRaditional observance

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. One-day Feast. Day of absolute fast and prayer. The Day of Atonement is the day of repentance and forgiveness of sins.

messianic significance

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. One-day Feast. Most solemn day of all High Holy Days. Repentance for the individual sins and the sins of our forefathers. We have redemption through the Blood of Adon Yeshua and the forgiveness of our sins.  We also stand in the gap for the salvation of our families and the whole House of Yisrael.  We proclaim Yom Kippur as Israel's National Day of  Repentance and Fasting.

traditional observance

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. One-day Feast. It is NOT Rosh Hashanah as traditionally celebrated by Rabbinical Judaism.

messianic significance

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. One-day Feast. This day of Spiritual Warfare is followed by shouting, blowing of the shofars and declaration of the Davar Elohim (Word of Elohim).

Traditional observance

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. One-day Feast. It is celebrated on the fiftieth day of the Omer. The day of giving the Torah on Mt Sinai.

messianic significance

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. One-day Feast. We celebrate not only giving of the Ten Commandments (the Torah) on Mt. Sinai, but many years later, Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) was given to the disciples of Adon Yeshua in Yerushalayim (Jerusalem) on the same day.

traditional observance

Rabbinic Judaism does not recognize nor celebrates this Feast.

messianic significance

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). One-day Feast. Day of Messiah’s Resurrection. Yeshua laid in the tomb three days and three nights. Yeshua HaMashiach is the First Fruit of the Resurrection. Yeshua rose from the tomb at the very end of the weekly Shabbat to fulfill His title as Adon HaShabbat (Master of Shabbat).

Hoshana Rabbah 

Tishrei 21, 5777

October 23, 2016

pesach (passover)

Aviv 14, 5776

April 22, 2016

traditional observance

The eighth day of Sukkot. Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). In Israel it is observed together with Simchat Torah.

messianic significance

The eighth day of Sukkot. Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Messiah had Brit Milah (circumcision) and was given the Name YESHUA. This is the last Great Day that starts with a special prayer for geshem (rain). Join us as we beseech our Abba to send physical and spiritual rain upon Israel and our hungry and thirsty souls.

Hanukah

(Feast of Dedication,

Festival of lights)

Kislev 25, 5777

December 25, 2016

Sukkot

(feast of tabernacles,

feast of booths)

Tishrei 15, 5777

October 17, 2016

​Erev Sukkot - Erev of Tishrei 14

yom Kippur

(day of atonement)

Tishrei 10, 5777

October 12, 2016

yom teruah

(day of shouting and blowing of shofars, day of spiritual warfare)

Tishrei 1, 5777

October 3, 2016

shavuot

(festival of weeks)

Sivan 6, 5776

June 12, 2016

This day commemorates when Israeli soldiers victoriously recaptured the Old City of Jerusalem from Jordanian control during the Arab-Israeli Six Day War.

On this historic day, David ben Gurion, declared "Proclamation of the Establishment of the State of Israel on May 14, 1948.

yom haatzma'ut

(israeli independence day)

Iyar 4, 5776

May 12, 2016

yom yerushalayim

(jerusalem day)

Iyar 28, 5776

June 5, 2016

This day was established as a national holiday by the Israeli Knesset in 1953. It was established to remember the six million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. Memorial services and vigils are held by the Jewish people around the world.

yom hazikaron

(israeli memorial day)

Iyar 3, 5776

May 11, 2016

This day was established as a Memorial Day for soldiers who gave their lives in battle for the creation and defense of the State of Israel.

yom hashoah

(holocaust memorial day)

Aviv 27, 5776

May 5, 2016

chag haBikkurim 

(feast of first fruits)

resurrection day

Aviv 18, 5776

April 26, 2016

traditional observance

The Feast of Matzah is celebrated for seven daysWe are not to eat bread or any products that contain yeast.

The first day of Yom HaMatzah lasts from Erev 15 to Erev 16 Aviv.  One-day Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly prohibited. On Erev 15 the counting of the Omer begins.

MESSIANIC SIGNIFICANCE

​​The Feast of Matzah is celebrated for seven daysWe are not to eat bread or any products that contain yeast.

The first day of Yom HaMatzah lasts from Erev 15 to Erev 16 Aviv.  One-day Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly prohibited. On Erev 15 the counting of the Omer begins.

Yeshua was buried at the end of Pesach and the beginning of the first day of Chag HaMatzah. The seventh day of Yom HaMatzah is Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly prohibited.

Chag Hamatzah

(feast of unleavened bread)

Aviv 16 - 22, 5776

April 24 - 30, 2016

traditional observance

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. One-day Feast. Passover Seder (Full Passover service with dinner). Commemorates the day when the blood of sacrificed lambs was sprinkled on the doorposts of each house of the children of Israel. Celebrates Exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery. 

MESSIANIC SIGNIFICANCE

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. One day Feast. Messianic Passover Seder (Full Messianic Passover service with dinner). Celebrates Exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian slavery.

Come out from Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity. Join us for the annual celebration of Messianic Passover. Celebrate with us our personal Exodus from the dominion of hasatan to the freedom and liberty in Adon Yeshua. Adon Yeshua was impaled (crucified) on this day. He is Seh HaElohim (the Lamb of Elohim) Who loved us and washed us from our sins in HIS OWN BLOOD. Communion is taken once a year ONLY on Pesach. Washing of feet. Explanation of the 4 cups of wine. Prayer for the peace of Yerushalayim and the regathering of the remnant of all twelve tribes of Israel.

Click HERE to install the app

Shabbat Times on your iPhone

purim

Adar 14, 5777

March 12, 2017

biblical and modern holidays prepared and compiled by rabbi hadassah ryklin

Holiday
Dates

Beginning of

New Jewish month of:

Rosh Chodesh Iyar
May 9, 2016
IYAR
Rosh Chodesh Sivan
June 7, 2016
SIVAN
Rosh Chodesh Tammuz
July 7, 2016
TAMMUZ
Rosh Chodesh Av
August 5, 2016
AV
Rosh Chodesh Elul
September 4, 2016
ELUL
Rosh Chodesh Tishrei
October 3, 2016
TISHREI
Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan
November 2, 2016
CHESHVAN


rosh chodesh

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Monthly Shabbat. Celebration of the New Moon (Beginning of a new month).

schedule of services

SHABBAT

Shabbat Yeshiva class (in-depth Bible study) 9:00 - 10:15am

Shabbat (Saturday) service at 10:30am.

Shabbat service followed by Oneg Shabbat.


WEDNESDAY

Mid-Week Yeshiva class (in-depth Bible study) at 7:30pm.


MONDAY

Tefillah - Intercessory prayer gathering at 7:30pm.

WATCH THE PROPHETIC REGATHERING OF ISRAEL  TV

shabbat

Mikra Kodesh (Set-apart gathering). Work is strictly forbidden. Weekly Shabbat starts at Erev (sundown) Friday to Erev (sundown) Shabbat (Saturday).

To rent or purchase any of Rabbi Hadassah's teaching series or single episodes, go to our Vimeo On Demand page


Welcome to our website!


    Weworked very hard for almost 5 months on the layout and design of this website. We prayed and fought a ferocious fight against hasatan to accomplish this assignment. This website contains valuable information about all the aspects of your life. It has over 50 pages to guide you in every step of your walk with Adon Yeshua: spirit, soul and body.


  Carefully examine the various menus and choose a subject you desire to learn about. This website is informative, educational and captivating. We designed it with a lot of audio, video and graphic enhancements.


   On every page of this website you will be exposed to the values, beliefs and teachings of Rabbi Hadassah Ryklin. She covers a broad range of subjects from deliverance and spiritual warfare to health, nutrition and exercise. There are also 30 minute in-depth studies of the Scriptures designed for individual or group Bible study.


   Rabbi Hadassah Ryklin prophesied about the current deteriorating state of the United States of America and its impending future. Read and meditate on a decade of compiled prophecies as Ruach HaKodesh opens your eyes of understanding. 


   We are called to bring the Light (Yeshua) to our Jewish Mishpocha. Therefore, we prepared a special page for those who are seeking the truth. There you can find Messianic prophecies and the testimonies of the Rabbis who believed in Yeshua.


   We are proud to stand with Israel and the Jewish people. Study our Israel page to learn about its history and future. Studying Hebrew is an important step of the disciple of Adon Yeshua to identify with Eretz Yisrael (the Land of Israel) and to understand the Scriptures.


   Just as we reach out to our Jewish Mishpocha, we reach out to the non-Jewish family in Yeshua. We strive to bring them together in the faith of our forefathers: Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Study this page to learn about your lost identity and discover your true Biblical roots.


   Very few realize what a family is all about. Family, family, it is all about family. Learn about Elohim’s foundation for a happy and loving family. Yeshua must be the center of every family. Without Him, your house will crumble. Raising the children up in the admonition of Elohim is a must.


   Health is wealth, therefore, it is extremely important to keep in shape. Learn to keep your body healthy by eating kosher and organic food and regularly exercising.  Avoid the demonic practices of yoga and martial arts.


   Explore our favorite links to further grow and develop in your walk with Adon Yeshua. Our website will keep you coming back for many hours of study, enriching your understanding as you become transformed by the renewing of your mind. We welcome and value your comments. Please email us at messianictemplebethel@gmail.com


   Shalom v’brachot (Shalom and blessings) b’Shem Yeshua HaMashiach (in the Name of Yeshua HaMashiach).


   Website Team

calendar of yahweh's holy days

LIGHTING OF SHABBAT CANDLES

(for Brooklyn Only)

Jul 1
8:12
Aug 5
7:48
Sep 2
7:07
Jul 8
8:11
Aug 12
7:39
Sep 9
6:56
Jul 15
8:07
Aug 19
7:29
Sep 16
6:44
Jul 22
8:02
Aug 26
7:19
Sep 23
6:32
Jul 29
7:56


Sep 30
6:21






Oct 7
6:09
Nov 4
5:30
Dec 2
4:11
Oct 14
5:58
Nov 11
4:23
Dec 9
4:10
Oct 21
5:48
Nov 18
4:17
Dec 16
4:12
Oct 28
5:39
Nov 25
4:13

Dec 23

4:15




Dec 30
4:20