Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah readings for Elul 2, 5780 is Devarim (Deuteronomy) 16:18–21:9 called Shoftim, meaning “Judges”. The Haftorah reading is Isaiah 51:12-52:12. The Writings in Messiah reading is John 1:19-27.

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Dance Practice this Thursday at 6 PM. We will review the dances for Shabbat service and continue to learn “Yeshua” for Rosh Hashanah Service. Also, there is a short practice after Shabbat service and our “Brown Bag” lunch.

Beginner Hebrew class taught by Elizabeth will begin in September 5th at CTL. If interested, please e-mail her at roszoel777@yahoo.com. Class is filling up fast.

We will resume Oneg with a “Brown Bag” lunch this August 22nd and see how it goes; then, by September, we can resume our afternoon studies. Remember the 6 ft social distancing from others who are not family.

Last year we tried several times to have a “mikvah”, but due to weather and bacteria it never worked out. We will try again this year at Presley’s Landing on a Sunday in late August or early September. If interested, please contact CTL at 776-1002. We have had only one person to express a desire for a mikvah. Thanks

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Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah readings for Av 25, 5780 is Devarim (Deuteronomy) 11:26–16:17 called Re’eh, meaning “Behold”. The Haftorah reading is Isaiah 54:11–55:5 [Notice that Isa. 53 was skipped]. The Writings in Messiah reading is 1 John 4:1-6.

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Beginner Hebrew class taught by Elizabeth will begin in September at CTL. If interested, please e-mail her at roszoel777@yahoo.com. Class is filling up fast.

We will resume Oneg with a “Brown Bag” lunch and keep our 6 ft distance from others who are not family. We will start this August 22nd and see how it goes; then, by September, we can resume our afternoon studies.

Last year we tried several times to have a “mikvah”, but due to weather and bacteria it never worked out. We will try again this year at Presley’s Landing on a Sunday in late August or early September. If interested, please contact CTL at 776-1002 or email Barbra at jackbarbmorgan05@aol.com. We have had only one person to express a desire for a mikvah. Thanks

Dance Practice this Thursday at 6 PM. We will review the dances for Shabbat service and continue to learn “Yeshua” for Rosh Hashanah Service. Also, there is a short practice after Shabbat service.

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Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah readings for Av 11, 5780 is Devarim (Deuteronomy) 3:23–7:11 called Va’Etchanan, meaning “And I Pleaded”. The Haftorah reading is Isaiah 40:1-26. The Writings in Messiah reading is 1 Mark 12:28-34.

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Dance Practice this Thursday at 6 PM. We will still review the dances for Shabbat service and begin to learn “Yeshua” for Rosh Hashanah Service.

Food Outreach last Sunday (July 26th) we helped 15 families consisting of 50 people. Thanks to all who help with this community outreach.

Tish’ah Be’av starts this Wed. evening (29th) and ends Thur. at sundown. Tish’ah Be’av means the 9th of Av when the first and second Temples were destroyed. Throughout history, the 9th a Av has had some startling events happen to Israel. Let us watch and pray.

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Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah readings for Av 4, 5780 is Devarim (Deuteronomy) 1:1–3:22 called Devarim, meaning “Words”. The Haftorah reading is Isaiah 1:1-27. The Writings in Messiah reading is 1 Timothy 3:1-13.

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Dance Practice this Thursday at 6 PM. We will still review the dance “Heal Our Land”, and begin to learn “Yeshua” for Rosh Hashanah Service.Food

Outreach this Sunday (July 26th) with set-up at 1:30 PM. Thanks to all who help with this community outreach.

Tish’ah Be’av starts this Wed. evening and ends Thur. at sundown. Tish’ah Be’av means the 9th of Av when the first and second Temples were destroyed. Throughout history, the 9th of Av has had some startling events happen to Israel. Let us watch and pray.

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Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah readings for Tammuz 26, 5780 is B’Midbar (Numbers) 30:1–36:13 called Mattot/Massei, names meaning “Tribes /Journeys”. The Haftorah reading is Jeremiah 2:4-28; 3:4. The Writings in Messiah reading are Phillippians 3:12-16 and James 4:1-12.

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Dance Practice this Thursday at 6 PM. We will still review the dance “Heal Our Land”, and begin to learn “Yeshua” for Rosh Hashanah Service.

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Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah readings for Tammuz 19, 5780 is B’Midbar (Numbers) 25:10–29:40 called Pinchas, a name meaning “Mouth of a Serpent”. The Haftorah reading is Jeremiah 1:1–2:3. The Writings in Messiah reading is John 2:13:22.

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Dance Practice this Thursday at 6 PM. We will still review the new dance “Heal Our Land”. Hope to see everyone there.

The Love Offering taken for Ted Pearce last Shabbat, July 4th, was $863.00 plus $150 for travel expense. It was a blessing for us as well as a blessing for Ted and Hadasah. Adonai is still on the throne and the gates of hell will not prevail against us.

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Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah readings for Tammuz 12, 5780 is B’Midbar (Numbers) 19:1–25:9 called Chukat, meaning “Statute” and Balak, name meaning “Empty and Void”. The Haftorah reading is Micah 5:7–6:8. The Writings in Messiah reading is John 19:38-42 and Matthew 21:1-11.

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Ted Pearce will be in concert this Shabbat, July 4th at 10:30 AM. A love offering will be taken to bless this man as he leads in spiritual warfare of praise and worship. Invite a friend. See everyone at Shabbat.

The benevolent love offering for Yochanan was a blessing, and he thanks everyone for helping him during this trial. The amount so far is $1,620.00. He is in need of much prayer as he relocates to be closer to his family who can give him the care he needs. We love you Yochanan and will miss you.

Food Outreach last Sunday, we served 15 families consisting of 42 people. Fifteen were 1-18 years of age and ten were 60+. Thanks to all who helped.

Dance Practice this Thursday at 6 PM. We will review the new dance “Heal Our Land”.
Hope to see you everyone there.

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Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah reading for Tammuz 5, 5780 is B’Midbar (Numbers) 16:1–18:32 called Korah, name meaning “Bald One”. The Haftorah reading is 1 Samuel 11:14–12:22. The Writings in Messiah reading is Romans 13:1-7.

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Food Outreach this coming Sunday, June 28th with set-up time beginning at 1:30 PM. Thanks to all who help with this outreach, you are a blessing.

Dance Practice this Thursday at 6 PM. We will review the new dance “Heal Our Land”.Hope to see you everyone there.

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Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah reading for Sivan 28, 5780 is B’Midbar (Numbers) 13:1–15:41 called Sh’lach L’cha meaning “Send You”. The Haftorah reading is Joshua 2:1-24. The Writings in Messiah reading is Hebrews 3:7-19.

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Dance Workshop with Mindy & Ralph Seta will be Thursday, 5:30 PM for registration of $10 per person. Starting at 6 PM will be a fun-time learning new dances. If you are interested, please come and bring a friend. Water and snacks will be provided.

Jack, Andy, and Dane still think it is too soon to begin Oneg and afternoon services. Andy has a neighbor working in health care, and has inf. not shared in the media. Resuming Tuesday Bible Studies has not been determined. Thank you for your patience during this time of testing.

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Weekly Announcements

Dear Mishpachah [Family]:

The Torah reading for Sivan 21, 5780 is B’Midbar (Numbers) 8:1–12:16 called BeHa’ Alotcha meaning “When You Set-up”. The Haftorah reading is Zechariah 2:10–4:7. The Writings in Messiah reading is 1 Corinthians 10:6-13.

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Dance practice has resumed on Thursdays at 6 PM. If you are interested, please come for a time of fun and learning basic steps and beginner dances.

Jack, Andy, and Dane think it is too soon to begin Oneg and afternoon services. Our plan is to begin June 20th, if we do not have a spike in Covid-19 cases for zip code 36695. Resuming Tuesday Bible Studies has not been determined. Thank you for your patience during this time of testing.

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Congregational Prayer:

1 By David:
Adonai is my light and salvation; whom do I need to fear?
Adonai is the stronghold of my life; of whom should I be afraid? 2 When evildoers assailed me to devour my flesh, my adversaries and foes, they stumbled and fell. 3 If an army encamps against me, my heart will not fear; if war breaks out against me, even then I will keep trusting. 4 Just one thing have I asked of Adonai; only this will I seek: to live in the house of Adonai all the days of my life, to see the beauty of Adonai and visit in his temple. 5 For He will conceal me in His shelter on the day of trouble, He will hide me in the folds of His tent, He will set me high on a rock. 6 Then my head will be lifted up above my surrounding foes, and I will offer in His tent sacrifices with shouts of joy; I will sing, sing praises to Adonai. 7 Listen, Adonai, to my voice when I cry; show favor to me; and answer me. 8 “My heart said of You, ‘Seek my face.’” Your face, Adonai, I will seek. 9 Do not hide Your face from me, don’t turn Your servant away in anger. You are my help; don’t abandon me; don’t leave me, G-d my savior. 10 Even though my father and mother have left me, Adonai will care for me. 11 Teach me Your way, Adonai; lead me on a level path because of my enemies — 12 Don’t give me up to the whims of my foes; for false witnesses have risen against me, also those who are breathing violence. 13 If I hadn’t believed that I would see Adonai’s goodness in the land of the living, . . .
14 Put Your hope in Adonai, be strong,
and let Your heart take courage!
Yes, put Your hope in Adonai!

Psalms 27