Free resources for community, family, or individual use.
The documents provided below are used throughout the year at Beit Hallel (House of Praise) Messianic Jewish Synagogue in Tacoma, Washington. These resources are free for individual, family, or community use, however, they are not to be altered or sold.
A 12 month calendar with dates for all major and minor holidays, Rosh Chodeshim, special Shabbatot, modern holidays, and days of the Omer.
While celebrating the Passover, Yeshua commanded us to “do this in remembrance of Me” (Luke 22:19). Traditions can be a wonderful tool to help us worship and serve God. This Haggadah, titled A Passover Haggadah For Disciples of the Messiah Yeshua, attempts to preserve a little of the traditional Passover Haggadah, while focusing mainly on reading Scripture and the redemption we have through the death, resurrection, and ascension of our Lord Yeshua. These pages are taken from Celebrate the Feast – Collected Articles on the Spring Festivals.
This traditional Passover Haggadah was compiled, designed, and illustrated by a family who attended Beit Hallel Messianic Synagogue in Tacoma, Washington. It is shared, here, by their permission.
Traditional blessings for the Shofar Service with some adaptations to help Disciples of Yeshua make Him the focus of worship.
Traditional Scripture readings for Tashlich (cast away) Service with the addition of Colossians 2:8-14 to help Disciples of Yeshua make Him the focus of worship.
The wisdom of the Sages is displayed yet again in the tradition of reading Qohelet (Ecclesiastes) during the Festival of Sukkot (booths). But it is not readily apparent why Qohelet was chosen for a festival that has rejoicing as its main theme! Many who read Qohelet are left with the impression that the words of Shlomo (Solomon) are depressing rather than uplifting, and do not fit the theme of joy. Yet a closer reading of the book reveals just the opposite. In fact, the theme of the book is joy, but the surprise is where this joy is actually found.