Yom Kippur Prayer Vigil
Come and join us for an all night Yom Kippur Vigil on Friday, September 29th from 8:00pm until Saturday, September 30th at 7:00am. We have a number of spiritual disciplines outlined for the night as we draw close to God and each other. More information to come!
Yom Kippur Service
Yom Kippur (or the Day of Atonement) is the most solemn assembly of the year. The Ten Days of Awe culminate in this feast day, which is actually a day of fasting and prayer. The Day of Atonement for us as believers is not as solemn as it is for those who have not received the sacrifice of the Lamb of God, but it is still important for us to search our hearts and humbly beseech God’s throne for forgiveness and mercy. We remember the price Yeshua paid for our atonement and this day is about honoring Him by making teshuvah. Click here to read more about Yom Kippur.
We will have a Yom Kippur service on Saturday, September 30th, at The Harvest from 1 to 3 pm. On Yom Kippur it is not required, but traditional to wear white. If you are able, it is also a day of fasting*. This would be for healthy adults, not recommended for children, pregnant or nursing mothers, or individuals who need to take medication daily with a meal. Please contact us if you have questions.
*Disclaimer: The Harvest recommends consulting your physician before participating in the fast.