FEAST DAYS & EVENTS

Feast Days & Events, 2018/5778-5779

January 20, Shabbat, Special Guests: Dennis & Tirtzah Dee speaking about Hands to the Land and Abba’s work amidst His people Ephraim & Judah.

March 1, Purim

March 17, Biblical New Years Day

March 24, Dedication of Fellowship Hall.  Join us at our regular service time for a special Shabbat celebrating the completion of our renovations.

March 30, Passover.  Congregational Seder to begin at 6 PM.  Expect to eat our main meal around 7:30.

March 31, First Day of Unleavened Bread, High Holy Day & Weekly Shabbat.  We will gather at our normal time, 1 PM.

April 1, Yom HaBikkurim, Day of First Fruits, Day 1 of the Omer Count, Day 2, Unleavened Bread.  We will gather at noon.

April 6, Final Day of Unleavened Bread, High Holy Day, gather at noon.

May 20, Shavuot, Day 50 of the omer count.  Gather at noon.

June 30, Contractor Appreciation Service.  Honoring our Contractors and Tradesmen for all the work performed on behalf of our Congregation

July 7, Offsite for an Immersion service in Living Water.  Please contact us for location information.

July 14 & 15, Mega Messianic Week-end  featuring Eddie Chumney!

July 14, Eddie Chumney will be our guest speaker and will have the better part of our day to share with us.  His teaching is entitled; What is the Purpose of My Life?  We plan to be outdoors under a tent, be sure to bring a lawn chair.  We conclude each of our Sabbath gatherings with a fellowship meal, please bring a kashrut dish to share in fellowship as we enjoy the evening meal together.  Directions to Lev Y’shua are posted elsewhere on this website.  No outside solicitation, literature, or teaching is welcome.

July 15, Sunday,  join us along with Eddie at DelGrosso’s Amusement Park in Tipton, PA for a fun filled, laid back day of fellowship!  Admission is free, pay for rides as you see fit.  DelGrosso’s has a wonderful and expansive water park, so you may want to bring swim suits.  There is a fee to use the water park as well.  Park opens at 11 AM.  We will gather at pavilion 13 between 11AM & 1 PM, eating together around 1. Lev Y’shua will provide BBQ Chicken.  Please bring a kashrut dish to share along with drinks for yourself and your family. This is a fellowship gathering only and their will be no teaching on this day.  It’s an opportunity to get to know your fellow sojourners in the Hebraic Roots Movement. No outside solicitation, literature, or teaching is welcome.  Come, relax, and enjoy!

September 10, Yom Teruah, Feast of Trumpets.  Gather at noon.

September 19, Yom Kippur, Day of Atonement.  Gather at 4 PM.

September 24 to October 1, Sukkot!

We are blessed to inaugurate our new fellowship hall for this year’s Sukkot. This includes onsite handicapped accessible men’s & women’s restrooms that include showers, a full kitchen, and a climate-controlled room for assembly.

 Registration: Pre-registration is required. Space is limited. Please email info@levyshua.org or call 814-808-5511 to register. Cost to attend is $15 per tent, per night or $100 for the entire festival.

All activities are voluntary. Free time is any time between scheduled events as well as at your discretion.

Times are approximations and may vary.

An Etrog and Lulav will be available in the sukkah to wave before YHVH throughout the day.

   Please, no pork products or shellfish, as we follow Biblically clean standards of Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14

Breakfast is on your own. Please feel free to use the Fellowship Hall as needed for breakfast or for any and all meals. There is a toaster, microwave, stove & oven for community use along with adequate outlets to accommodate two dozen crock pots and warmers. A gas grill is also available. There is a fire pit with plenty of wood for those who would like to make mountain pies or simply cook over an open flame. Please bring your own eating utensils and plates in order to reduce paper product waste. Individuals are responsible to clean their own plates, utensils, and crock pots.

Space in the onsite refrigerator is limited and is to accommodate food items to be used for the upcoming meal. Please store all personal food in a cooler at your campsite. A chest freezer is available to switch out ice containers.

In accordance with Deuteronomy 14, Proverbs, and Ephesians 5:18, alcohol is permitted during the Feast provided those consuming are of a legal drinking age. Out of respect to the brethren, we request that adult beverages be consumed from a non-descript container.

Very Important

We love having children at our feasts! However, we do not have child care services. Parents are expected to supervise and pick up after their children, monitoring their whereabouts and behavior.

We enjoy having friendly dogs and require that each owner clean up after their pet. Dogs that mark their territory inside the fellowship hall will need to be crated when inside or remain outside the hall.

Our Location

On State Route 655 in the heart of Belleville. Pull into the large parking lot for The Stewardship Group/Everence/Taste of the Valley Plaza and proceed around and to the right of the building. (We will have signs by the road and in the parking lot indicating direction.) Follow the gravel lane up to the top of the hill where our gathering is held. Physical address for GPS: 4417 E. Main Street, Belleville, PA.

Games and activities will be available throughout the day for personal or group use.

There is a tithe and offering box available to receive gifts and contributions.  Please consider what The Father would have you donate during this season of our joy. ~Deut. 16:16-17.

We look forward to sharing fellowship and Celebrating this Feast with you!

All things TORAH

YHWH your Elohim moves about in your camp to protect you and to deliver your enemies to you. Your camp must be holy, so that he will not see among you anything indecent and turn away from you. ~ Deut 23:14

 Sunday, September 23

12:30 -4, Set up camp, assemble Sukkah.  Praise & Worship

5-5:30, Camp Housekeeping meeting

5:30, Pitch in meal, benching, & meal clean up

7:30-on, Campfire fellowship as we enter the High Holy Day 

DAY 1, Monday, September 24, High Holy Day

8 – 9, Breakfast (on own), coffee & tea provided in fellowship hall

9 – 9:30, Campfire Devotions

9:30 -12, Decorate Sukkah

12- 1:30, Fellowship Meal

1:30 – 2:30, Praise & worship

2:30 – 4, Teaching on the Feast of Tabernacles, Sukkah, Etrog & Lulav.

5 – 7, Pitch in meal, benching, & meal clean up

7 – on, Creation Video, Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution, followed by Campfire fellowship 

DAY 2, Tuesday, September 25

8 -9, Breakfast (on own), coffee & tea provided in fellowship hall

9 – 9:30, Devotions at campfire ring

10 – 12, Tour of Shade Mountain & shopping at Warehouse 13

12-1, Pitch in, simple meal

2-4, Spiced fruit making

5-6:30, Pitch in meal, benching, & meal clean up

6:30-7, General camp clean up

7-on, Creation Video, Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution, 2, followed by Campfire fellowship

DAY 3, Wednesday, September 26

8 – 9, Breakfast (on own), coffee & tea provided in fellowship hall

9 – 9:30, Devotions at the campfire ring

10 – 12, Belleville Sale

12 – 1, Lunch purchased at sale

2 – 4, Balm making

5:30 – 6:30, Pitch in meal, benching, & meal clean up

6:30-7, General camp clean up

7-on, Budget Workshop Part 1

DAY 4, Thursday, September 27

8 – 9, Breakfast (on own), coffee & tea provided in fellowship hall

 

9 – 9:30, Devotions at the campfire ring

10 – 12, Outdoor games

12-1, Pitch in, simple meal

2 – 4, Children’s video with workbook activity

5:30 – 6:30, Pitch in meal, benching, & meal clean up

6:30-7, General camp clean up

7 – on, Creation Video, Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution 3, followed by campfire

DAY 5, Friday, September 28

8 -9, Breakfast (on own), coffee & tea provided in fellowship hall

9 – 9:30, Devotions at the campfire ring

10 – 12, Cider Pressing at Swarey’s & Shopping at Big Valley Thrift and Gift

12 – 1, Pitch in, simple meal

2 – 4, Prep for Shabbat

5:30 – 7, Erev Shabbat Dinner, benching, & meal clean up

7 – on, Congregational Meeting to include reading of Charter 

DAY 6, Shabbat, September 29

8 – 9, Breakfast (on own), coffee & tea provided in fellowship hall

9 – 9:30, Devotions at the campfire ring

10 – 1, Prepare for Shabbat Services, lunch on your own

1 – 5, Regular Shabbat Schedule

5-7, Pitch in meal, benching, & meal clean up

7 – on, Israeli video, Ushpizin (a Lev Y’shua tradition) followed by campfire fellowship

 DAY 7, Sunday, September 30

8 – 9, Breakfast (on own), coffee & tea provided in fellowship hall

9 – 9:30, Devotions at the campfire ring

10 – 12, Children’s Video teaching with workbook exercise. Davidic Dance lesson.

12 – 1, Pitch in simple meal

2 – 4, Kashrut Sausage making

5:30 – 6:30, Pitch in meal, benching, & meal clean up

6:30-7, General camp clean up

7 – on, Budget Teaching Part 2 including a look at the IMF, SDR’s and the “new money order”

 DAY 8, Monday, October 1, High Holy Day

8 – 9, Breakfast (on own), coffee & tea provided in fellowship hall

9 – 9:30, Devotions at the campfire

10:30 – 12:30, Praise and Worship,

12:30 – 2, Pitch in Fellowship meal & clean up

2 – 4, Congregational life & Living in Fellowship

6:30 – 7:30, Pitch in meal, benching, & meal clean up

7:30 – on, Closing Campfire fellowship

 Tuesday, October 2,

8 – 9, Breakfast (on own), coffee & tea provided in fellowship hall

9 – 9:30, Devotions at campfire

10 – on, Dismantle Sukkah, Clean up camp/ head home tired, but with grateful good byes!

December 3 to 10, Hanukkah, Feast of Dedication.

December 21 & 22, Lev Y’shua’s 13th Annual Winter Conference featuring Bill Cloud, Melody Joy, and Torah Puppets! 

Plan now to join us!  Our conference will take place at the Reedsville, PA Fire Company Social Hall, 7740 SR 655 South Reedsville,  17084.  The Following Hotels have extended special rates for this event:

  • Super 8, $65/night, 717-242-8888

  • Best Western, $85/night, 717-667-9595, must reserve by December 1st.

  • Holiday Inn Express, $89/night, 717-946-0777, “0”, must reserve by November 20th.

    The Above rates are good for Thursday December 20th through Monday December 24th and include breakfast.  The Holiday Inn Express has an indoor pool.