Ami Yisrael hosts a number of special events each year including special speakers and seminars. Some of the speakers we've hosted in the past include: Eddie Chumney (Hebraic Heritage Ministries), Bill Cloud (Shoreshim Ministry), Joseph Good (Hatikva Ministries), Frank Houtz (Dry Bones Restoration Company), Boaz Michael (First Fruits of Zion), Lee Miller (House of David School of Biblical Studies), Avi ben Mordechai, Brad Scott (Wild Branch Ministry), Dean Wheelock (Hebrew Roots), and Rico Cortes (Wisdom in Torah Ministry).
All Seminars are Free of Charge!
Our fellowship invites you to celebrate Shavuot with us!
The Ami Yisrael Fellowship will be observing Shavuot (Pentecost, the Feast of Weeks) this year at the Camp Shiloh Retreat near Pittsburg, Texas. We have a number of campsites and RV spots so that others can join with us in a weekend of fellowship and praise as we honor the Creator of all things who gave us His festivals for a shadow of how He plans to bring His people into His Kingdom.
Joseph Good (Hatikva Ministries) and his family will be joining us and will be speaking throughout the weekend.
Shavuot is the 2nd of the three "pilgrimage" festivals listed in the scripture. According to tradition, Shavuot is the day that God gave the Israelites the "Ten Words", or what we is commonly referred to as the Ten Commandments. It's also the day God officially "took" Israel as His bride. We, if we walk in His ways, are a part of that bride.
Throughout the weekend, we will enjoy:
We will officially kick-off the weekend at 6:00 PM on Friday with a grilled chicken cook-out followed by an evening of Hebraic dance and warm fellowship." The Sabbath's activities center around our fellowship's normal Sabbath services. Later that evening we will enjoy a family movie . . . including popcorn! On Shavuot the women can have a relaxing morning as the men cook and serve brunch! We'll then round out the afternoon with praise thru song and dance along with a message focused on a Shavuot theme.
Registration is free, but you must register if you wish to attend. To register, contact the Ami Yisrael Fellowship by telephone at (903) 769-2750. You can reserve a campsite or RV spot through us (we have just two or three left) or through Camp Shiloh. If you'd like a real 'roof over your head', Camp Shiloh has cabins and suites available. Be sure to tell Camp Shiloh if you intend to stay for the events on Shavuot (past 12:00 PM on Sunday). You will have to pay for that night's housing as well. Those coming in for the day only must register with Ami Yisrael and pay a daily $5.00 per vehicle Day Use Fee to the camp office.
Be sure to pay close attention to the Shiloh camp rules. If you intend to bring a pet, be sure to let Camp Shiloh know. As for the event rules, the Ami Yisrael Fellowship asks that you 1) come to the various meetings dressed appropriately, and 2) avoid cooking on the Sabbath (cooking on Shavuot is acceptable). For more information regarding these two points, please refer to our Fellowship Brochure.
Be sure to bring your Lawn Chairs, Fans, and Shofar!
To register or to find out more about our Shavuot Campout, contact:
The Ami Yisrael Hebraic Fellowship commemorates the beginning of each Biblical month on the New Moon in accordance with the traditional Jewish calendar <why>. We typically meet for a fellowship meal and either a teaching or Bible Study. We'll be posting info for these meetings as plans are finalized. For a complete Jewish calendar, try www.hebcal.com
Passover is observed Friday evening, March 30, 2018. Details forthcoming. We recommend that anyone wanting to observe Passover read our two-part article entitled "So You Want to Observe Passover" found on the Articles page.
The spring festival of Unleavened Bread (Friday Evening, March 30, 2018 - Friday April 6, 2018) is an exciting time in our fellowship. It's our tradition to have a meeting every day of the festival. Call or email us if you would like to attend any of those meetings - email@example.com.
Shavuot is Sunday, May 20, 2018 (begins the evening before). Our fellowship is hosting a Shavuot Campout. See above.
The focus of the weekend will be to enjoy the company of like-minded individuals who share the desire to see the return of Messiah Yeshua just a the first century believers did as they shared this festival together nearly 2000 years ago. The weekend will include teachings on both Sabbath and Sunday, as well as a number of topical "midrash" Bible Studies. There will be activities and games for children and adults, as well as thought provoking activities. Click Here for more information.
If you'd like to learn more about the Spring Festivals listed in Leviticus 23 and their impact on the believer, go to the "Articles" page on this web site, or CLICK HERE.
Yom Teruah (Rosh HaShanah) is the beginning of the fall festival season. Since it is a New Moon, we observe it as such on the evening before (Sunday Evening, September 9) and the next day (Monday, September 10) as well (as a "mikrah kodesh" - sacred assembly). We welcome you to observe this exciting moed (festival) with us! Contact us for more information - firstname.lastname@example.org
Yom Kippur is (according to Jewish tradition) the most sacred day of the year. It is a fast day and a "mikrah kodesh" - a sacred assembly. This year it falls on a Wednesday, September 19 (begins the evening before). We welcome you to observe this very important day with us!
Sukkot pictures the Millennial Kingdom of YHVH, the time when Yeshua returns to Earth and begins the establishment of His kingdom as He rules and reigns in Jerusalem. It begins Sunday evening, September 23 and concludes 7 days later with Hoshanna Rabba - the "Last Great Day" and immediately followed by the one-day festival of Shemini Atzoreth (the 'Eighth Day Assembly) beginning Sunday Evening, September 30 - Monday Evening Oct. 1).
For more information about the Season of Our Joy festival, go to our web site - http://www.sooj.org/.
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