For the past four years, Congregation Baruch HaShem has partnered with churches from all over the valley to take part in a unity service. We incorporate multicultural worship and prayer, and Rabbi Tim effortlessly weaves together the importance of Jew and Gentile coming together to worship Yeshua (Jesus) in unity.
Shavuot (SHävo͞oˈōt) is a major Jewish holiday that commemorates the giving of the Ten Commandments at Sinai.
We see this celebrated in the New Testament in Acts 2, when the people gathered at the temple, the Holy Spirit fell,
and thousands of Jewish souls were saved. The heart behind our Pentecost unity gathering is to catch a glimpse of what Revelation 7 would look like and intercede for as many nations as possible.
We want to build the Body of Messiah in unity and prayer, and we have seen the Lord do mighty things in these events.