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> HOW DOES THE NAME Y’HWE RELATE TO AL and ALUF? The name Y’HWE first appears once ADAM was created. On the 7th Day of Creation Week we read of Y’HWE ALUHEIM blessing the 7th, the Shabath day of His Creation Week. The Genesis record was written AFTER Adam sinned, when the form Y’HWE had become necessary. The original form YARUE was given by Father AL as an acronym for Earth’s appointed ADMINISTRATION. (This is not revealed till the book of Revelation, of restoration.) Y picture-letter of a long Right Arm and Hand, represents Father AL’s creative spirit-breath which formed all creation. A of YARUE is for ALuf, enthroned next to AB AL in Heaven. Their Headship is symbolised by YAR. (Letter R called RASH, means HEAD.) ADAM WHO WAS MADE “IN THE IMAGE AND LIKENESS OF” ALUF, sinned 365 days after his creation. ALUF STEPPED-DOWN from Heaven Glory, taking leave from YAR office He contributed His identical DNA presence into Adam, to shoulder Adam’s sin-penalty of IMMEDIATE DEATH. (Take a few minutes to ponder that.) “Although existing in the form of AL, He did not regard equality with AL a thing to grasp for. HE EMPTIED HIMSELF, taking the form of a bond-servant in the likeness of Adam. BEING FASHIONED AS ADAM He humbled Himself by obeying to the point of death, even death on a cross” (for Adam’s sin). Philipians 2:6-8. (adam is Hebrew for man) As ‘the Second Adam’ within Adam in seed form when he sinned, He was able to TAKE Adam’s sin-punishment. For He had identical DNA. He then lay as if dead, as a human seed in the loins of men for 621 years. He, the absent A from Y-R in Heaven became the absent A in the H-veiled form of that name: -Y-HWE, for 4,000 years of Adam-kind’s existence. H VEIL became necessary because Adam could no longer stand in front of YAR, or he would perish thru impurity. These picture-letter-symbols represent physical facts. Each letter has a distinctly significant role to represent. W of Y’HWE represents the Malchizadek High Priest at the Altar of Incense outside Heaven’s Most Special Y-H place. Malchizadek means ‘King of Righteousness’. Post U in YARUE was Adam’s alone before he sinned. For HE was Supreme Righteous Ruler over all life-forms on Earth. He was to listen to ALuf wisdom from place A in YAR. Instruction passed from Father AL thru Y of YAR, the spirit of ALUHEIM, to A (-ALuf) who conveyed it to U (-Adam). Adam voiced enquiries and concerns thru Glory Veil H to A -ALuf, who is the Right-Hand Man of Father’s spiritual Right Arm. So Y’HWE was the name-form appointed by AB AL as His AUTHority, once sin made H-veil necessary between YAR and WE of Y-HWE. The E of Y’HWE name states ‘HE –W, is of Y-H and for Y-H in Heaven. Adam no longer could command U office alone. He needed purity-covering from ALuf after his sin. So in 987adm AUTH, -born in 622adm as Hcanuk (-Enoch), ascended into Heaven alive and bodily to be the AU of letter U’s name UAU. Two of U is double-U (W) at the Altar of Incense. Letters U-A-U were drawn like Y4Y, it is still letter U/W’s Hebrew name. The first U is Adam, and AU is ALuf-Man, the Second Adam. He ascended to join Adam in 987adm, to be literally together in W place of Y-HWE in Heaven. U –Adam. AU the Second Adam = UAU = W. Adam drew from Father AL’s wisdom via Y –the spirit of ALuheim, and Auth spoke to mankind as Y’HWE, the name our Father in Heaven appointed for Admin Order AUTHority over all Earth. ALuf was the Spokesman of Y’HWE Admin. Father’s name AL can be seen in the correct spelling of Israel, which is IshorAL. He is the AL of IshorAL. (Brth319) Do CARE to SHARE articles from 'Letter-Keys of the Kingdom." - My page. - SHALUM for ALL!
> B’RASH*TH! - WRAPS LIFE IN ONE WORD! < Genesis 1:1 B'RASH*TH is the first word in the Bible. It tells of the BEGINNING of our Saviour's existence, and of His mission to COMPLETE to perfection, all His Father's desires. B'RASH*TH is usually translated “In the beginning.” There’s no 'the' in B'RASH*TH: so, “IN BEGINNING.” BEGINNING is not a place. IN BEGINNING announces activity happening >... In BEGINNING: - Step One is on .... Inside B'RASH*TH activity stirs: all future existence is expressing ..... It tells: - 'Seed ALef in the Head of Father AL will reach out to complete His desire.' HOW DOES THIS CONVEY in Ancient Hebrew picture-letters? B prefix - a FETUS, symbolises IN. There's nothing more IN than a fetus. B says 'Look in.' Look in what? Look into the central word of b'RASHith; - RASH, meaning HEAD. R is the skull. SH are teeth. Between the skull + teeth is letter A called Alef. Letter A of Father AL is a quiet consonant. His Seed A, is a vocal vowel. Picture-letter A in 3 straight lines, shows either a BULL's HEAD, or its SEED. Not likely are we to find a bull's head inside a head, but SEED A, yes. As NOTHING physical existed then, the only HEAD was Father AL’s. No seeds existed, so seed A is the seed of an IDEA, a THOUGHT, a PLAN in Father AL's MIND. B'RASH, says look into the HEAD. Discover an idea, a plan beginning. What was Seed A plan in AB AL's head? The concept of a living being in the image and likeness of AB AL. He would create AL Jnr: - Alue, who would in-turn create to perfection many creatures etc. The last two letters i + Th, -ITH as a postfix of BRASH-ITH. Picture-letter i is also Y called Yud: –the right HAND and ARM in fashioning position. TH called Thau, shape X, means to MARK as finished, COMPLETE. So ITH says 'reach-out to mark X for COMPLETE.’ Ezek 9:4-6. Let's put that together: - 'Look into AL’s HEAD for Seed A, ALef, for from AL’s Head He will reach out to complete.' HOW did Seed A -ALuf come out of Father's mind? What did Seed ALuf reach out of Father's head to complete? Father AL spoke the name of a son describing His own character and attributes. He said “AUTH”! ... and a Son like Himself formed from the breath of His mouth. i.e. A for ALuf and Th for Thau. (U is both ’and’, and ‘an upright being’). So Son AUTH is “the ALuf and Thau from BEGINNING to COMPLETION. The FIRST and the LAST.” Are you aware He revealed Himself so, to Apostle John in the last Bible book? Rev 1:8. “I’m the ALuf and Thau, says HE of Y-H ALuheim, who is, who was, who is to come, the mighty nourishing One!” 4:8. “Special, special, special is HE of Y-H ALuheim, who was, who is, who is to come!” 21:6. “I’m the ALuf and Thau, the Beginner and Completer. I will give to the thirsty from the spring of life-giving water without cost. He who OVERCOMES – ISHORALIs, will inherit these things. I will be his AL, and he will be My son.” 22:12-14. “Behold I will arrive suddenly, My reward with me, to render to every man according to what he has done. I’m the ALuf and Thau, the FIRST and the LAST, the BEGINNER and COMPLETER. Blessed are those who wash their robes and keep My Commandments, they’ll have Right to the Tree of Life so may enter in thru the gates into the City.” AL created a SON of Himself. AL’s Son is ALue, meaning an upright being U (shape Y), who was OF AL and FOR Father AL (E/H). ALue qualified for letter F by speaking-onward the breath-spirit of Father AL to create three categories of things according to DNA spoken-into Him. They are: - 1. ALuheim Family of angel-spirits, 2. Suns and planets. 3. All systems + life-forms on Earth. ALL were created by the same method His Father had used to create Him. By spirit-breath from His mouth. Psalm 33:6+9 explains: - (Literal) “By word of YHU (Y’HWE = of YHU) Heaven is making. By mouthing breath all their host! … Let all Earth revere the Appointed of YH. All Earth-dwellers stand in awe of Him. For HE SPOKE + IT WAS DONE! HE COMMANDED + IT STOOD!" Father AL SPOKE Seed A, His Son (U), into existence. HE SPOKE Concept A, Alef, out from His mind to exist as a living Son, ALue. H+E symbolise GLORY. Its ancient shape was a map of the rise and fall of sun, moon, waters and winds each day. (See each picture-letter on my FB Cover). Only Father AL’s (AB AL’s) Son was directly created by Him. For Hebrews 1:2-3, says: - "In these last days He has spoken to us by His Son, whom He appointed Heir of all things, THRU WHOM ALSO HE MADE THE WORLD. He is the radiance of His glory, the exact representation of His nature, upholding all things by power in His word." Verse 10-12 - "You, My Accessor (Aduni), in the beginning LAID THE FOUNDATION OF EARTH. The (atmospheric) heavens are the work of your hands. They will languish but you will remain. They will wear-out like a garment, like a mantle you will roll them up; like a garment they will be changed. But you are the same and your years will not end." Heb 2:10-11. "It was fitting for Him for whom are all things, and THRU WHOM ARE ALL THINGS, in bringing many sons to glory, to perfect the AUTHor of their salvation thru sufferings. For both He who sanctifies and those who are sanctified are all from one Father. So He is not ashamed to call them brothers." Clearly SON ALUF after being spoken into existence Himself; SPOKE ALL ELSE INTO EXISTENCE. Like Father, like Son. So let's see the rest of Genesis 1:1. The NAS Bible gives this for Genesis 1:1. "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." The Hebrew text says: "In beginning creates ALHEIM ATH, the Heavens, and ATH the earth." (GOD is not in the Hebrew text.) I put Genesis One Hebrew text into full English form as: - “AB AL SPOKE ALuf Seed from His mind to complete His concept. Then AUTH creates 1. Aluheim-angels. 2. AUTH creates Heavens. 3. AUTH creates all life on Earth.” So there it is. Father AL's Son AUTH began as a seed, an alef-concept in Father AL's mind. John 1:1-5. John wrote of this time also. We no longer have the Hebrew text. The Greek falls short, and the English moreso. Here’s how the English text might look when relating ALuheim’s reality. 'In beginning was the word AUTH. The word was with AL, and the Word lived as ALue (“AHLOO”). He was in beginning with AL. All came to exist thru Him, and apart from Him nothing exists. In Him is life: - the light of men. The light shone in darkness yet darkness does not comprehend.” AB AL is ETERNAL. NO beginning, NO end. HIS SON BEGAN as a thought in His Father's mind, + was spoken into existence. FATHER + SON, says it all. Every FATHER PRODUCES his SON. Co-eternal contradicts reality. (Continued below)

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Adat Shalom 6.12.20 News and Notes

Hey everyone, July 10th, will be here before you know it, and we are excited about restarting our Friday night services again. In the meantime, we will be continuing our live-stream services, which by the way, we hope to continue, even as we open our doors once again for public worship. This week’s message is titled "How to Change our Culture for the Better-- God has something to say." Our nation is truly going through a cultural upheaval, and as one old songwriter said years age, "the times they are a changin." Well, the times may be changing, but the truths and principles of the word of God do not change, and are foundational for a healthy society. Come join us this Friday at 7:30pm for Adat Shalom "live-stream" once again. We will have worship, and what I hope will be an encouraging time in God's word.

*** The notes for the message can downloaded them from the Adat Shalom website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org

See you at the LiveStream, feel free to send a chat or comment.
Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas

Adat Shalom 6.5.20 News and Notes

As I thought about the turmoil happening across many of the cities this week, there is no doubt that there are many in America that are filled with anger. Frankly, it’s been distressing to watch the fires, the looting and the wanton destruction of property, along with the many injuries, and loss of precious lives. "America is Angry," will be the theme of the message this Friday. The scriptures have much to say on the subject of anger, particularly it's destructive power. So come join us this Friday night at 7:30pm for another "live-stream" service at Adat Shalom. Come join us as we worship, study, and pray for our nation. We look forward to a great time with all of you. Invite someone to join you.

*** The notes for the message can be downloaded from our Adat Shalom website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org

See you at the LiveStream, feel free to send a chat or comment.

Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas
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See you tonight at 7:30pm for our Erev Shabbat Services at
Adat Shalom.

Tonight, May 29th, will be a special evening as we teach on the Feast of Shavuot and partake in "virtual communion" together.

You can download the outline notes from our website at:
www.adatshalom-dallas.org

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Adat Shalom 5.29.20 News and Notes

This Friday we will be celebrating the Feast of Shavuot. Shavuot was the time when the first-fruits of the wheat harvest were offered to the Lord. This offering came fifty days (seven weeks plus a day) after an earlier first-fruits offering of the barley harvest, which happened during the week of Passover. Yes, it’s a lot of feasts to keep track of, but each one points to a significant event on God's prophetic calendar. Shavuot is also a time when the Jews celebrate the giving of the Law. It is believed that Israel was given the Law during the time of Shavuot. Come join us this Friday evening at 7:30pm for another live-stream Shabbat service, as we celebrate the Feast of Shavuot.

*** Shavu’ot is one of the times at Adat Shalom where we take Communion together as a congregation. As we are not able to meet at this time, we encourage you to gather your own elements; bread and wine (or grape juice) in order to partake together in our “virtual communion”.

We will have worship, a special Shavuot exhortation, and communion together. We look forward to a great time with all of you. Invite someone to join you.

*** The notes for the message can be downloaded from the Adat Shalom website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org

See you at the LiveStream, feel free to send a chat or comment.

Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIxzuEgwqKWBGhfpodynM_Q

Adat Shalom 5.22.20 News and Notes
In one week we will be celebrating the Feast of Shavuot (the Feast of "Weeks"). This Friday, as a prelude to the upcoming feast, we are going to study how God prepared "A Fisherman for a Harvest." Yes, Peter and his brother Andrew were fisherman when they were called by the Lord to be among His disciples. Little did Peter know, that he would be chosen to be leader among the disciples. We will be looking at "snapshots" in the life and ministry of Peter, who believe me, had his fair share of "ups and downs." Come join us this Friday evening at 7:30 P.M. for Shabbat services "live stream" once again, as we worship, and have fun looking at the spiritual "chutzpah" of the one and only Peter.
*** The notes for the message can be download from the Adat Shalom website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org
See you at the LiveStream, feel free to send a chat or comment.
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Shavu’ot, also called the Feast of Weeks, is a harvest festival. Traditionally, the Jewish people commemorate this as the time when Moses received the Ten Commandments at Mount Sinai. The word Shavuot means weeks, and the festival of Shavuot marks the completion of the seven-week counting period between Passover and Shavuot. It is one of the three Biblical pilgrimage festivals where the Jewish people were commanded to go up to Jerusalem and marks the conclusion of the Counting of the Omer, which began on the 2nd day of Passover. In the New Covenant, this is the time in the book of Acts where there was a great spiritual harvest when the Holy Spirit was given to those believers who were gathered with Peter in Jerusalem, also known Pentecost.
It is traditional to eat dairy foods such as cheesecake, cheese blintzes, and cheese kreplach among Ashkenazi Jews during this feast. The Torah is likened to milk, as the verse says, “Like honey and milk [the Torah] lies under your tongue” (Song of Songs 4:11). Also, the Promised Land (Israel) was referred to as the “land that flows with milk and honey.” Another tradition is to read the Book of Ruth as the setting for Ruth is the barley harvest time.
*** Shavu’ot is one of the times at Adat Shalom where we take Communion together as a congregation. As we are not able to meet at this time, we encourage you all to gather your own elements; bread and wine (or grape juice) in order to partake together next week as we participate in our “virtual communion” together.

See you tonight at 7:30pm for our Erev Shabbat LiveStream Service on YouTube
This is the link to our Channel’s main page:
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Adat Shalom 5.15.20 News and Notes

Have you ever been in a seemingly hopeless situation? With our country in lock-down mode, and millions of people losing their jobs, have you felt a little hopeless of late? I know I have. We are living in extraordinary times. This Friday, we are going to see a man who was in a very hopeless situation. Fortunately for him, he would have an encounter with the Son of God, who would miraculously and dramatically change his desperate circumstances. For with God, "all things are possible."

Come join us Friday evening at 7:30 PM, for another live-stream Shabbat service at Adat Shalom. Don't miss this encouraging story, and message of hope in a time of despair.

Feel free to send a chat or comment. You can download the Sermon notes from the Adat Shalom website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org

Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas
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Women's Bible Study THIS Sat, May 16th at Noon:
Since we are still not able to meet up at the congregation, this month we will be holding our women's Bible study in the home of one of our members on Sat, May 16th at Noon. We will be looking for encouragement from Psalm 13, a psalm of David. We hope you can join us. Ladies, bring a sack lunch, Adat will provide dessert. Please contact us for the address: [email protected] or call the office at 972-271-4976.

Bagels and Bibles is NOT meeting this week, please stay tuned for future announcements.

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Adat Shalom 5.8.20 News and Notes

This week we thought we'd have a little "fun" in the word of God and do a study in the book of Proverbs. The message is titled - "Jewish Proverbs for Living in a Pandemic." Proverbs contains so much practical instruction for believers, and I'm certain you will receive a blessing. So join us tonight for "live-stream" worship and the word.
*** The notes for the message can be downloaded from the Adat Shalom web-site. www.adatshalom-dallas.org

See you at the LiveStream, feel free to send a chat or comment.
Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIxzuEgwqKWBGhfpodynM_Q

Women's Bible Study Announcement:

Since we are still not able to meet up at the congregation, this month we will resume our women's Bible study by meeting in the home of one of our members on Sat, May 16th at Noon. We will be looking for encouragement from Psalm 13, a psalm of David. We hope you can join us. Ladies, bring a sack lunch, Adat will provide dessert. Please contact us for the address by emailing us at: [email protected] or by calling 972-271-4976.

Come join us tonight for our Erev Shabbat Services at Adat Shalom, every Friday evening at 7:30pm CT. on YouTube: Adat Shalom Dallas Channel
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See YOU tonight on YouTube LiveStream services at Adat Shalom, 7:30pm
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Adat Shalom News and Notes 5.1.20
Please come join us again this Friday night at 7:30pm for our "live-stream" Erev Shabbat services at Adat Shalom. This Friday, we will be looking at Matthew 24 as a guide to a big picture look at the book of Revelation. Chad Hutchins will be sharing some his personal views on his approach to the end times. We will also have a brief, but poignant discussion on our society's reaction to the Covid 19 pandemic, and how it may foreshadow the world's response to the severe crises, that will be on a much larger scale during the future tribulation period that precedes Messiah's return. Sound interesting? You bet!
Come join us Friday for worship and some stimulating teaching in the scriptures. As always, notes can be downloaded from our website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org Looking forward to actually fellowshipping with all of you real soon.
This is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service:
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Adat Shalom 4.24.20 News and Notes

Please join us this Friday evening as we close our “live-stream” mini-series on the Story of Passover. Last week we had part one of the Call of Moses. Moses, having lived as a shepherd in the land of Midian for the last forty years, was now being called by God to deliver the sons of Israel from the harsh bondage of Egypt, to Canaan, “a land flowing with milk and honey”. As exciting as this sounded, Moses had great reluctance about talking on this monumental task. He had a number of misgivings and fears and needed to be persuaded to go. To be honest, I believe we all would be a bit reluctant if we were called to lead over two million people to freedom, and face down the world’s most powerful leader, Pharaoh of Egypt. What would God do to persuade Moses? We will find out Friday night. Come and join us at Adat Shalom for “live-stream” worship and teaching. We would love to see you there.

YouTube: Adat Shalom Dallas Channel

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*** Sermon Outlines for each message are available to download from our website under "Sermon Notes" every week so you can follow along with the message. www.adatshalom-dallas.org

This Friday we will take a portion of our service to commemorate Yom YaShoah.
Yom HaShoah, also known as Holocaust Remembrance Day, is a day that we commemorate the 6 Million Jewish people who were lost in the Holocaust. It's an opportunity to honor them and to teach the next generation to NEVER FORGET! This is becoming harder and harder as so many of the Holocaust survivors pass away and schools are not teaching about the Holocaust as an important part of history. We are seeing anti-Semitism raise its ugly head more and more around the world. It is our duty to share God's promises to the Jewish people, including the Good News of the Messiah.

Adat Shalom Service 4.17.20

Shabbat Shalom!

We hope you enjoyed our live-stream Passover Seder last Friday. A big thank you to our worship team and those who helped with putting on the Seder presentation. This Friday night we will continue our teaching series on "The Story of Passover". When we left off last time, Moses had escaped the wrath of Pharaoh, and had come to the land of Midian. He would spend the next forty years living as a shepherd in the land of Midian. This Friday, we will see God's calling of Moses (at the ripe young age of eighty) to go and deliver the sons of Israel from the bondage of Egypt. Moses would turn and see a "marvelous sight", a bush burning with fire, but not consumed. Yep, that would get my attention too.

Join us on our YouTube LiveStream:

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Adat Shalom Service 4.17.20 News and Notes

We hope you enjoyed our live-stream Passover Seder last Friday. A big thank you to our worship team and those who helped with putting on the Seder presentation. This Friday night we will continue our teaching series on "The Story of Passover". When we left off last time, Moses had escaped the wrath of Pharaoh, and had come to the land of Midian. He would spend the next forty years living as a shepherd in the land of Midian. This Friday, we will see God's calling of Moses (at the ripe young age of eighty) to go and deliver the sons of Israel from the bondage of Egypt. Moses would turn and see a "marvelous sight", a bush burning with fire, but not consumed. Yep, that would get my attention too.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIxzuEgwqKWBGhfpodynM_Q

Next Friday we will take a portion of our service to commemorate Yom HaShoah.
Yom HaShoah, also known as Holocaust Remembrance Day, is a day that we commemorate the 6 Million Jewish people who were lost in the Holocaust. It's an opportunity to honor them and to teach the next generation to NEVER FORGET! This is becoming harder and harder as so many of the Holocaust survivors pass away and schools are not teaching about the Holocaust as an important part of history. We are seeing anti-Semitism raise its ugly head more and more around the world. It is our duty to share God's promises to the Jewish people, including the Good News of the Messiah.

So thankful for all of those who were able to join us for our Passover Seder Friday night. We had a wonderful time even though we could not be with you in person, we were blessed to have so many of you watching on line. If you were unable to attend, not to worry.... it's still available on YouTube, just follow the link below. And as we say, next year, maybe, in Jerusalem! Chag Semeach Passover!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK-OEXSD288

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Passover Seder, 4/10/2020

So thankful for all of those who were able to join us for our Passover Seder Friday night. We had a wonderful time even though we could not be with you in person, we were blessed to have so many of you watching on line. If you were unable to attend, not to worry.... it's still available on YouTube, just follow the link below. And as we say, next year, maybe, in Jerusalem! Chag Semeach Passover!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK-OEXSD288

Join us for Adat Shalom's special Passover Seder TONIGHT, Friday, April 10th at 7:30pm.

Why is this Passover different then all other Passovers? because we're LiveStreaming it!

Just go to YouTube - Type in: Adat Shalom Dallas Channel

We may not be able to meet together in person this year, but that will not stop us from celebrating the great and marvelous miracle the Lord did for us in the great redemption story long ago, in Egypt and in our lives today. A timeless story for ALL mankind!

Just go to our website and download the Passover Seder booklet (Haggadah) and shopping list, so you can prepare your own seder table and follow along from your own home. www.adatshalom-dallas.org

We welcome you to join us every Friday night at 7:30pm for our regular Erev Shabbat Service at Adat Shalom!
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Temple Emanu-El is a vibrant Reform Jewish community that strives to be a place of sacred encounter. www.tedallas.org

Connecting Dallas Connecting Dallas
Dallas

For those who are new to Dallas and looking to connect with the Dallas Jewish community. Looking to connect with schools, synagogues, area realtors, social gatherings, classes and courses, volunteer or networking opportunities? We can connect you!

Congregation Shearith Israel Congregation Shearith Israel
9401 Douglas Ave
Dallas, 75225

Dallas Jewish families love our warm community, inspiring Shabbat services, holiday programs, religious classes, and fun for all ages. Join us!