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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)

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> 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 Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People 09/23/2021

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People

Adat Shalom 9.24.21 News and Notes and Sukkot!
Chag Sukkot Semeach!!! Come Celebrate with Us!

Thank you for the wonderful times of worship and fellowship that we have had together for the high holidays. Whether you joined us "in person" or on live stream, we really appreciate the love and support that you have given Adat Shalom throughout the years. This Friday we will celebrate the Feast of Sukkot with our annual dinner, Sukkot service, and special worship in the Sukkah that we construct each year. During the Feast of Sukkot, we are commanded to celebrate and rejoice in the Lord for His continual grace and provision for us. So come join us this Friday for the Feast of Sukkot. If you have not yet registered for our dinner, please call us to see if we can "squeeze" you in ($5 per person).
*** Dinner will start PROMPTLY at 7:30pm.
*** Our live stream service will begin AFTER dinner at 8:30pm in our sanctuary.
*** Then we will go out into the Sukkah to shake the etrog and lulav and worship in song!
Hope to see you there.

The notes for the message can be downloaded from the Adat Shalom website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org Just click on the Sermon Notes tab.
Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the office, 972-271-4976.

Other Adat Shalom News:
Time to Build the Sukkah, TONIGHT, Thurs, Sep 23rd, 5-8pm Come on out and help us build our congregational sukkah. If you are able to gather some of the foliage, we are in need of some of these branches to cover the sukkah;
Palm / Cattails Willow/ Mesquite Myrtle

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People High Holiday Services at Adat Shalom 2021 September 7, 2021 by Karen Rose Join us for the High Holy Days at Adat Shalom. All are Welcome. Adat Shalom does not charge for any of our High Holy Day services, except for the Dinner for Sukkot, which is only $5 per person and requires a reservation. Pleas...

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People 09/16/2021

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People

Adat Shalom 9.17.21 News and Notes and Yom Kippur

This Friday we will be having our special Yom Kippur service. Yes, I know that it's the day after the actual date of Yom Kippur (Thursday), but we are committed to our weekly Friday night Shabbat services, and hold it to the closest Friday possible. So come join us this Friday for Yom Kippur, and learn about the most holy day of the year for the Jewish people. We will have an extended time of Messianic worship, an introduction to Yom Kippur, special prayers, and responsive reading. We will also have a special message that will focus on ,"Our Eternal Covering." So come join our "in person" services this Friday, beginning at 7:30pm at Grace Bible Church in North Dallas. We will also be live streaming the services beginning at the same time. Since the Yom Kippur fast day will be over at this time, we will also have our usual warm time of food and fellowship at the conclusion of our services. Hope to see you there.

The notes for the message can be downloaded from the Adat Shalom website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org Just click on the Sermon Notes tab.
We will continue to LiveStream the service for those who are unable to attend, feel free to send a chat or comment.
Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the office, 972-271-4976.

Other Adat Shalom News:
Our "Regular" Oneg has resumed! but there are a few NEW rules.
*** ONEG will be meeting in the YOUTH GARAGE AREA from now on. ***You are welcome to bring food items, but they must be ready to eat, on serving dishes. Foods should NOT need to be heated or assembled. If your food needs to be kept warm, consider bringing it in a Crock Pot. And remember, no Pork or Shellfish, please. Thank you for your cooperation! And your yummy food!!

High Holiday Services at Adat Shalom
Sukkot Service & Dinner, Friday, Sep 24th, 7:30pm
This is the LAST NIGHT to SIGN UP for the DINNER
(Sukkot Dinner - $5 per person
Call and make your Reservation 972-271-4976)

* Time to Build the Sukkah, Thurs, Sep 23rd (time to be announced). Come on out and help us build our congregational sukkah. See Donn Hethcock tonight for the details.

* Join us for Sukkot Service & Dinner on Friday, September 24th at 7:30pm. Sukkot, or “Feast of Booths” celebrates the final fall harvest and is the last of God’s appointed feasts. Booth-like structures are built as a reminder of the temporary dwelling of the Israelites in the wilderness. When the Messiah comes back, after Israel’s final day of atonement, sukkot will be celebrated by all in Jerusalem. Zechariah 4:16; Leviticus 23:33-36
* This is the last night to make your reservation for our Sukkot Dinner, only $5 per person. We'll have a great time that evening, eating together and spending time in the Sukkah! Dinner begins at 7:30pm and the In-Person Service and LiveStream begins at 8:30pm. Make your plans to be there! Call or email us today! 972-271-4976 or [email protected]

* NO Men's or Women's Bible study this month due to the busy High Holiday schedule. See YOU next month!

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People High Holiday Services at Adat Shalom 2021 August 19, 2021 by Karen Rose Join us for the High Holy Days at Adat Shalom. All are Welcome. Adat Shalom does not charge for any of our High Holy Day services, except for the Dinner for Sukkot, which is $5 per person and requires a reservation. Please call....

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People 09/09/2021

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People

Adat Shalom 9.10.21 News and Notes & High Holidays

It's been a busy week with our regular Friday night Shabbat service and our special Rosh Hashanah Monday service. According to the Jewish civil calendar, it's a new year, and we hope and pray that it will be a healthy and fruitful year for all of us. Since it is a new year, and we are "in between" high holidays, this Friday we will have a special message on "Maintaining a Balanced Spiritual Diet." We all know how important it is to have a good, balanced diet for the nourishment and health of our physical bodies. Well, our spiritual lives need a balanced "spiritual" diet to maintain our spiritual health and well-being. So come join us this Friday for erev Shabbat Services, beginning at 7:30pm at Grace Bible Church. We will have uplifting worship, biblical teaching, and after services, a warm time of food and fellowship. We also live stream our services beginning at 7:30pm as well. Don't forget to also join us for our special services of Yom Kippur, and the celebration of Sukkot.

The notes for the message can be downloaded from the Adat Shalom website www.adatshalom-dallas.org Just click on the Sermon Notes tab.
We will continue to LiveStream the service for those who are unable to attend, feel free to send a chat or comment.
Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the office, 972-271-4976.

Other Adat Shalom News:
Our "Regular" Oneg has resumed! but there are a few NEW rules.
*** ONEG will be meeting in the YOUTH GARAGE AREA from now on. ***You are welcome to bring food items, but they must be ready to eat, on serving dishes. Foods should NOT need to be heated or assembled. If your food needs to be kept warm, consider bringing it in a Crock Pot. And remember, no Pork or Shellfish, please. Thank you for your cooperation! And your yummy food!!

High Holiday Services at Adat Shalom
* Yom Kippur – Friday, Sep 17th, 7:30pm
* Sukkot Service & Dinner, Friday, Sep 24th, 7:30pm
(Sukkot Dinner - $5 per person, Call and make your Reservation 972-271-4976)

Join us for Yom Kippur Service at Adat Shalom – Friday, September 17th, 7:30pm. Yom Kippur is the most solemn day of the Jewish year. In Bible days, it was the time when the high priest went in before the Lord with the blood of a sacrificed animal to beg forgiveness for the sins of the people. This pointed toward the time when the Messiah would come and offer His own blood as a permanent atonement for our sins, resulting in forgiveness and eternal life. Leviticus 23:26-32.

Join us for Sukkot Service & Dinner on Friday, September 24th at 7:30pm. Sukkot, or “Feast of Booths” celebrates the final fall harvest and is the last of God’s appointed feasts. Booth-like structures are built as a reminder of the temporary dwelling of the Israelites in the wilderness. When the Messiah comes back, after Israel’s final day of atonement, sukkot will be celebrated by all in Jerusalem. Zechariah 4:16; Leviticus 23:33-36
- Dinner - We will eat together, first, at 7:30pm
- Service and LiveStream begins at 8:30pm
Then we will gather together in the Sukkah for a celebratory time; waving the etrog and lulav and for a time of joyful singing!
*** Reservations for Dinner must be made ahead of time - only $5 per person.
A Gentle Reminder - Please contact us ASAP to RSVP and reserve your spot, 972-271-4976 or Email: [email protected]

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People High Holiday Services at Adat Shalom 2021 August 19, 2021 by Karen Rose Join us for the High Holy Days at Adat Shalom. All are Welcome. Adat Shalom does not charge for any of our High Holy Day services, except for the Dinner for Sukkot, which is $5 per person and requires a reservation. Please call....

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People 09/02/2021

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People

Shabbat Shalom 9.3.21 News and Notes and High Holy Days

In our last message we read about Paul’s heartfelt burden for his people Israel who, for the most part, had rejected their Messiah (9:1-5). However, this did not mean that the word of God "failed" concerning Israel for “they are not all Israel who are descended from Israel (9:6).” Paul then explained how that God had sovereignly chosen from among Abraham’s descendants,
those who would be the “children of promise.” It was according
to God’s sovereign choice that Isaac was chosen instead of Ishmael, and that Jacob was called instead of Esau (9:7-13).
In this week's message, Paul anticipates the question; “Is God unjust when He chooses one over the other?” Was it “fair” to choose Jacob over Esau even before they were born, and “had not done anything good or bad?” Well, Rabbi Paul will answer this question. So come join us this Friday for erev Shabbat services, beginning at 7:30pm. We will have uplifting worship, another challenging study in Romans, and food and warm fellowship afterwards. If you are unable to come personally, join our live-stream service that begins at the same time. Also, don't forget, we have a special Rosh Hashanah service Monday evening at 7:30pm, and we would love to have you join us for that as well. Hope to see you soon.

The notes for the message can be downloaded from the Adat Shalom website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org Just click on the Sermon Notes tab.
We will continue to LiveStream the service for those who are unable to attend, feel free to send a chat or comment.
Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the office, 972-271-4976.

Other Adat Shalom News:
Our "Regular" Oneg has resumed! but there are a few NEW rules.
*** ONEG will be meeting in the YOUTH GARAGE AREA from now on. ***You are welcome to bring food items, but they must be ready to eat, on serving dishes. Foods should NOT need to be heated or assembled. If your food needs to be kept warm, consider bringing it in a Crock Pot. And remember, no Pork or Shellfish, please. Thank you for your cooperation! And your yummy food!!

* Rosh Hashanah Service - MONDAY, Sept 6th, 7:30pm - Join us for the first of the High Holidays, Rosh Hashanah. which marks the beginning of the Jewish Civil New Year.
God commanded the blowing of trumpets on the first day of the seventh month to call the congregation for a very solemn assembly. Rosh HaShanah is a time of self-evaluation and repentance. For those who know the Messiah, it is a time of praise because we know that we have eternal forgiveness in Him. Leviticus 23:24-25. It is traditional to eat sweet things on Rosh Hashanah, for a sweet New Year. Please bring your favorite honey cake, fruits, nuts or Rosh Hashanah dish to share at Oneg. Adat Shalom will provide Apples and Honey for everyone.

High Holiday Services at Adat Shalom
* Rosh Hashanah – MONDAY, Sept 6th, 7:30pm
* Yom Kippur – Friday, Sep 17th, 7:30pm
* Sukkot Service & Dinner, Friday, Sep 24th, 7:30pm
(Sukkot Dinner - $5 per person)
*** Call and make your Reservation 972-271-4976 ***

Don't forget to make your reservation for our Sukkot Dinner on Friday, Sept 24th, only $5 per person. We'll have a great time that evening, eating together and spending time in the Sukkah! Make your plans to be there! Call or email us today! 972-271-4976 or [email protected]

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People Rosh Hashanah Service August 18, 2021 by Karen Rose Rosh HaShanah marks the beginning of the civil year and is the Jewish New Year’s Day. God commanded the blowing of trumpets on the first day of the seventh month to call the congregation for a very solemn assembly. Traditionally Rosh HaShanah is ...

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Adat Shalom 8.27.21 News and Notes and High Holidays

This Friday, we will begin an exciting new section in our study of the book of Romans. At this point in his letter to believers in Rome, Paul turns his attention to Israel. His reason for this,is because many in Israel had rejected their Messiah, and the gospel was now being proclaimed, and received among the Gentiles. Well, what happened to Israel? Were they not chosen by God to receive the adoption as sons, the glory, the covenants, the Law, and were they not to receive the promises given to Abraham their father? Did the word of God "fail?" Well Paul would answer these vital questions in this next section titled, "Paul's Discourse on the Present and Future status of Israel." So come join us for part one of this exciting new section concerning Israel and the Jewish people. Our Shabbat Services are on Friday nights beginning at 7:30pm. We will have meaningful worship, a rich study in God's word, and a little "nosh," and warm fellowship directly after services. We live-stream our services beginning at the same time if you wish to join us at home.

Also, don't forget to make note of our special Fall holiday service times that are almost upon us. Hope to see you this Shabbat.

The notes for the message can be downloaded from the Adat Shalom website. www.adatshalom-dallas.org Just click on the Sermon Notes tab.
We will continue to LiveStream the service for those who are unable to attend, feel free to send a chat or comment.
Here is the link to our YouTube Channel page for the service: Adat Shalom Dallas
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the office, 972-271-4976.

Other Adat Shalom News:
Our "Regular" Oneg has resumed! but there are a few NEW rules.
*** ONEG will be meeting in the YOUTH GARAGE AREA from now on. ***You are welcome to bring food items, but they must be ready to eat, on serving dishes. Foods should NOT need to be heated or assembled. If your food needs to be kept warm, consider bringing it in a Crock Pot. And remember, no Pork or Shellfish, please. Thank you for your cooperation! And your yummy food!!

Rosh Hashanah Service - MONDAY, Sept 6th, 7:30pm - Join us for the first of the High Holidays, Rosh Hashanah. which marks the beginning of the Jewish Civil New Year.
God commanded the blowing of trumpets on the first day of the seventh month to call the congregation for a very solemn assembly. Rosh HaShanah is a time of self-evaluation and repentance. For those who know the Messiah, it is a time of praise because we know that we have eternal forgiveness in Him. Leviticus 23:24-25. It is traditional to eat sweet things on Rosh Hashanah, for a sweet New Year. Please bring your favorite honey cake or Rosh Hashanah dish to share at Oneg. Adat Shalom will provide Apples and Honey for everyone.

High Holiday Services at Adat Shalom
Rosh Hashanah – MONDAY, Sept 6th, 7:30pm
Yom Kippur – Friday, Sep 17th, 7:30pm
Sukkot Service & Dinner, Friday, Sep 24th, 7:30pm

(Sukkot Dinner - $5 per person, Call and make your Reservation 972-271-4976)
*** Don't forget to make your reservation for our Sukkot Dinner on Friday, Sept 24th, only $5 per person. We'll have a great time that evening, eating together and spending time in the Sukkah! Make your plans to be there! Call or email us today! 972-271-4976 or [email protected]

Adat Shalom Congregation – Bringing the Good News of the Jewish Messiah to the Jewish People Rosh Hashanah Service August 18, 2021 by Karen Rose Rosh HaShanah marks the beginning of the civil year and is the Jewish New Year’s Day. God commanded the blowing of trumpets on the first day of the seventh month to call the congregation for a very solemn assembly. Traditionally Rosh HaShanah is ...

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Beth El Binah is a Reform Jewish Congregation welcoming people of all backgrounds. And we have plenty of parking.

Baruch HaShem Messianic Synagogue Baruch HaShem Messianic Synagogue
6304 Belt Line Rd
Dallas, 75254-7867

This is the official page for Baruch HaShem Messianic Synagogue in Dallas, Texas. Our Shabbat services start at 10:40 AM each Saturday.

Shearith Israel Family Center Shearith Israel Family Center
9401 Douglas Ave
Dallas, 75225

Creating strong Jewish families, by connecting home and community.

Temple Shalom Brotherhood Temple Shalom Brotherhood
6930 Alpha Rd
Dallas, 75240

Temple Shalom Brotherhood is the men's auxiliary for Temple Shalom, a Reform Jewish Congregation in Dallas, Texas.

Chabad on Campus - DFW Chabad on Campus - DFW
6710 Levelland Rd
Dallas, 75252

Welcome to Chabad on Campus- serving students in DFW Universities. We are the heart of Jewish student life on campus. Join us on OrgSync and Twitter.

Baruch HaShem Ministerio Mesianico en Español Baruch HaShem Ministerio Mesianico en Español
6304 Belt Line Road
Dallas, 75254

Baruch HaShem (BHS) es una creciente sinagoga mesiánica en el norte de Dallas. El Ministerio Mesiánico en Español es un parte integral de la sinagoga.

Congregation Ohev Shalom Congregation Ohev Shalom
6821 McCallum Boulevard,
Dallas, 75252

inform our members about programs and events that are going on at Ohev Shalom in Dallas Tx. We are part of the North Dallas Eruv and are Torah observant

Young Israel of Dallas Synagogue Young Israel of Dallas Synagogue
6504 D***s Way
Dallas, 75230

The Israeli Orthodox Synagogue of Dallas Texas. Page By Peerly Butbul

Ohev Israel Foundation Ohev Israel Foundation
5814 Harvest Hill Rd
Dallas, 75230

Our Mission: Show the poor of Israel the love of the G-d of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, relieve the suffering of the needy in the Land of Israel, bring home to Israel dispersed Jews from all over the world, help all Jews find their portion in the Torah