A new month in the Jewish calendar is first the reminder our Great God works in the now, and continually makes all things new. He especially desires to make new His people who look to Him in faith and trust.
In Jewish history, Sivan is loaded with significance! Sivan is the third ecclesiastical month in the Jewish calendar. Exodus* 19:1 records, “In the third month after the Exodus of the Jewish People from Egypt, on that very day, they came to the Desert of Sinai.”
Rosh Chodesh Sivan remembers “that very day.” And there is much more to the importance of that very day, which will of course be explained in our worship time. You will want to be with us!
Be sure to bring a yummy dish to share with your friends!
5:30 p.m. Fellowship Meal together,
Praise and worship time to follow,
And of course, sighting the New Moon introducing Sivan!
* “Shemot,” or ‘S’mot’ in the HEB Bible