Seekers Begin New Studies

Seekers Begin New Studies

Seekers meets Sundays @ 10:00 a.m. via ZOOM

Following Lent, the Seekers will begin the following studies.

“My Search for Messiah” with Michael Rydelnik

April 11 and 18

Jewish studies professor Dr. Michael Rydelnik was a freshman in high school when his mother, a Holocaust survivor, revealed her secret faith in Jesus as the Messiah of Israel. While studying the Hebrew Bible to convince his mother of the error of her way, he came face-to-face with the truth of Scripture. In this compelling presentation he returns to Jerusalem and the Western Wall to share his compelling story and retrace the path of his search for Messiah.

“The Appointed Times” with Michael Rydelnik, Avner Boskey and Michael Brown

April 25 – May 16

Today in Israel and throughout the Jewish world the annual cycle of holy days continue to be observed. From the making of unleavened bread to the blowing of trumpets, these spring and fall feasts provide rest, remembrance, and renewal, calling people back to God.

In this 4-part presentation, Michael Rydelnik, Avner Boskey, and Michael Brown spend time in Israel uncovering the historical, agricultural, sacrificial, and prophetic understanding of the sacred feasts. Although some believe these appointed times are only relevant for the people of Israel, this team of Jewish scholars and followers of Jesus are convinced that they hold more significance: that the spring and fall feasts are fulfilled in Jesus’ death, burial, resurrection, and promise of His return. See in stunning detail how together, these feasts unfold God’s grand story of redemption for the entire world.

To participate in the discussion, email Anthony Caronna for study information and the ZOOM invite.