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2020 Printable Calendar
For those who would like to find out about coming festivals and new moon days, and also those who want to do their planning for the year, taking into account the Scriptural reckoning of days, weeks, months and years, we have published a 2020 calendar, based on the best available information.
Please click here to view ... or print out a copy for yourself, if you prefer.
New Moon 2020 to 2025
Please click here to see a comprehensive list of the days, each month between Jan 2020 and Dec 2025, upon which the New Moon is expected to be seen in Jerusalem.
Next Shabbat Meeting
- Shabbat Meeting
1 Feb 2020
- Shabbat Meeting
Next New Moon
- New Moon Meeting
25 Feb 2020
Next Annual Feast Day
- Pesach Meeting
8 Apr 2020
- Pesach Meeting
Torah Study Groups
Please click here to find a Torah Study Group in your area, or to list your group, for the sake of others who may be looking for a group to join, within reach from where they are living.
This week’s Torah Reading
Please click here to view or print out a copy for yourself, if you prefer, of the complete list of Torah Parashot (Torah Portions) for 2019/2020. The Torah reading cycle traditionally begins on the Shabbat following Yom Shemini (The Eighth Day), which will be in our months of September or October. The backbone of this reading cycle are the five books of the Torah: Bereshit, Shemot, Wayyikra, Bemidbar and Devarim.
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Test your Knowledge
Find out how well you know certain parts of Scriptures by clicking on the topic of your choice. We have compiled a 10 question Quiz on each of these topics. We are certain that young and old will find these tests challenging, but also enjoyable and rewarding!
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WeG for Cellphones
The Afrikaans translation of the Biblical Scriptures known as Woord en Getuienis is now available to be used in combination with a very helpful and widely used Word Study Application for Android cellphones.
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Tag Archives: jerusalem
Many names are given to the Eastern Gate of the city of Jerusalem – among others: Golden Gate, Beautiful Gate, Twin Gate, Gate of Eternity and Sha’ar Harachamin, which means: Gate of Mercy. The gate was closed up by the Muslems in 810, opened up again by the Crusaders in 1102, and once again closed … Continue reading
Tydens die Babiloniese ballingskap (ongeveer 550 v.M.) profeteer die profeet Yegeskel (Esegiël) van ŉ tydperk wanneer daar (weer) ŉ tempel gebou gaan word en daar ŉ muur rondom die stad sal wees wat 12 poorte bevat: “En dit is die uitgange van die stad: aan die noordekant vier duisend vyf honderd el lengtemaat (4500 el … Continue reading
Yaákov en Dawied het besondere geloftes teenoor Yahweh oor Yerushalayiem gemaak (Gen 28:20-22 En Yaákov het ‘n gelofte gedoen en gesê: As Elohiem met my sal wees om my te bewaar op hierdie weg wat ek gaan … dan sal Yahweh my Elohiem wees. En hierdie klip wat ek as gedenksteen opgerig het, sal ‘n … Continue reading
In the tweets and the blogs that flood the internet these days, in the news columns and various other forms of modern-day media, in the songs and the poems and the writings by able artists and scholars, the name “Jerusalem” is arguably mentioned more frequently and more passionately, and surrounded by more emotion, than the … Continue reading