The Feast of Trumpets, also known as Rosh Hashanah, celebrates the new year in Christ. It is believed that God created the world during this time. On this day, a shofar or trumpet is blown to mark the beginning of ten days called the “High Holy Days” or “Days of Awe.” The blowing of the trumpet serves as a “wake-up” call to honor God as King, to remember His goodness and His faithfulness to His people, and to reveal and awaken the conscience and soul of His people. The High Holy Days consist of 10 days of repentance, reflection, and restoration. This period ends on the Day of Atonement.
Things You Need to Know
- Begins sundown, Sunday, October 2nd and ends sundown, Monday, October 3rd.
- Feast of Trumpets Worship Celebration will be held Sunday, October 2nd, 7:00 p.m. at The KBC
- All believers are to bring a special sacrificial offering.
- Church Family Fast begins sundown, Monday, October 3rd and ends sundown, Wednesday, October 12th.
- Church Family Prayer Stations begin at noon, Tuesday, October 4th thru Friday, October 7th and Monday, October 10th thru Tuesday, October 11th at The KBC and Downtown – Houston – City Hall Reflection Pond on Smith St. between Walker and McKinney.
- Church Family Corporate Prayer begins at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, October 4th thru Friday, October 7th and Monday, October 10th at The KBC.