Sunday Service: 9:30am

Year of Jubilee

In Numbers 36:4, we see that on the Day of Atonement, the blowing of a ram’s horn would indicate the start of the year of Jubilee. The Israelites would dedicate this year as a year of rest to God, acknowledging
that God would provide for their needs. The Year of Jubilee, which came every 50th year, was a year full of releasing people from their debts, releasing all slaves, and returning property to who owned it (Leviticus 25:1-13). We will spend more time on this topic beginning in September, but, for now, we hope you will
be intrigued by what this “Jubilee” could mean to you, to your family, and to our family of faith.