The dates for Yom Teruah 2020 are September 19th to September 20th in the Hebrew Year 5781.
Yom Teruah begins at sunset Friday, September 18th and ends at sunset Sunday, September 20th
(NOTE: Two days are listed, as only when two witnesses have seen the first light of the new moon can the actual Yom Teruah moed begin.)
Yom Teruah announces Yeshua’s wedding day, His Coronation as King, and the Day of the Sounding of the Shofar. The blowing of the shofars declares the solemn warning that the gates of heaven are open and that the Court in Heaven is in session. The blowing of the shofars announces the day of the resurrection of the righteous dead and the taking up of the living righteous – the wakening blast!
The Machzur: “100 Gates-100 Shofarot” book is available at: https://shofar.shuvu.tv/
Rabbi Itzhak Shapira and Pastor Mark Biltz, along with many others will perform the ceremony of The Coronation Of The Messiah, which they are calling 100 Gates – 100 Shofarot. The ceremony will take place over the two nights of Yam Teruah.
The Return Movement (https://thereturn.org/)
The Return is a movement, an appointed time, and a specific day set apart for one purpose – the return to God by coming before His presence in humility, in sincerity in prayer, and repentance. The movement will begin on the evening of September 18, 2020, coinciding with the start of Yom Teruah. The Return Live event will be Saturday, September 26, 2020 on the National Mall. Come to the Live Event in Washington or take part by Live Simulcast wherever you are – In your Home, Church, Town, or City!
Featured Speakers are:
And Many More!
The Moedim are Dress Rehearsals for prophetic events. The fall moedim have yet to be fulfilled. Yom Teruah is the first of the fall moedim, and will be fulfilled when Yeshua returns to resurrect the dead and rapture his bride. Praise Yahweh and may this Yom Teruah be the day for fulfilling this prophecy.
Break out the shofars! Blow the Shofars. Blow them over 100 times using four different types of blasts. The fourth and final blast, the Tekiah Ha’Gâdôl, is known to the Jews as the “Last Trump”. It is at the last trump that Paul tells us that we are changed from mortal to immortal, from corrupt to incorrupt (1 Corinthians 15:52)!