The Hirn Homeschoolers of Solel Sabbath Fellowship will be in western Kansas for Sukkot 2019. We would like to invite you to join us at our daughter, Rachel’s farm near Oberlin, Kansas for a Sabbath Day celebration on October 19th.
We will enjoy a time of worship and fellowship with games and dancing.
We will begin the day with a meal at noon CT. Please bring a Biblically clean dish or two to share. See below for our definition of clean eating.
If you are in the Kansas/Nebraska Area and would like to join us for a Sukkot Sabbath celebration please contact me for the address and more information @ email@example.com or call me @ 517 243 7761.
We really hope to see you for this fabulous fall feast.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING FOR THE MEAL?
We eat together each Sabbath, each family bringing food to share. As our guest, we do not expect you to bring anything at all! However, if you bring food, please know that we follow a biblically-clean diet. Some foods are unacceptable — and if you bring them, we’ll be kind but we just won’t eat them. Please don’t feel offended! Our guidelines are found in Leviticus 11, but in general, here are some pointers to keep in mind:
We do not eat any pork or shellfish.
Pork and shellfish are hidden as additives in many foods. For example, gelatin is made from pork, so we don’t eat marshmallows or Jello, unless we can find them from a source that we know is not from a biblically unclean animal.
Some other foods that sometimes contain unclean food are beef sausage casings, bread, salad dressings, pie crust, pastries and doughnuts, and commercially-prepared drinks.
When in doubt, bring only foods that have one of these symbols on the package:
Look for these common kosher symbols on food products.
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