Yom Kippur 2014

Each year on Yom Kippur, I present a teaching from Leviticus 16 which describes the details of the High Priest’s duties on this auspicious day. I always accompany this teaching with a complete series of images projected from my iPad. (These are not published on the website since they are copyrighted.) However, due to a glitch with the wireless connection with the projector, no images were available. So, at the last moment I just acted out the teaching on the stage while the people employed their imaginations. Anyway, what you hear now is the result. I do hope you find it a blessing.


No Visuals

Categories Media, The Moedim | Tags: , , , , | Posted on October 5, 2014

Social Networks: RSS Facebook Twitter Google del.icio.us Stumble Upon Digg Reddit


  1. by Ann Green

    On October 9, 2014

    The pictures your explained were wonderful images on so many levels. The images you were using were they from different sources? Thank you for the beauty you showed in the sacrifice of the bull and the red heifer

  2. by L. Grant Luton

    On October 10, 2014

    Ann, The images I use at Yom Kippur do come from a number of sources, but especially from “The Pictorial Avodah Series:The Yom Kippur Avodah”. It is nearly impossible to find in stores but is available online.

  3. by HL Gibson

    On October 10, 2014

    Nothing in the sermon was diminished simply because the technology refused to cooperate. On the contrary, the whole experience was more realistic, tangible, and almost interactive, as if I was experiencing it firsthand. The importance of the message was conveyed quite well without the use of pictures.

  4. by L. Grant Luton

    On October 19, 2014

    Heather, Thank you so much for your kind remarks. I must trust that God had a purpose in the iPad malfunction. But others have also commented that they enjoyed the “live action’ portrayal of the Yom Kippur service, so we may just continue to do it this way next year! However, I may call up some volunteers to be props. Interested? 🙂 Shalom,

Leave a Reply

close window

Service Times & Directions

Weekly Shabbat Services

Prayer Time: 9:30 am

Morning Study: 11:00 am

Afternoon Oneg: 12:00 pm

View Larger Map
Southeast Church of the Nazarene
771 Dunbar Road
Talmadge, OH 44278.