Hosted at the beautiful Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, Florida! Come enjoy the Feast of The Lord, meet new mishpocha, and enjoy the sunshine!!!


Registration Opens on the first day of the Count of the Omer. April 20th!

Sowing seeds for His glory and His harvest. Come learn from these inspired teachers of His word!

To Book your stay at the beautiful Rosen Shingle Creek click below or call and mention Shavuot 2014 for a special discounted rate!

What is Shavuot?

The Harvest of the Wheat

The Hebrew word sheva means seven, shavu'ah means week, and shavu'ot means weeks. Exactly seven weeks after the first harvest of barley is the celebration of Shavuot ("weeks"), one of the three pilgrimage holidays where Israel would come to the mishkan (and later the Temple) to present the firstfruits of their spring crops before the LORD. Since Shavuot occurs on the 50th day after Passover, the Greek translators of the Torah called this day "Pentecost."

Event Highlights

  • Praise and Worship
  • Teachings
  • Dance Workshops
  • Hebrew Classes
  • Roundtable Discussions
  • Youth Classes
  • Childcare

Offering our First Harvest to The Lord

The first fruits of the crops were called bikkurim, and referred especially to Shivat Haminim (the seven species of fruits) of the Promised Land:

Wheat, barley, grapes, figs, pomegranates, olives, and dates (Deut. 8:8). As soon as an Israelite farmer saw the first sign of ripening fruit in his field or orchard, he would tie a string or ribbon around it and designate it as bikkurim.