About the Event
On Wednesday, July 30, Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Colorado Springs will host a free exhibition of Ancient Hebrew Scrolls, sponsored by the Christian Heritage Foundation located in Cleburne, Texas.
This exhibition will present the only complete set of the entire Tanakh in the whole world that you can see. The other three known sets are in the Vatican and are not open to public viewing. All 39 books of the Old Testament will be present in 16 Ancient Hebrew scrolls. In addition, the display will include 6 Torah Scrolls, one as old as 600 years, as well as a 300 year old Haftarah, a collection of Torah portions from the Prophets used during times of gentile reign over Israel.
The exhibition will open at 6:30 pm and end at 9 pm. There will be a 40 minute lecture about the process of producing the scrolls and the ways in which God has preserved his Word given by Messianic Rabbi Marty Cohen at 7:30pm. Holy Trinity Anglican Church is located at 13990 Gleneagle Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80921. Phone is 719 964-1838. Direction to the church is available at http://www.holytrinityanglicanchurch.org.
When & Where
Founded in 2013, the Anselm Society's goal is a renaissance of the Christian imagination. The Society is a Colorado Springs-based initiative that seeks to understand and spread the magnificence of God through His presence in the good, the true, and the beautiful.