Our next Rosh Chodesh dinner will be this coming Thursday at 6:30 at The Other Place (469 East 300 South). Please let Cindy and/or Bev know how many will be attending in your party.

                                  NEW MEETING TIME COMING!

Beginning the weekend of September 12 we will cease meeting on Friday evening and begin meeting on Saturday afternoon. Meetings will start at 2:00 pm with dinner following the Torah study. We will also meet every shabbat; we will no longer take the fourth shabbat off (although we will continue with the roundtable discussions when a fifth shabbat occurs in a month).

For Yom Teruah, we will meet first at the Asian Potato (8745 South 700 East) and then proceeding to Amphitheatre Park (1245 East 9400 South) to blow shofars over the valley. The King is coming!


We will be meeting this erev shabbat–on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 5th Fridays–at the Salt Lake City Mission. If you’re like me, you hear “mission” and think “oh dear …”. Have no fears. You will love it. For those of you worried about COVID 19 and its spread among the homeless, you can also be at peace over that. Since the virus erupted, no homeless persons have entered the Mission. Workers have taken food out, but they have not come in, not one of them. The Mission is not being used at all on Friday nights or Saturdays, so there won’t be any conflicts.

The address is 1151 South Redwood Rd., Suite 106. There will be a sign replaced, but for now, because of some updating of the structure, the sign is down. Just watch for Suite 106. There is some parking in the front, and more in the back.


In response to the current crisis, FFOZ has given free online access to the Torah Club Leviticus Bible study from now until the study concludes in mid-May.  It is free to everyone.  Please use this link!!

For those who aren’t aware, there are 17 (as of 11pm tonight, May 12) Hebrew videos uploaded since we started doing them on YouTube.

A word of the LORD given to Beverly Wallin on 03/19/20:
“I am Immovable! I am the One who is the same yesterday, today and forever. When things begin to shake around you, when you are unsure – Come to me and seek my face.
You have been given a time of rest – you may view this time as an inconvenience BUT I will use it for a time of refreshing. Don’t waste time – again seek my face much during this time of separation. You are in a time that is not business as usual. I have taken you out of the busyness of life. You can always find me in ALL things even when the circumstances seem bleak. I am here with you. Use this time to rest in me. Don’t waste a minute. Seek my face much, pray, praise,study but spend the time I have given you with me.
When you are feeling overwhelmed about your present situation, remember I am in control of all things for my people. I work all things out for good only I need to be in the center of your life.
Nothing slips through my hands. Nothing is new under the sun. Nothing surprises me. I am on the throne. I admonish you to seek my face during this time. What seems as an evil inconvenient time can be turned around for my GLORY. My GLORY upon you as well as for all those around you who are running to and fro without any answers. I am the answer. Stay close to me, very close to me – I will keep you safe. I will lift you up.
Remember I am the IMMOVABLE one – I change not.
Many changes will be coming upon the earth in the near future. Build yourselves up during this time. Don’t waste it! It is a gift from me!”

Trifany’s Torah Club is studying Shadows of the Messiah. The club meets Wednesdays at 6:30 in Murray. If you’re interested or have any further questions, call her at 385.743.1309.

Beginning with the new Torah cycle, we will try out a triennial system. We will still be on the same parsha as everyone else; we will simply only plan to discuss 1/3 of it this year. The second year we’ll discuss the middle 1/3, and the last year we’ll discuss the last 1/3. Check the Calendar for upcoming shabbat meeting announcements if this is not clear.

wonderful things in Your Torah!

You can find the weekly parsha here: