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  • Shanah Tovah to all!
    New Moon Sightings-1st Month

    1st Month Confirmed
    The new moon of the 1st month was sighted on sundown Monday evening March 31st making Tuesday April 1st the new moon of the 1st scriptural month. The new moon was sighted in Malawi by 18 of the brethren and in Trinidad and St. Lucia. It was also seen by the Karites in Israel as well. The next new moon should be sighted sundown Wednesday April the 30th making Thursday 1st new moon day of the 2nd month.

  • On April 19th we will be holding Sabbath services at the Hampton Inn 2764 Lebanon Rd. Manheim, Pa. 17545 at 12:00 pm. We will be serving lunch after services.
  • On April 21st we will be holding Last High Day services at the Hampton Inn 2764 Lebanon Rd. Manheim, Pa. 17545 at 12:00 pm. We will be serving lunch after services.
  • On Sabbath May 17 at 12:00 pm we will be holding worship services for YPTC at the Sleep Inn 9310 Marlboro Pike, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 (301) 599-9400.
    We will have lunch after services all are welcome to attend.
  • Prayer line to the ministry has been added. 7 to 8 am and 7 to 8 pm est call 712-432-3100 # 554713 to join our prayer and encouragement line. Monday through Friday.
  • Several new sermons have been added to the online sermons.
  • Now available on the Kids page, The Death of a Loved One Part 2!
  • YPTC is still looking for sponsors for children in Africa please contact us, we thank you for your contributions.
  • You are welcome to join YPTC for services each Sabbath at 12:00 noon EST by calling 712-432-3100 bridge 554713.
    Hear the word of Yahweh and change your life.

Please contact us with your new moon sighting by calling our toll free phone number at: 1-855-FOR-YPTC

Main Features

[ Eyes of Israel ] Read about events happening in Israel that may cause end-time prophecy to be fullfilled.

[ Declaration of Beliefs ] This document puts forth the basic truths which define who we are and what we are all about. Read & study this document online. There is also a Kiswahili version translated by the brethren in Kenya!

[ Dreams coming alive in Kenya ] See the progress being made by the brethren in Kenya, visit the photo galleries, and learn how you can help!

[ Online Sermons ] Listen to messages online, or download them for later. Now Available - "Being Devoted to One Another".

[ Publicatons ] View, download, or print any of our publications. Our most recent publication is entitled A Pure Language.

[ References & Resources ] In our resource section you can find reference books, videos, and other external publications to further your study. You can also read the Book of Psalms online!

Projected Feast Days 2014
PassoverApril 14 (Memorial-evening April 13)
Feast of Unleavened Bread
(1st High Day)
April 15
Feast of Unleavened Bread
(Last High Day)
April 21
Feast of Weeks (Pentecost)June 8
Feast of TrumpetsSeptember 26
Day of AtonementOctober 5
Feast of Tabernacles
(1st High Day)
October 10
Last Great DayOctober 17


Daily Devotional for April 20, 2014

When words are many, sin is not absent, but he who holds his tongue is wise. Pro 10:19

We are all familiar with the expression, silence is golden. Yet we tend to speak far too much in most situations. Often we speak to impress others because we feel we have to prove our worth and value to others. Sometimes we speak because we are fixated on controlling everything, including conversations. Other times we speak to show others how much we believe we know on a given subject. In any case, speaking too much often leads to sin. It is easy to slip and say something which offends someone or to become defensive or offensive in order to get some point across which others just dont understand.

It is a good practice to let your words be few in all situations. This will help you to avoid rash, impulsive statements which apologies can never retract.

Sacred Names Inserted. Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®. Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984 International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan. All rights reserved.