Jew or gentile, follower of Yeshua or
not ... All are welcome !
The Book of Acts describes how Jewish believers in Jesus often met in each others' homes, devoting themselves to prayer, serving meals to each other, and learning from the leaders in their community about what the Scriptures say about Yeshua.
Please speak to Abraham at our next public gathering if you are interested in being involved in one of our home fellowships.
Our Purim, Passover, Tabernacles, and other Biblical Celebrations are filled with traditional Jewish songs and foods and a lesson from Scripture on what God tells us through The Feasts.
God gave Feasts to Israel as illustrations that speak about the nature and character of the God of Israel. Aspects of each Feast point to Yeshua as the promised Jewish Messiah.
We set aside time to sing and praise our Redeemer, The Holy One of Israel and wait in prayer to hear His Voice and receive His Word … which is Life itself. We remember such things as Tisha b'Av (the Destruction of the Temple), Yom haShoah (Day of the Holocaust), and Yom haAtzmaut (Israeli Independence Day).
Although Scripture relates many incredible things the God of Israel did through individuals, He declared He would make a great people / community from those descended from Abraham and that He would dwell in the midst of that commuity.
The Messiah of Israel - Yeshua then promised "Where two or three are gathered in My Name - I will be there in the midst of them."
We gather to experience Yeshua - present with us by His Ruach ha Kadosh - Holy Spirit.
We are grateful for a church that allows us to use their space for our gatherings. Join us at -
The God of Israel instructed His people that they should work six days and rest for one.
We honor this gift from God by assembling all of our Home Fellowships together AND inviting the public to gather to celebrate and experience the God of Israel and His Messiah Yeshua - Jesus.
Using ancient Jewish prayers and songs (among others) we praise, worship and look to Him to be The Answer for all of our needs.
Under the teaching of our Congregational Leader - Abraham E. Sandler, we learn from the Jewish Bible and the New Testament how to experience the Presence and Power of Yeshua - in our lives for our needs, and through our lives to meet the needs of others.
In 2020 -
- Jan 10, Feb 7, Mar 13, Apr 10, May 8, June 12
- July 10, Aug 7, Sept 11, Oct 9, Nov 13, Dec 11
Enjoy fellowship with others curious about following Yeshua over a covered-dish dinner.
Experience Candle Lighting and Kiddish - sanctifying the Shabbat Rest given to The Whole World from The God of Israel.
The Interactive Bible Study encourages people to share their questions and experiences while learning to know and follow Yeshua. PRACTICAL help in finding and sharing the good God intends for us is given at each Study.