Jew or gentile, follower of Yeshua or not? All are welcome!
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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.
Shabbat is one of the Ten Commandments. We honor this gift from God by assembling all of our home fellowships together and inviting the public at large to celebrate Shabbat.
We praise and worship God with enthusiasm through Biblically-based Jewish liturgy and song in both English and Hebrew. Under the teaching of our congregation's leader, Abraham Sandler, we look to the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament (also written by, for, and about Jews) to see how they fit together to point to Messiah Yeshua — The Anointed One of God.
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).