We are Jewish and Gentile believers in Yeshua, the Messiah of Israel, who recognize and value the Jewish origins of the faith and desire to study, worship, and present Him to the world in the Jewish context in which He came. Read More
That the Tanakh is an accurate and reliable record of the origins of all life and of God’s on-going involvement with His creation; that the B'rit Chadashah is an account pertaining to Yeshua and His disciples representing the final revelation to man. Read More
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Sep 27 - Rosh HaShanah Service >
“And the Lord spoke to Moses,saying, ‘Speak to the people of Israel, saying, In the seventh month, in the first day of the month, you shall have a Shabbat, a memorial of a blowing, a holy gathering.’”
This holy-day is biblically called Zicharon Teruah which means “a memorial of blowing.” At our Messianic Service you’ll have an opportunity to understand the prophetic and messianic significance of Rosh HaShanah and all the biblical feasts in a whole new light. Teaching directly from the Bible we learn that Zicharon Teruah signals the re-gathering of Israel and life beyond the grave.
• Messianic Service - 10:30 am
Oct 4 - Yom Kippur >
“In the seventh month, on the tenth day, you shall humble your souls; and you shall do no manner of work. For on this day atonement shall be made for you to cleanse you of all your sins; you shall be clean before the Lord. This shall be a permanent statute for you. It shall be a Shabbat of complete rest for you.”
What is “atonement” and why is there a need for it? Come to our Messianic Service and find out.
• Yom Kippur Service - 10:30 am
• Yom Kippur Break-the-Fast - 6:00 pm at Ben David, Fireside Room
Oct 11 - Sukkot Celebration >
“And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying, Speak to the people of Israel, saying, The fifteenth day of this seventh month shall be the Feast of Booths for seven days to the Lord. On the first day shall be a holy gathering; you shall do no labor in it. Seven days you shall offer an offering made by fire to the Lord; on the eighth day shall be a holy gathering to you.”
There are several new truths about Sukkot revealed in the Brit Chadashah (New Covenant) portion of the Bible which you will learn about when you visit us including how Sukkot is a picture of a time in the future, when Messiah Yeshua comes again to tabernacle (live) with us on earth forever, reigning over the world from Jerusalem.
• Service - 10:30 am
• Oneg in the Sukkah immediately after the service
Oct 18 - Simchat Torah >
“Blessed is the man who delights in the Torah of the LORD, and in His Torah he meditates day and night.”
A primary distinctive of Messianic Judaism is the love for, centrality of, and authority of the Word of God, the Bible, in all aspects of life. We do not believe that the Oral Law (i.e. the Talmud) or any other book or writing is God-inspired and, therefore, divinely authoritative. We worship the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the God of Israel; and He has proclaimed that His Word is truth, is living, is active, is the sword of the Spirit, and is eternal. Because we love God, we love His Book, the Bible, and seek to obey His Commandments.
We invite you to share in the joy of the Torah with us each Shabbat!
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Yeshua's voice will be heard in the sounding of the Shofar as He calls us to open the inner door of our hearts that He may come in and establish the favorable year of the Lord for us in 5775, even as He did in the synagogue on the Shabbat before Rosh HaShanah, nearly 2,000 years ago...