REMEMBER - RESPECT - REVERE
The following are voluntary as the Holy Spirit convicts your heart. Information concerning these subjects will be made available upon request:
~Head Coverings - Men may wear a kippah, women may wear a scarf.
~Tallit - Men wear over the shoulders and cover the head at holy intimate moments with the Lord. All men are welcome to put on the tallit at the beginning of service.
~Tzitzit - Fringe at the four corners of a garment. (Hem of the garment) Deut. 22:12 & Matt. 9:21
~Standing - During the Shema (Deut. 6:4), praise times and reading of the Word.
~Bending the Knee - While saying "Baruch ata Adonai”, Baruch (Bless) means to kneel, to bless as an act of adoration. We bow before our King.
~Kneeling – During praise times, Hebrew chants and times of repentance as convicted.
~Raising Hands - Honoring G-d, submitting to His Holiness.
~Moments of Silence – Personal time to allow the Ruach HaKodesh (the Holy Spirit) to minister through revelation, repentance, prayer, encouragement with a song, a Psalm, teaching or hymn (Eph. 5:19 & Col. 3:16).
~Many of these are traditions passed down from our forefathers. See 1 Corinthians 11:2 & 2 Thessalonians 2:15
Services involve Messianic & Jewish music, readings from the Torah/Prophets/Messianic Writings and traditional Hebrew chants (translated into English), a drash on the parashah portion or a teaching on related subjects.
If are a newcomer, don't worry. By repetition you will be able to learn Hebrew.
Children are welcome in our services. Shabbat school is available
for ages 5-12 except for the last Shabbat of each month,
a cry room for nursing mothers and children 2 years old and under.
Children over bar and bat mitzvah age stay in the service with the adults.
NEW BIBLE STUDY INFORMATION TO BE ANNOUNCED
Praise, Worship and Warfare.
Everyone is welcome to join
in the Hora dance.
However, we ask that
only those who know the
specific dances to join in so
there will not be confusion.
Dance workshops will be available from time to time.
Starts at 11:00am
Oneg (potluck) fellowship after service each week.
Special services are held each year
for the appointed times of
Pesach/Passover, Unleavened Bread, Shavuot,
Yom Teruah/Rosh Hashanah,
Yom Kippur, and Sukkot.
We also often gather for traditional Jewish holidays of Purim, Chanukah, and others.
Contact Us for more information.
See Announcements page for
High Holy Days schedule.