We are a congregation of Jewish and Gentile believers who follow after the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob through the Jewish Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth. So, we follow the Jewish culture, calendar, festival days and traditions in worship and lifestyle, except when tradition is contradictory to the Holy Scriptures. We are serious about Bible Study and training disciples of Jesus so we can introduce Jews to their Messiah.
Join Us For Services
Services are held Saturday nights at 6 pm. We start with a call to gather followed by prayer, praise, and worship. The sermon or guest speaker presentation is next, and then we celebrate Havdalah. Doors open at 5:00 pm. We serve dinner between 5:00 and 5:45 pm prior to service. Refreshments or oneg follows the service.
On the third Shabbat of the month we will share a potluck fellowship meal at 5:00 pm, prior to the service. You may contribute side dishes, salads, desserts or drinks. Please respect those of our congregation who observe kashrut and do not bring any dish containing pork, shellfish or other item prohibited in Leviticus 11. Doors open at 4:30 pm on the third Saturday.
Bible Studies for All
Join us Tuesday evenings at 7 pm for food, fellowship and Bible study. We meet in the worship center downstairs. The doors open at 7 pm, class begins on-time at 7:30 and ends promptly at 9 pm. All are welcome to attend.
Join Terry to learn Biblical Hebrew each Monday night. Students learn the Alef-Bet and nicud, phrases, prayers and more. Learn it here because we will speak it in heaven! Beginner Hebrew Class at 6 pm, dinner at 7 pm, and Intermediate Hebrew at 7:30 pm.
Women’s Coffee and Conversation on Thursdays
Herta hosts the women on Thursday morning at 9:30 am for coffee, conversation, and prayer. Bring your Bibles and your friends and share your hearts.
Rabbi Robert Pristoop
After several years of serving as a missionary, Rabbi Robert was called to plant a new Messianic Congregation and serve with Shofarel Jewish Ministries. Robert now leads that Messianic congregation, and travels the country speaking on the Jewish roots of the Christian faith in churches and schools.