We set the Sabbath apart from the six working days focusing on YHWH and His Word which brings life to those who seek it.
As a group we understand that everyone has a personal relationship with Elohim (God) and that everyone is at different spiritual levels and understanding. Everyone has something to offer and often it is those who are just beginning in their relationship with Elohim that have the most to offer.
Everyone is welcome to come and go as they please. Some may come only for the formal Torah portion reading and others may come only for the discussion but all are welcome at any time for as much or as little as an individual wants to stay.
Itís a casual environment with a diverse group of people coming from different backgrounds. Like a big happy family we don't always agree with one another but we do always love each other. The one thing we all have in common and what unifies us as a family is our belief in Torah and the changelessness of YHWH.
YHWH willing we meet every Shabbat (Sat Morning on todayís Gregorian calendar). Click here for contact information and directions.
Shabbat Morning (Sat Morning)
10:30 AM††††††††† Praise & Worship
Songs of praise recorded by various artists accompanied with tambourine and dance for all that want to participate.
11:00 AM††††††††† Praise Reports and Announcements
This is a time for those who feel led to share how YHWH has blessed them or others in the past week and for Kehilat Yeshua announcements of upcoming events.
11:45 PM††††††††† Kosher Meal
Anyone can bring a dish for the Shabbat feast but we ask that it be kosher according to Torah. If you have questions about kosher please don't hesitate to ask an Elder. If you are visiting or plan to visit, donít worry about bringing a dish there is always more than enough to eat and we like to share.
12:30 PM †††††††† Parashat discussion
An Elder will facilitate a general discussion of the Parashat allowing comments and questions related to the weekly reading. This is an interactive study of the Tanakh and Brit Chadashah (Old and New Testament). The Parashat discussion has no scheduled ending time but usually last 2 - 3 hours.