High Holy Days Service Schedule
Wednesday, September 24 -- Rosh HaShannah Evening service: 7pm
Day service: Thursday, September 25 -- 10am with Tashlich following service
followed with Zikkaron (Communion)
Friday, October 3 -- Yom Kippur Kol Nidrie Service 7pm
Saturday, October 4 -- Shabbat: first Service: 10am Second Service 1pm
Afternoon Minchah Service (reading of the book of Jonah)
Nielah Service (Closing of the Gates) 7:15pm
Havdalah Service 7:45pm Zikkaron (Communion) followed by breaking of the fast
We are a congregation of both Jewish and non-Jewish believers in Yeshua the Messiah. We worship on the Jewish Shabbat (Sabbath) and we observe the Biblical Feasts and Holy Days of the L-RD. Our worship service includes traditional Hebrew blessings and liturgy, Messianic Jewish praise and worship, and Davidic Dancing.
We seek to place the Messiah back within His Biblically Jewish context, teaching from both the Tanach (Old Testament) and the Brit Hadasha (New Testament.)
We are a part of the world-wide movement known as Messianic Judaism, Jews and Gentiles who worship together as "One New Man."
The mission of Beth Yeshua Congregation is to be a loving community of disciples of Yeshua, reaching out with the Good News of the Messiah to the Jew first, and also to the Gentile.
It would be a great joy to have you come worship with us this Shabbat. We offer child and youth programs during the Shabbat morning service. Everyone is welcome.
Beth Yeshua Congregation is an independently incorporated congregation affiliated with the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS), and the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (MJAA). We are a non-profit organization recognized for tax-deductible giving by the Federal Government and are financed solely by members and friends of the congregation.