Our service types and schedule is listed below. Recordings of teachings will be posted starting soon!
We hold a tradtional prayer service in line with the prayer services that have existed since before the days of Yeshua dwelling amongst us. We use a traditional Siddur for the services followed by spontaneous prayer from any and all present. We hold these services at 10:00 am every Sabbath unless otherwise noted.
Our prayer services are led by Jeremy Hinton who has a passion for the prayer service and has spent many hours researching it. For more information, you can contact him below or visit:
We feel an obligation, according to Acts 15, to ensure that Moses is read publicly every Sabbath.
For Moses has had throughout many generations those who preach him in every city, being read in the synagogues every Sabbath.
When the decree was handed down as to what the new converts should be adhering to, the leaders in Jerusalem at that time instructed on four things - "to abstain from things polluted by idols, from sexual immorality, from things strangled, andfrom blood" - with the understanding that they would learn the rest of obedience in the synagogues every Sabbath. Therefore, we have a Torah readaing, for Moses to be read, every Sabbath at 11:00 am.
Our Sabbath morning services will begin immediately following the Torah Reading for the week. The service will begin with a teaching by one of our pastors followed by praise and worship. Another message will then be given afterwards, leading to our conclusion at 1:00 pm.
Our services are casual and inclusive, with teachings and preachings being open to questions and comments. Please, do not leave the service without voicing your quesions or concerns.
We are also working towards having an Erev Shabbat service on Friday evening to open Sabbath together. It will include Kiddush, a ceremony to set the day apart, and some praise and worship as we rejoice in the day of rest. Stay tuned in for more information regarding that service.