Oneg and Activities
At our Onegs, food and fellowship is available as we gather together and give thanks to G-d.

Shabbat Classes
We also have organized activities and classes for children and teens. All children and young adults take part in the Shabbat Classes. For additional details, please refer to our weekly info sheet and monthly schedule handout.

Service Order
We are strongly guided by traditional liturgy in our Sabbath worship. This "order" goes back to the days of the Second Temple and was reflected in the synagogue services frequented by Yeshua. We seek to remain open to the leading of the Ruach Hakodesh (Holy Spirit) in our worship, devotion and daily lives.

Presently, we generally begin with the Siddur-based formal worship culminating in the readings. Then, with joy and praise, we commence the singing and Israeli - style dancing. Afterwards, we have a sermon presentation, which is followed by prayer, additional worship, or both. The fellowship culminates in the Aaronic blessing.

Gates of the Heaven
This is what we want our synagogue to be; a place where people of all nations may encounter G-d, and achieve deeper spiritual experience with Him. As a Messianic Jewish Congregation we have had members and/or visitors from over 70 nations. Our heart is for all to find the peace that can only come through Messiah. We refer to Isaiah 51:3, which states that:

For the Lord shall comfort Zion: He will comfort all her waste places; and He will make her wilderness like Eden, and her desert like the garden of the Lord; joy and gladness shall be found therein, thanksgiving, and the voice of melody.