The Shabbat Service is a day of gathering, prayer, study and obedience to The Most High God.
‘Leviticus 23:3 Six days shall work be done, but the seventh day is a Sabbath of solemn rest, a holy convocation. You shall do no work on it; it is the Sabbath of the LORD in all your dwellings.
MEETING TIME: 1:30PM
SHABBAT LESSON STEAMED LIVE AT 3:30PM EASTERN TIME (VIA) YOUTUBE
PRIOR TO VISITING
All Israelite gatherings have rules and regulations upon entry into the sanctuary.
QUESTION: WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
Our congregation allows each individual to come as they are in respect and modesty. We do not require fancy clothes or the latest fashion. What we do require is obedience to the scriptures.
Women: Wearing modest attire in a dress, or skirt. Women must bring a head covering (1 Corinthians 11:5, 1 Timothy 2:9
Men: No hats, caps, or hoods during service.
QUESTION: WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
All children are welcome within our organization. We have an extensive children and youth program where the young ones learn the word of the Most High through activities, song, dance, readings.
WHAT IS SHABBAT SERVICE LIKE?
MEET AND GREET: We open our service with a meet and greet. This is where guests and members get to know each other. During this time, people may ask questions and have snacks.
CHILD & YOUTH LESSONS: All children and Youth attending our church are required to participate in the sabbath service designated for their age group.
LIVE LESSON & FOOD, : After snacks, we begin bible study where we dive directly into the word of the Most High, teaching out of his holy book. Prior to bringing out the lesson, we blow the shofar and pray towards Jerusalem (East) as our forefathers did traditionally in ancient times. We all collectively say The Lord's Prayer in Ancient Hebrew & English. After the lesson we play Bible games and feast together.
QUIZZES GROUP DISCUSSIONS & MUSIC:
To help our members better understand the holy scriptures, we offer weekly quizzes. The word of God says to study to show thyself approved (2 Timothy 2:15). This helps individuals familiarize themselves with the word, and the laws of The Most High.
On occasion the men and women will separate and have their own personal time discussing the word through male and female perspectives.
Finally, we have a musical portion towards the end of the sabbath, where brothers and sisters who write their own music perform. This ranges from Righteous R&B, Spoken Word, Rap, and Kids Songs.