We Cultivate the Word of HaShem
Israel & All Nations Congregation is dedicated to the restoration of Israel and the Hebrew roots of our faith. We are committed to serving and building the community and all who seek to worship in Spirit and Truth. We uphold the observance of the Sabbath, as well as Biblical feasts and holidays and are devoted to seeing Adonai’s purpose fulfilled as Jews and Gentiles are made one through faith in Yeshua (Jesus). Our mission incorporates primary principals.
the community by providing a greater understanding of Torah (instruction) and how it applies to our life today as we seek, first, the Kingdom of God and His righteousness.
parallels from the foundation (Torah) and how it magnifies the teachings of Prophet, Priest, and King, Yeshua (Jesus), our Messiah, as well as Rav Sha’ul (Apostle Paul).
how the Torah serves more than just a historic document, but as a legal contract (binding covenant) as well as prophetic insight. Declaring the end from the beginning:
the Torah is so much more than just a religion or denomination or a list of of do’s and don’ts but a book of how to treat, serve, and love one another which was demonstrated by the living breathing Torah (Yeshua).
a traditional style of worship in accordance with the Messianic Shabbat Siddur (prayer book) blessings in lashon ha kodesh (The holy language) of Hebrew, as well as, recited in English.
the weekly Torah portion schedule, which leads to many areas of the prophets and the New Covenant scriptures.
Where we stand on the two house doctrine.
Sabbath (Saturday) 1:30pm
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We meet on the Sabbath day to commune with Adonai. Almost everyone in the group participates in one form or another - it is a true, cooperative congregation. We welcome all ages and backgrounds who have an earnest desire to be a Truth Seeker.
A historical traditional part of the service.
The traditional service consists of the ancient liturgies dating as far back as the second Temple and some liturgies may date as far back as the first Temple period which we incorporate into the Shabbat service. The liturgies contain an abundance of prayers and blessings that prepare ones heart to worship the Almighty as we continually confess His holiness.
As Adonai commands us to go and make diciples of others
An open style of teaching in which the congregation is welcome to interject comments or questions. The teaching is followed by individual prayer requests and prayer as a body of believers.
A remembrance of a gift
The benediction is the blessing that Aaron was given from Adonai on how to bless the children of Israel, Num 6:24-26. It is the power of His name placed upon His people. We are called to bless Him but this is a formal outpouring of His grace as He blesses us and also keeps us, guards us, and protects us and causes His presence to shine among us and grant us Shalom as only the Almighty can.
We break bread and drink in remembrance.
Partaking the weekly bread and wine. It is normally given at the Shabbat dinner table in the home but has carried over into part of the service on Shabbat day as well. The Kiddush blessing is given before we break to eat. The bread and wine are symbols of delight and joy on the set apart day of Shabbat. This is certainly not to be confused with the communion service in the church which has replaced the Passover seder.