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Services at Beth Hallel are rich in Jewish traditions and contemporary worship styles.

  • Fridays at 7:00 p.m.

    Shabbat

    Our Shabbat service begins each Friday night at 7:00 and is filled with the presence of the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit). Elements of the service have been practiced since the time of Moses. You will hear the shofar blow and prayers from the Second Temple era similar to those heard and spoken by Yeshua.

    We engage the L-rd through song and praise, including dancing the Torah around the sanctuary. We enter into the Holy of Holies through a moving time of worship. Be inspired and grow through messages grounded in Scripture and made alive in applications relevant to all. After service, join in ONEG, a time of fellowship over delicious food. Scripture tells us to “Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy." Exodus 20:8.

  • Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

    Torrah

    Join us each Saturday morning to study the first five books of the Bible, Torah. Torah means teaching. Each week, we examine together the Parashah that all Jewish synagogues read.

    This time is used for teaching messages grounded in Scripture and made alive in applications relevant to all. In particular, our congregants love ‘connecting the dots’ between the Tanakh and Brit HaDasha (Old and New Testaments).

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  • Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

    News

    Tuesday mornings at 11:30 a.m., join us for a one hour as we take a look at Israel's history and relationship with God, and how it affects us today.

    How has Israel changed since Biblical times? How does Israel's relationship with God affect us? And how do we work with God and Israel for the Glory of the Kingdom of G-d?

Weekly Torah Portion

Reading the Word of G-d changes lives. At Beth Hallel, we follow a reading sequence that has existed for thousands of years, and yet is ‘new every day.’ It has three components: Parashah made up of Torah and Haftorah, and the Brit Hadasha.

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