Welcome To Our Messianic Congregation!
Our Messianic News Blog, called "The Shofar" includes ministry news, inspirational articles, Calendar of Events and Scripture-reading cycle of interest to every believer. The latest issues through October 18, 2014 are now posted, and include important new articles on the following subjects: Tabernacles, Yom Kippur, Resist Not Evil, Love Your Neighbor AND your enemy. See Shofar numbers 612 to 615. New: Shemini Atzeret: A Great Day To Meet With Yah.
Should believers keep Halloween??? Did you know that the Biblical prophets spoke out against the early roots of this festival? Read an interesting in-depth study on the little-known origins of this ancient pagan holiday and share the information with your loved ones.
Messianic Video of recent presentations from the Gospel of John are found on our video page.
Yahshuah's Commandments! A comprehensive list of all of our Savior's commands under the New Covenant.
Social Sharing buttons have been added to the left bottom of this page, also email, print, and favorites buttons! If you like us, please share us on social media. New Visitors Commentary Bulletin Board added for anyone to post their comments and ideas!
Biblical Feasts schedule: Our "Shofar" newsletters have wonderful new feature articles on the festivals. Read a study on the Last Great Day of Sukkoth. Also studies on the meaning of Sukkoth, the Feast of Tabernacles, Yom Teruah, the Day of Trumpets and Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement!! Our heartfelt congregational prayer for Yom Kippur is also shared.
The Works of the Law! Read our Shofar article on this subject!
Update: Hebrew Language Classes are completed for this cycle and will be scheduled again in the future. Please let us know if you wish to be notified.
We welcome you to our faith community, "The House of the Beloved." The word "Yeshurun" is a Hebrew poetic term of endearment for Israel, and means, "the beloved, or upright one." (Please see Deuteronomy 32:15, 33:5, 26) We are a Hebrew-Roots Christian fellowship in the greater Detroit, Michigan metropolitan area dedicated to advancing the knowledge of the Hebraic origins of Christianity, and a greater love and obedience to Jesus Christ, whose name in Hebrew is Yahshuah. We are committed to the glory of the Almighty, expressing His love, and uplifting his Holy Righteous Moral Principles (Matthew 5: 17-19), as expressed in the Torah. With that being said we assemble each Weekly Shabbat, New Moon and Moedim (appointed times) to worship King Yahshuah in spirit and truth in the beauty of holiness. We assemble every 'Traditional Shabbat' i.e. Saturday, every 'Lunar Shabbat' i.e. the Shabbat according to the days of the month/moon as well as on the 'New Moons' and 'Annual Moedim' to worship King Yahshuah in spirit and truth in the beauty of holiness. We combine biblical examination with audience participation to provide an enhanced worship experience. Please look over the information on our website and come join us for any or all of our services this week! You will be very welcome. Read more at the following link about our Hebraic mission...
Finding our Metro-Detroit, Michigan, Assembly is Easy!
We are a Hebraic Church (which is sometimes referred to as a Messianic Synagogue or Messianic Judaism) located in the north-central suburbs of Metro Detroit, Michigan, in the beautiful leafy city of Berkley. Our assembly extends a warm and sincere invitation for you to join us for services! We meet in a lovely church building with comfortable seating and full kitchen facilities. On our contact us page you will find email, telephone, and a postal address to reach us, a large Google map to give you exact directions as well as a visual view of our facility and neighborhood, and even a color picture of the church building. We have picture pages of our leadership, membership and special events, and a selection of new audio teachings recently presented at our Sabbath services. We hope that you will avail yourself of the opportunity to experience Biblically-based fellowship! Here is a photo view of our Worship Location... We welcome you to come and join us this week!