Services every Saturday at 10:40 AM
Frequently Asked Questions
Baruch HaShem literally means “Bless the Name” (of G-D). It is used as “Bless the L-RD” or “Praise the L-RD”.
Yes, absolutely! Anyone is welcome. Please let us know if you’d like someone to meet you at the door. We look forward to meeting you!
Tradition! This is a traditional Jewish way to show respect for the holy name of G-D.
In Messianic Judaism, Jews do not convert to another religion when they trust in Yeshua as their Messiah, and Gentiles are not asked to convert to Judaism. Indeed, Rav Shaul (Paul) spends a lot of time in Romans, Galatians, 2 Corinthians, and Colossians explaining that a Gentile is not required to become a Jew in order to follow Yeshua, and that a person should not seek to become a Jew if he or she were born Gentile. Both groups together are to form one NEW person. In the Temple service, many different types of instruments played together–in unison (in unity). So, when we praise G-d in unison, no matter what instrument we are, we are doing what He intended for the Body of Messiah.
However, in any branch of rabbinical Judaism, a Gentile must specifically renounce Yeshua in order to convert to Judaism.
Dress is “office casual” to “dress clothes” for most people, although we do not have a dress code. Head coverings are not required; however, it is respectful for men to cover their head with a kippah (yarmulke or skullcap). These are available in our Welcome Center.
Numerous interfaith married couples, especially those with children, have found that Baruch HaShem fills their need for a place to worship
G-D together in unity.