WELCOME TO YESHUAT TSION
WELCOME TO YESHUAT TSION
Our Shabbat (Sabbath) service begins at 10:00 AM each Saturday. Dress is casual, and the wearing of a kippah and tallit (prayer shawl) are optional. If you are unable to join us in person, please click on our YouTube channel for live-streamed services.
For more specific details about the order of our Shabbat service, please click on Introduction
Nursery and Shabbat School meet each Saturday immediately following the Torah Service. In addition, children and young adults participate in celebrating the Mo'adim and add special joy to holidays like Chanukah and Purim through plays and dance.
Rabbi Ira and Gloria Brawer are the founders of HERITAGE HOUSE MINISTRIES, which exists to bring healing to Messianic communities by helping G-d's people discover their true identity as sons and daughters of the King. Time does not heal all wounds, only Yeshua does. In Luke 4:18 we read that He was sent by The Father to “heal the brokenhearted” and to “preach deliverance to the captives” and He is still doing this today. They will be conducting a seminar from 1-6 PM following services. If you are interested in attending, there is more information on the Calendar, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Heritage House Ministries, click here: Learn More
Based in Asheville, NC, Ted Pearce is best known for writing and performing a sub-genre of Christian music known as Messianic Praise & Worship, which features Bible verses set to a mixture of Jewish folk, Klesmer, Mizrachi, and Yemenite musical themes. With fifteen releases since 1998, Ted is one of the better-known pioneers of this "new" ancient sound.
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Join us this Shabbat at 10:00 AM in person or watch our live stream service on YouTube. We also have Bible Study on Tuesdays and Prayer on Wednesdays, both on ZOOM.
We are always looking for opportunities to expand our ability to equip Yeshua's people for His service.
Join us for fellowship, coffee & tea immediately following services
Giving is a part of our worship to G-d, out of a heart of gratitude and love. We do not pass an offering plate during services, unless for a special guest speaker. There is a "pushkah" (small offering box) at the back of the room.
If you are led to support us through donation, you can also give your gift safely and securely online.
Thank you for blessing and growing the mission, ministry and vision of Yeshuat Tsion.