Join us each week for a Shabbat Celebration
in San Martin, 425 E. Middle Ave.
Come and celebrate the Shabbat as we gather for worship, praise, celebration & Torah Teaching with an oneg meal (fellowship) afterwards!
In its simplest definition, “Shabbat” means “Rest”. When God rested from His work of creation, He gave us the 7th Day – Shabbat. So the Shabbat is given as a sign between God and His people, and as a commemoration of our Creator, and the very act of creation.
God calls each Shabbat day “a holy convocation”. “Convocation” means “gathering together”; a community of believers assembled or gathered for worship, praise, and celebration. Sabbath is a day of rejoicing and joining with one another in the Presence of the Lord!
We invite you to join us this coming Shabbat for a celebration in the Spirit of the Lord. Guests are always welcome!
Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy…For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day. Therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and sanctified it.”
(Exodus 20:8-11 NKJV)
After the service we meet for Oneg (Fellowship) together over a Kosher Meal and then those that can stay join us for Spiritual and Prayer Training on how to pray for others for healing, deliverance, etc.