Son of David Messianic Fellowship was started in October 2016. We are passionate for our Savior and Redeemer, Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus) and His commandments (Torah). We live a lifestyle of discipleship, not only for ourselves in obedience to our Lord, but in imitation of the example of the Master, who loved and obeyed His Father and made disciples. This vision and mission extend across all brackets of age, race, language and culture. The man from Nazareth, who thousands of years ago stretched out His hands and submitted willingly to death on a cross, changed the world forever. It is the lifelong goal of Son of David Messianic Fellowship to follow Him and to teach others to do the same.
Our Torah teaching and discussion begins at 10:00 a.m. and is one hour long. We read through that week's Torah portion (please visit torahportions.org for the annual schedule) and allow questions and commentary throughout. After the Torah study, we break for 30 minutes to have an Oneg-style brunch. Everyone is free to ask further questions and engage in further discussion during this time.
Our main service (worship, corporate prayer, liturgy and main teaching) begins at 11:30 and is two hours long.
Our worship is diverse and ranges from hymns to contemporary Christian to Messianic Jewish. We engage in corporate liturgy that is normally found in Torah-observant communities (the Shema, V'ahavta, Hinei Ma Tov, Etz Chaim and the Aaronic blessing).
We have a Shabbat school class during the main teaching for children under 12. We do not yet have a functioning nursery, so all children 12 and under will be in the care of one of our volunteers. The children are dismissed when our liturgy is concluded.
While we do not have a dress code, we ask that everyone (men, women, and children) dress appropriately for the Sabbath day. For men, this may mean a suit and tie, or khakis and a polo. For women, it may mean a dress, or blue jeans and a blouse. We want all the families that gather with us to feel comfortable and respected.
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