We look back to the patterns of worship found in the Psalms and the heritage of our fathers

King David urges the congregation of Israel to sing aloud
(Psalm 95:1,"Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD"),
shout (Psalm 81:1, "shout joyfully to the God of Jacob"), play musical instruments (Psalms 150:4,
"Praise him with flutes and strings!"), clap (Psalms 47:2, "Clap your hands, all you peoples!"),
Welcome and dance (Psalms 150:4, "praise him with tambourine and dancing"). So we go for the gusto and the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) carries us into His presence.

We also respect the ancient heritage of our Jewish people found in the Siddur and love for the Torah
We a avoid legalistic approach-rather than rushing through all the prayers, we select from the most important and ancient prayers, such as Ma Tovu (How Lovely), Barchu (Blessed!), Shema (Hear!), the Amidah (standing prayers), Kaddish and Adon Olam, varying the prayers and songs from week to week to keep our services to Hashem (the Name) fresh and Spirit-led. As Daniel 7:13-14 and Philippians 2:9-11 reveal and command, we also exalt Messiah Yeshua.

Every month congregants read from the Torah
and the rest of Scripture and each one gives a drash (interpretation)-our services our highly participatory and interactive, and once a month our Rabbi
reads from Torah scroll and gives the drash. On the other weeks, our Rabbi emphasizes other parts of Scripture.

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