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Welcome to our
Virtual Shabbat Online
A Step-by-Step walk-thru of our weekly Shabbat Service
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Shabbat Shalom!

Welcome to our Online Shabbat Page.
We’re still relatively new at this whole ‘online church’ thing…

At the height of the Covid 19 lockdown, canceling our Shabbat Service at the Jewish Community Centre may have been the responsible thing to do, and even though we are back in the Jewish Community Centre for our regular Shabbat, it’s still essential that we make every effort to exercise caution as we resume normal Services! (Can I get a Hallelujah?)

While we have willingly submited to the ruling Authorities during this time of trial (COVID-19), and we recognise the present need for ongoing social distancing to minimise the chances of the virus spreading to those who are most vulnerable in our Community, the prospect of even one more week without a proper Shabbat Celebration is unthinkable.

 

… NO SHABBAT?    NO WAY!

An Introduction

In Western Australia, we are blessed to have relative freedom from Covid-19 and the Lockdowns experienced by other locations in Australia and globally.  We are thankful for the ongoing opportunity to meet Face to Face for our Shabbat Services, and pray this freedom continues.  Updates regarding the service times and related information can be found below. (See the Blue Box)

Face to Face Services HAVE Resumed

However, if you are unable to join us live
we will still broadcast our Shabbat LIVE via Livestream

   Join us for our live Service while we study THE WORD together via LIVESTREAM

We will be broadcasting our  Live Shabbat Service.  This week we will meet at the normal time of 10:30 am (Perth time – which is +8 GMT). 

The meeting will begin at 10:30am and follow the normal weekly teaching format

Remember:

Topic: “Prophecy and Fulfillment of Messiah our Healer”
Time: Saturday, 10th of April, 2021 10:30 AM Perth time

Saturday, 10th April, 2021 is a Holy Convocation as outlined in

Leviticus Chapter 23.
So, Let’s all “convocate”… in person …and online!

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Order of Service

Silver Trumpets

We begin each service with the sounding of Silver Trumpets. Why silver trumpets and not the shofar typically blown in many Messianic circles?

In Numbers 10:2, God commanded the people of Israel to make 2 silver trumpets to summon the community.  When both trumpets are sounded in long blasts, the entire community was to gather at the entrance to the tent of the meeting.

As we read in Leviticus 23, Shabbat is the first of the 7 Feasts of the Lord – a holy convocation – and Yeshua is, afterall,  Lord of the Sabbath.

News & Giving

The NEWS at Beth Yeshua is reported each Shabbat by our intrepid news-hound: Carina. She keeps us up to date on ways to get involved in the local community and in the wider Christian Community as well.

You’ll find a PDF of this week’s News HERE

The giving of Tithes and Offerings is normally done by Direct Deposit into Beth Yeshua Australia’s Bank Account (details on our GIVING page) or placed in the MASSIVE Silver Box (pictured above – Courtesy of Alanthank you Alan) before or after the Service.

Liturgy

Many churches have different styles of Liturgy and the Messianic Community has its own variation of the traditional liturgy used in Congregations and Synagogues worldwide.

What is Liturgy? Simply put, it is speaking, or singing the Word of God back to The LORD.  It is a mixture of statements of Faith, Praise, and public Declaration of Biblical Truth.

The Liturgy at Beth Yeshua Australia is sung in both Hebrew and English.  The Hebrew is transliterated for ease of pronounciation. 

Psalm

The Psalms are ancient Israel’s Prayer Book. This beautiful collection of prose, poetry and songs of worship and praise are beloved by Jew and Christian alike.

Each week, just prior to Praise & Worship we have a short teaching from one of the 150 Psalms found in the 5 smaller books we know collectively as Psalms.

This is an excellent way of preparing our hearts for worship, and to receive insight and a deeper understanding of The Word of God.  

Praise & Worship

We have a musical faith. Whether it is Moses singing the praises of God in Deuteronomy 32, King Jehoshaphat in 2 Chronicles 20:21, or Paul urging the Ephesians to sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, lifting our voices to heaven with praises to our Creator is demonstrated throughout our Bible.

Our worship in modern times may take the form of musicians playing and singing as they lead the congregation in contemporary versions of God’s word set to new tunes , but the heart’s cry extolling the greatness of God is timeless.

Children's Blessing / Lesson

This is the time during the service when we pray for our children and bless them before sending them upstairs for Shabbat School.

We are concerned with the well-being and spiritual development of our children. We feel it is our duty and obligation to teach them about God and His WORD as commanded. (Deuteronomy 4:9-10; Deut. 6:6-25).

Our intent is to supplement what parents teach their children at home as well as to provide a place where our children can have social interaction with their peers while learning Truth. 

The Message

Our approach to The Message is an expository one. In other words, we “dig deep” into the text to expose the meaning, relevance, and application.  This is how the Prophet Ezra taught The People.

This kind of Digging Deep is not something one can do in a 20-minute motivational pep talk. Consequently, our teaching may extend to an hour or more – which was not uncommon in days past. We encourage our Believers to take notes right on the “Berean Call” that is printed ahead of time for just this purpose so that each person can search the scriptures daily, whether those things were so . (Acts 17:11)

Aaron's Blessing

Also known as The Aaronic Benediction, we conclude each service with a blessing spoken and sung over the Congregation by the Congregational Leader.

It is found in Numbers 6:23-26 where God is saying:  “Speak to Aaron and his sons, saying, Thus you shall bless the people of Israel: you shall say to them,

“The Lord bless you and keep you;
the Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you;
the Lord lift up his countenance  upon you and give you peace.”

Did you miss a Live Service?

Check out the gallery of archived videos below.

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