All Messianic Fellowships

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All Messianic Fellowships

All Messianic Fellowships is a website developed to give Messianic Jews, Hebrew Roots Christians and Torah observant believers in Yeshua a way to connect with the community of believers around them and find a Synagogue, Church, home group, etc. that will can be a place of worship, growth, fellowship, teaching, service and more. I've been told that for as long as the history of the worship of the God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob is, so too is it wide. The same can be said for Messianic faith as it is a first century continuation to those traditions adding depth. There are Messianic Synagogues with Hebrew liturgy, Torah procession, Davidic Dance, oneg (group meal to celebrate Shabbat) Hebrew language instruction and foreign language service all in one day. Jewish Synangogues are often the center of community life and can usually be found open all day ling on Shabbat (Saturday) for families to come and go as they are comfortable and observe any part of the service they like. On the other end of the spectrum there are groups who meet for biblical feasts/festivals, throughout the week for study, worship and fellowship and occasionally, if ever, meet on Shabbat in small groups. This is in order to truly, deeply rest and reflect on and appreciate the Father's creation and their families. You might feel comfortable on either end of this spectrum or somewhere in between. Please contact the Rabbis/Pastors or congregational leaders to discuss these things and please, ALWAYS as prayerfully that the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) guides you in ALL decisions!!

 

Optionally many Messianic congregations meet on Saturday (Shabbat), adhere to a biblical Kosher diet, wear a Tallit (prayer shawl) for men, women cover heads and many other cultural/religious aspects of Jewish life.

There is not typically a governing body deciding how these practices are carried out as we believe the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) guides us all as followers of Yeshua.

There are however some associations and unions forming within this growing movement. The distinctions of these groups are very similar to Judaism, where Orthodox is the most strict in their interpretations of Hebrew Roots culture, Conservative groups are somewhere in the middle and Reform would be the more liberal groups. These distinctions are not used universally, but is a good word picture to show how groups are seperated. We aim to connect you with the fellowship closest to your home physically and closest to your doctrines spiritually.

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