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Giving – Part Of Our Worship

During our worship service, in connection with the people giving to support the synagogue (by the way, we don’t “pass the plate.” Instead, we have a donation box in the back so that people put their contributions in it), we may teach on one of these various aspects of giving before praying that the Lord would direct us what He

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Why Come Regularly To The Synagogue?

It’s important for your spiritual growth to not only come to the Synagogue, but come regularly. Regular attendance should be a habit that you develop and make part of your life. A church goer wrote a letter to the editor of a newspaper and complained that it made no sense to go to church every Sunday. "I've gone for 30

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Principles To Prepare For Worship

Principles To Prepare For Worship For the Shema Community, Sabbath mornings when we meet and worship and get spiritually renewed and inspired are the most important hours of the week. It’s a special time to get closer to God, and to one another, and to build ourselves up in our Most Holy. To get the most out of this time,

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Principles For Worship

Our worship is God-centered. Our worship is Messiah-centered. Our The worship is Scripture-centered. We pray the Scriptures; we sing the Scriptures; we teach the Scriptures. Our worship is open to everyone - Jews and Gentiles, but those who come must be willing to adapt to a Jewish worship style. Our worship is a fusion of Jewish and Christian songs and

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Baptism

The Definition of Baptism In Greek, it literally means "immersion" or "dipping." Though the word for baptism in Greek means immerse or dip, not all Christians use this mode when baptizing. Many sprinkle water on the head and some pour. We believe that immersion of the total body in water is the proper mode, not only because of the meaning

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