Learn the Liturgy

The prayers we use at Beth Immanuel go back many generations. Some were offered thousands of years ago in the days of the Apostles when the Temple was still standing! 

It takes a while to learn how prayer works in Judaism and what it all means; especially the parts that are in Hebrew! If you are new to the concept, don’t worry. Just relax and try to enjoy this opportunity to connect with the Creator. 

When you visit our synagogue you will be handed a book called a Siddur. However, don’t feel like you have to follow along in this book with the congregation. Go ahead and peruse the Siddur as you like, set it aside and watch, or just close your eyes and pray and meditate in your own words. 

On this page we are building our library of melodies so that people can learn to sing along with us if they desire. Enjoy!

Havdalah at Beth Immanuel

We don't let Shabbat just fade away at Beth Immanuel. Instead, we grant it a formal farewell, granting a clear distinction between the holy time of the Sabbath and the new week. This ceremony is called Havdalah.

Visit Our Messianic Synagogue

Beth Immanuel is a friendly and welcoming community. Click here to learn what to expect when you visit.

Join us as we enthrone the God of Israel with praise and uplift the name of Yeshua the Messiah!

Our Messianic Synagogue is located in historic Hudson, Wisconsin, just minutes away from St. Paul, Minnesota.

We always welcome visitors, but special events and holidays are wonderful times to visit.

Learn about Messianic Judaism

Download and listen to uplifting and insightful teachings presented by D. T. Lancaster and special guests.

Here are some Messianic Jewish books, music, and videos from the teachers at Beth Immanuel.

Read and study teachings and Bible studies from a Messianic Jewish perspective on a variety of topics.

Grow and learn daily through interactive video lessons from a variety of teachers.