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Rabbi Teach Us to Pray is a small and accessible yet powerful introduction to Jewish thought. It is suitable for people from all walks of life.

Meal of Messiah is a resource like the Passover Haggadah. On the final day of Passover, which commemorates the crossing of the Red Sea, there is a custom to end the season of redemption with an additional, less formal seder.

Imagine a book that could transport you to the Last Supper—to the final Passover meal shared by Jesus and his disciples. At this meal he revealed that the Passover holiday, with all its commandments and customs, is a picture of his suffering, death, and resurrection as the Messiah.

Put on your headphones, close your eyes, and enter the world of a traditional Messianic Synagogue.

Our main services are on Shabbat. In honor of Shabbat being a day when we abstain from creating, we do not record our Shabbat services. We also keep the Sabbath pure, simple, and grand with a completely acapella service--no musical instruments.

The seventh trumpet blows, signaling the big event when the day of wrath collides with the rage of nations. The temple on earth opens and the ark of the covenant is revealed. The kingdom of this world becomes the kingdom of Hashem and his Messiah. In this study of Revelation 11:14-19, the seventh trumpet blast initiates a process whereby the kingdom will be established.

And it came to pass, when the ark set forward, that Moses said, Rise up, LORD, and let thine enemies be scattered; and let them that hate thee flee before thee. (Numbers 10:35)

What if spiritual growth was automatic and godliness was simply a habitual behavior? What does it mean to have the Torah written on our hearts? This teaching for the forty days of Elul about aquiring three new habits to launch 5777, a year of transformation. This teaching challenges the listener along with the community of Beth Immanuel to learn to use the power of habitual behavior to good use for personal growth.

Get on track with daily readings from Torah, Psalms, and Gospels: www.bethimmanuel.org/daily

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.

Where did the first Christians go to church? Our third teaching on the book of Hebrews takes a look at the Jewish believers and their relationship to the Temple and Levitical worship system in the first century and looks for the possible occasion that inspired the writing of the epistle. Learn about the sacred place of assembly where the Jerusalem community of disciples used to gather daily for prayer.

And they were all together in Solomon's Portico. (Act 5:12)

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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.

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