to Beth Yeshua Messianic Congregation,
Priest River, Idaho
We now meet as a Beit Midrash ["House of Learning" (or Bible Study)] in Priest River, ID.
Beit Midrash refers to a study hall, whether in a synagogue (Greek: "assembly"), yeshiva ("sitting" to study Hebrew texts), kollel ("gathering" or a "collection" of scholars), or other building. It is distinct from a synagogue, although many synagogues are also used as batei midrash ("houses of learning") and vice versa.
In other words: Until we (Lord willing) have our own place, we will meet more as a "Beit Midrash of the Messiah" studying the Word rather than as a synagogue service with all the associated liturgy (though we DO have some) and the more formal ritual order of a traditional synagogue Sabbath service.
Our Fellowship Meets at the VFW Hall
Our Fellowship Meets at the VFW Hall,
113 Larch Street, Priest River, ID 83856
Meeting time: Shabbat /Saturday @ 3:00 p.m.
(Come a bit earlier to get a good seat)
As a Beit Midrash, we seek to examine Scripture from a Hebraic perspective; a perspective that God instilled into His people Israel through the centuries of His revelation through the TaNaKh: Moses (Torah - Teaching - NOT Law), the Prophets (Neviim), the Writings (Kethuvim) and the Apostolic Writings (B'rit Chadasha).
Toward that end, we request that you bring the following Study Materials in a Loose-leaf notebook for the course of Study EVERY SHABBAT (You never know when Rabbi Bruce will refer to this resource):
Study Materials for our Topical Studies "Studying the Word" Notebook- Click Here
If you have an email address that you would like me to email the weekly study handout, please email me at: mailto:email@example.com
more information contact us at:
Fellowship Leader: Messianic Rabbi Bruce R. Booker
Our mailing address: P.O. Box 1015, Priest River, ID 83856-1015
Beth Yeshua is organized as a Messianic Fellowship reflecting the Jewish character of Yeshua (Jesus) and his first generation followers, exclusively for religious, charitable, and educational purposes.
" Hine ma tov umanaim, Shevet achim gam yachad"
(" Behold how good and how pleasant it is, for brethren to dwell together in Unity").
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