Hebrew/Torah Studies - Saturday 10:00am

Sabbath Service - Saturday 11:00am

Word/Prayer - Thursday 6:00pm

The act of worship is not just singing and dancing, but it includes receiving the word (Torah), His teachings and instructions. We believe in the freedom to worship using various forms of expression to convey our love, appreciation and devotion to YHWH Elohim. Worship is an opportunity to reconnect and become inspired by the Torah. At Yeshua Is LORD Ministries, you will find that our worship service is patterned after the Old Testament tabernacle which had a courtyard, outer courts, inner courts and the Holy of Holies. You will see dancing and flags waving. You will hear singing and shofars blowing as well as music from various musical instruments. You will also experience teaching that is delivered by our leaders from a Hebraic perspective. 


We implement dancing throughout our worship service. At the onset of service we dance within the sanctuary as a form of celebration, symbolizing the courtyard, which was just outside the tabernacle. We may dance together as a congregation utilizing basic Hebraic steps or we may use more modern contemporary steps. The goal is to dance before The Lord (Adonai) while we enter into the outer courts. Just as King David danced before Adonai, we dance with flags, we dance with banners and we shout when we feel the move of the Ruach. We use dance to set the atmosphere, to break yokes of bondage and to war in the spirit. Dance plays an important role in worship and everyone should feel free to dance before Adonai. 


We sing praise songs to symbolize the outer courts and worship songs to symbolize the inner courts.  Praise songs focuses our minds away from ourselves and onto Elohim. When we sing songs of praise, they exalt and proclaim the mighty acts of YHWH Elohim. They also prepare our hearts for worship and takes us from the outer courts to the inner courts. When we transition to worship songs, the lyrics will often profess love and adoration of YHWH and His character and the tempo typically slows down. Finally, in order to enter into the Holy of Holies, we must be on one accord.  Inside the Holy of Holies spiritual gifts can flow and it is when spontaneous and prophetic songs can be heard. We believe in flowing with the Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh).  

Teachings and Instructions

We refer to the entire bible as the Torah, His Teachings and Instructions.  We recite the She'ma at every Sabbath service as it is the foundation of our faith.  We teach using the Tanakh (Old Testament) and the Brit Hadashah (New Testament). We utilize various forms of multi-media in our teachings and teach with a focus on the practical application of the Torah. We believe just as it states in the word that "All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness". (2 Tim 3:16 NKJV)