Prison Ministry - Lead by Roeh Frank Mckinley - We strive to help inmates in the area prisons have a relationship with The Most High and His Torah
Orphanage Ministry - Lead by Roeh Kariuki - We assist orphaned children in Kenya, Africa who are housed in a Torah based environment and are receiving teachings based on the Torah and the New Testament.
We are looking for a few folks to join in with us and fill in the blank of the children's and Youth ministry. Interested? Call the number to the right.
Prayer Service at the assembly House every Shabbat at 10:30 am.
Modern Hebrew Every wednesday, on line at 7pm. Join in person at the assembly House or on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
Every week we study different sections of the Torah, Haftorah and the BritChadasha. Please download the latest schedule here if you would like to follow the readings.
If you need any information on how to find us or the teachings, Please call Roeh Billy at
counting the omer
חסד של גבורה
Prayer for day 8:
Today is the 1st day of the 2nd week of seven weeks. Today
is the 8th day of the counting of fifty days from the day of
the waving of the Omer on the morrow after the Sabbath
Lovingkindness of Strength
חסד של גבורה
Chesed shel Gevurah
The underlying intention and motive in discipline is love. Why do we measure our behavior, establish standards and expect people to live up to them - only because of love. Even judgment of the guilty is an expression of love. In other words, punishment is not vengeance; it is just another way to express love by cleansing anything antithetical to love. Tolerance of people should never be confused with tolerance of their behavior. On the contrary: love for people includes wanting them to be the best they can be and therefore helping them be aware of anything less than perfect behavior.
Chesed of gevurah is the love in strength: Awareness of the intrinsic love that underlies discipline and judgment. It is the recognition that your personal discipline and the discipline you expect of others is only an expression of love. It is the understanding that we have no right to judge others; we have a right only to love them and that includes wanting them to be their best.
Exercise: Before you criticize someone today, think twice: Is it out of concern and love?
Click the picture to the below to join the live Shabbat service at 1:30pm. Warning: This is live. There is no editing, and we almost never take ourselves seriously. We take the Scripture and the Ayin Suf seriously but not ourselves. So please laugh all you want.
The picture is also the link for the Weekly Drash every Thursday evening starting at 7:00pm. May Yehovah bless you all in our attempts to edify His people and lift Him up.