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We have temporarily decided to not meet in person until September due to the increase in COVID-19 cases.
We currently have weekly meetings on Zoom and post our teachings online.
We are available on Zoom - contact us for a link to the meeting.
Saturdays 10:30 AM
A 1st Century Messianic Congregation
Returning People's Hearts to God
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To give people direction in their spiritual walk with God; to bring the shalom (the all encompassing and restoring peace) of God
to those who seek restoration with God; to help people to turn back to the mighty God of all creation who is actively at work in those who want teshuvah (change) through Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus the anointed one); so that those who love and trust in God
can enjoy a life of devotion to God and be to God's praise, giving Him glory and demonstrating God’s goodness.
* We meet on Saturdays from 10:30 to 12 temporarily via Zoom because of COVID-19.
Our teachings are also available online.
We meet at: 47 Vienna, San Antonio, TX 78258
We hope you can make it.
We celebrate God's feasts:
The next feast is Rosh Hashanah on Saturday 9/19 at 10:30 AM
Come and celebrate with us. Check out articles on God's feasts at: https://www.teshuvahsa.org/observing-the-feasts.
Contact us for more information at: 210-401-7007
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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT US
1. The Bible came from God, that God knows what is best for mankind, and the Bible must be understood how it was originally intended to be understood.
2. Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah who died for our sins, rose from the dead, and sent the Holy Spirit.
3. In a joyous lifetime journey of teshuvah (relationship) with God.
4. Our Beliefs
Observing the Feasts
We observe all God's feasts and we encourage you to also. Shabbat is a feast we observe every week. God made Shabbat holy when He created the universe. "Then God blessed the seventh day and sanctified it, because in it He rested from all His work which God had created and made;" Genesis 2:3 NKJV.
We are a small and welcoming community that wants to help others with their journey of faith as true 1st century Messianic believers.
Our Shabbat Meeting Saturdays 10:30-12
Prayer and Singing
Observe God's Feasts
Temporarily on Zoom
Teachings Posted Weekly
Create your own Jewish event calendar to find out when events are coming up. The true first day of the Jewish month is the ancient first crescent of the moon and not the modern day concept of the new moon. The actual first day of the month can be off one to two days from the standard Jewish calendar.
Understanding the Bible
Some say the Bible is just to be plainly read and understood that way, but the Bible was written within a biblical culture and a time period that was totally different than our modern day culture. So, the Bible must be understood within the culture and time period it was written or our understanding will be just plain fiction.
Understanding God's Feasts
There are many reasons believers in the Messiah Yeshua are to celebrate the feasts of God. Rabbi Shaul (Paul) probably commands believers to keep the biblical feasts. Early believers in the Messiah kept them and that includes the feast of Shabbat which is given in the 10 Commandments.
God's Feasts - Upcoming Feasts
Here are the upcoming feasts of God. I am going by the ancient and more correct new moon which is the
first sliver of the moon. It can get confusing so I am including the first typical day the Orthodox observe.
So if someone tells you that you are off a day you can tell them why.
The Benefits the Jews and Messianic Jews Bring
The Jews gave man a God centered life, dignity and worth, the scriptures, and the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus). Informed messianic Jews understand how the scriptures relate to Jewish practice and can greatly help the believing community of the Messiah understand the Jewish roots of the messianic message.