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 NEW DAY!  BACK to Wednesday in the Sanctuary.

Held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday's  from 7:30 - 9:00pm


  • TAJ E-NEWS 2015-2-22

    TAJ E-NEWS   ***** Israeli Dancing Monday evenings!! We shall begin March 2nd. We are fortunate to have Jacob Giron to be our instructor.

  • TAJ E-NEWS 2015-2-15

    TAJ E-NEWS         Bible Study will be on the 2nd and 4th  WEDNESDAY EVENING. There will be NO Bible study this Wednesday evening. I will also be spending time on the Messianic Prophecies.

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Rabbi's Corner

  • Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year?  Did I SAY that?  Really?

    After all, last year we had FOUR Jewish New Years.  Yes, you heard me right.  It starts out in Shevat where there is a New Year for Trees. In the month of Nisan, the New year is Israel’s religious New Year.  On the first of Elul, there is a New Year’s for animals, in which I am particularly grateful for;  and the first of Tishrei (Rosh HaShana) is the Civil New Year for the Jewish people.

    For me, it shows HaShem’s great mercy for us.  He gives us reminders along the year that there are plenty of opportunities to make Teshuvah.

    So, when you wish me a Happy New Year by the Gregorian calendar, it just gives me just another reminder that there is always a chance to  repent and return to the Lord.

    For one day, there will be no more chances.  Let us remind others that though they may find themselves acting like crazy people on New Years Eve, they may want to sober up and remember...that today is the day of salvation.

    For the rest of us.....let us say, “Yeshua, come quickly!”

  • Thoughts on Chanukah

    Chanukah 5775 is over.  the lights are still shining in our hearts.  The story of Chanukah took place around 150 years before Yeshua's birth.  The Greek-Syrian army forbade the Jews from practicing Judaism and slaughtered a pig in the Holy Temple on the altar! Just a few zealots, the Macabbees, rose up and guess what? Victory!  If they had not won, there would be no Jews.  No Jews, No Messiah.

     About 135 years after Yeshua's birth, the Romans also forbade the Jews from practicing Judaism.  they already destroyed the Temple 70 years earlier.  For a time, the Jewish zealots rose up victoriously against the Romans.  One mistake, but Bar Kochba, the newly proclaimed Messiah, made a serious mistake.  They also rose up against the Messianic Jews and killed them if they did not show allegiance to the newly appointed Jewish Messiah.  Of course, the Messianic Jews knew he was a false messiah.

    The Romans cut off food and supplies and within a year, they made their last stand at the city of Betar.  The Romans brutally killed every man, woman and child.  Messianic Jews that were left assimilated within the believing Gentile communities and any trace of Jewishness disappeared.  The flicker of a candle remained, as a very small remnant kept it going.

    Two thousand years later, the flame is burning brighter and brighter through the Messianic Jewish revival throughout the world, in which Temple Aviv Judea was one of the very first to carry it on.

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Children's Curriculum

To help you guide your children in the ways of the Lord, we offer Shabbat School held during the Message, Bar and Bat Mitzvah prep classes, and more. Learn more about our Children’s Ministries.

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Shabbat (Saturday)

Service: 10:00 am - Noon
Oneg (Potluck Lunch):
Noon - 1:00 pm
Rabbi’s Study: 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Davidic/Israeli Dancing: 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm