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  • We are a group of Jews and Gentiles who come together to Worship the One and Living God​​​. . . The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. . . Father of Yeshua the Messiah, our Lord and Redeemer.

    We Worship the Father, Yeshua the Son, and the Ruach HaKodesh. . . the Three Coequal aspects of God. In keeping with the Will of the Father, it is the Blood of Yeshua the Messiah that has Redeemed us from Sin. Yeshua's death on the Cross was our Deliverance, and His Resurrection to Life is our Triumph over Death!

    We recite liturgy in Praise of Adonai (the Lord), and the Glory of His Kingdom and Glorify God with Songs of Worship, have Parashat & Haftorah Commentaries, and Pray together in Agreement.

  • We look ahead to the coming of the Messiah with great anticipation. This is an exciting time. A scary time. A time of necessary boldness, preparedness, and strength in the Spirit.

    Our vision in these last days, is to build a congregation upon the Word of God by the empowerment of the Holy Spirit: a training ground for the warriors of Messiah, and a safe haven for those wounded in battle.

    At Tzur Yisrael, we believe in establishing a solid biblical foundation: one that can only rest securely when built upon the Rock and not upon the sand. Through the many storms and twists of life, our Rock of Israel, our Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) is always there for us. He is the cornerstone of our lives and our faith. “He alone is my rock and my salvation.” Psalm 62:6

    Join us each Shabbat as we worship the Rock who gives us our sure footing, our mayim chaim (living water), and our place of refugee. Blessed be the Rock!

  • We believe Hear, O Israel: The L-rd is G-d, the L-rd is One. (Deuteronomy 6:4)

    We believe the whole Tenach (the Torah, the Prophets and the Writings) as well as the Brit Chadashah (the New Covenant Scriptures) to be divinely inspired and the only infallible, authoritative Word of G-d. All Scripture is given by the Breath/Spirit of Elohim [God], and is to be used for doctrine, for reproof, for correction and for instruction in righteousness. 2 Tim. 3:16.

    We believe there is one G-d, Who has revealed Himself as Abba - Father, Yeshua HaMashiach - the Son, Ruach HaKodesh - The Holy Spirit.

  • We are Yaldei HaDerech (Children of The Way). We are a small group of messianic believers from Třinec, in the Czech Republic.

  • Wij zijn een groep enthousiaste mannen en vrouwen die bij elkaar komen op, onder andere, de Shabbat en de Bijbelse feesten.

  • We are on a journey, a journey of discovery and learning, and the wonder of learning how to “live as He lived.” Yeshua worshipped on Shabbat, He kept the Appointed Times, He never violated the Law - which we have learned is called Torah, or teaching/instruction. But in the same way we left behind the traditions of the church which took us away from the Bible, we do not care to take up new traditions that would keep us away from the Bible. So although we look Jewish sometimes because of when and how we meet, we are not attempting to be Jewish any more than we are trying to be anti-church.

    We are just trying to be obedient children who are learning to imitate our Teacher Yeshua and to live pleasing to him. We are on a journey, we have not arrived, we are learning and will continue to learn. If you are on such a journey come meet us some time. We are easy to find. We're the Yeshua loving group that meets on Saturday. Simply enough, that is why we call ourselves a Sabbath Fellowship.

  • Zera Avraham (Seed of Abraham) is a body of Messianic believers having come together as a Congregation for both Jew by birth and Jew by choice, for the purpose of worshipping G-d, proclamation of Yeshua HaMashiach and the general advancement of a lifestyle based on Biblical Truth.

  • Exploring the foundations (roots) of faith.

    A synagogue that acknowledges Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah.