Shabbat Order of Service:
(Indicated times are merely guidelines!)

Barchu (Call to Worship)....................................................10:30 a.m.
Sh'ma
Mi Chamocha
Aleinu ·T'fillah
Talmidim ·Amidah
·V'shamru
Barchu
Blessing when called to the Torah

Children's Shabbat School...................................................11:45 a.m.
Torah & Haftarah Reading...................................................11:45 a.m.
Blessing after the reading of the Torah
Teaching
Prayer
Aharonic Benediction
Announcements...................................................................1:00 p.m
.
Fellowship Meal ...................................................................1:15 p.m.




Nosh (Only Biblically Kosher Foods)





Hebrew II (Brenda Benbow)................................................3:00 p.m
.
Beginner Hebrew (Brenda Benbow)................................3:30 p.m.
Dance Practice (in the Fellowship Hall)..........................4:00 p.m
.





Midweek Activities

Midweek Prayer (Wednesday) ........................................................7:00 p.m.
We celebrate these because the Gospel’s and the Apostle Paul wrote of them. Our belief is that if the Messiah
and all the Apostles
observed them, and that they continued to keep them after Yeshua’s ascension, then we
must follow in that same, authentic style of worship.

Our Synagogue is a place of worship and fellowship. The music and liturgy is a comfortable blend of Hebrew,
transliterated Hebrew and English so that anyone can participate freely, without fear of
NOT knowing what they are
saying. Some ask, “Why do you include the liturgical aspect of worship?” We want everyone to reinforce these
core concepts into their way of life as much as they can—repetition and song is an easy way to learn them.

Our services are every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. and we meet at
6001 Warner St., in Tacoma WA. Our celebration of
Shabbat is geared to last until late in the day, but come when you can, and stay for what you need or want. If you
are wondering what you should wear in synagogue, we prefer for people to dress up in their personal best before
the LORD --
in whatever that may be. Kippahs, prayer shawls and head covering are not required; they are
entirely optional, as you will see some wear them and many do not. Below you'll find an estimation of the service
schedule for our congregation.  

If you'd like to know more about us, take a look at these sections in particular:
Congregation T'shuvat Yisrael (Repent O Israel), Tacoma WA Leadership:        
Rabbi Bob and Brenda Benbow are Congregational Leadership   
Shamashim (Deacon) - Fred Gray
We offer counseling services, Shabbat School Sessions, Hebrew Lessons, Messianic Dance Training, Torah Study, Erev Shabbat
Training and Fellowship.
"Balancing the Goodness of Torah with the Grace and Mercy of Messiah"
Pesach
-
Passover
Hag HaMatzot
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Feast of Unleavened Bread
Yom HaBikkerim
-
First Fruits
Shavuot
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Pentecost
Yom Teruah
-
Feast of Trumpets
Yom Kippur
-
Day of Atonement,
Fast of the 7th Month (Zec 8:19)
Succoth
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Feast of Tabernacles
Chanukkah
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Festival of Lights
Purim
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Fast and celebration of Esther
Dire Straits
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Fast of 4th Month (Zec 8:19)
9th of Av
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Fast of 5th Month (Zec 8:19)
10th of Tevet
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Fast of 10th Month (Zec 8:19)
About Us - Congregation T'shuvat Yisrael (Repent O Israel), Tacoma WA

We are a Messianic community that is diverse in age, background, ethnicity and nationality; dedicated
to "Balancing the Goodness of Torah with Grace and Mercy."  This was a recurring theme that Messiah expressed
to His chosen people during His ministry, and so, we have come together to worship in a style that follows His 1st
century mode of worship.

What exactly does that mean? He said in Matthew 5:18 "For assuredly, I say to you,
till heaven and earth pass
away
, one jot or one tittle will by NO means pass from the law (Torah) till ALL is fulfilled."  Is ALL fulfilled? No? So,
in the words of the Master, the law (Torah) which serves to measure the deeds of men
is still valid.

The Messiah observed the Sabbath on the 7th day of the week, which started for him when the sun went down,
after the 6th day (Friday evening). So do we. Among other things, we also keep the Feasts of the LORD, fasts and
festivals:
Tacoma's premier
Messianic Congregation,
serving Tacoma since 1991.

Yeshua (Jesus) is the KING
of kings and LORD of lords.
Congregation T’shuvat Yisrael - About Us
Shalom Aleichem!
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