Kehilat HaMashiach

Services and Classes

 

Shabbat Schedule (all activities are at the synagogue):


Pre-service prayer begins at 10:30 AM. It ends at 10:50 to allow for getting ready for Shabbat service.


Oneg first, second and fourth Shabbats of the month


Men's and Women's Shabbaton after Kiddush on second Shabbat of the month.

 

Group Shabbaton after Kiddush on the fourth Shabbat of the month


Havdalah begins about 15 minutes after Shabbat ends (fall and winter)

 

Check this website each week for any changes or special events. Our Messianic Jewish Training Classes (MJ101A) will start again, and you can hear about it here.


   Our mailing and meeting address is 13506 E. Broadway Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99216. Our office phone number is (509) 465-9523, or you may fax us a note at (509) 465-0451 and an e-mail you can use to contact us is info@khmwa.org.


   Shabbat Services begin every Saturday morning at 11 AM. Depending on the activities for the day, you can also find an opportunity to pray with others or just enjoy a casual time together.

 


   Please use the map below for directions to our synagogue.


   Many people frequently ask us for information on the fundamentals of Messianic Judaism. We respond by directing them to either attend seasonal classes offered at the synagogue such as Messianic Judaism 101, or New Members Classes, and books such as 'Return of the Remnant', by Rabbi Michael Schiffman. While these resources are invaluable in understanding the history and theology of the Messianic Jewish Movement - specifically in the manner that we as a shul understand and practice it - we would also like to suggest you read a recent publication by the UMJC titled, "Introducing Messianic Judaism and the UMJC". This material, produced by our fellow rabbis and leaders in one of the most significant modern movement-organizations, is a great primer on understanding the history, practice, theology and vision of what Hashem is doing today in Messianic Judaism. It also identifies some of the errant problematic teachings and practices that have crept into Messianic organizations and congregations. Yet, there is no better way for getting those important questions answered than by asking someone who is a mature and seasoned participant in Messianic Judaism. We invite you to come and get those much needed answers you have. Messianic Judaism has not been formed in a vacuum, disconnected from cultural and historical, both Biblical and traditional practices in Judaism. If you can't make it into the shul now, download a copy of the publication by the UMJC. May Hashem guide you and bless you in understanding this incredible work He is doing among His people. Shalom.


   We continue with our Messianic Bible study classes on the second and fourth Wednesday evenings at 6 pm at the Appleway Court  on Farr Rd., in Spokane Valley. Everyone is invited to the classes to study the Book of Galatians from its intended Jewish perspective. Paul being a first-century Jewish Rabbi, speaks and teaches from his training on a very controversial book that has significant contemporary in our movement and beyond. Notes are provided for participant completion and the interaction is rich and lively.

Get Directions To:
13506 E. Broadway Ave.
Spokane Valley Washington 99216
USA