Fellowship & Body Ministry


    1. Chavurah – This time of fellowship currently meets on average twice a month, at the Communal Fellowship house that is next to the synagogue building. The format is the following: 1) we will begin with light snack. 2) then, a brief time of worship. 3)  and finally, a brief time in the Word.  Our time in God’s word is not meant to be primarily for teaching—not a duplicate of our Shabbat service.  Our goal is to facilitate community through group discovery, insight, and experiencing the Lord together.
    2. Men’s Meeting
    3. Sisterhood


Shabbat School
Much prayer and planning has been brought to the vision for Spiritual Development for the children of Shoresh David. The current Shabbat School coordinators received some imparted wisdom from a more recent Messianic Jewish conference1 and then conformed it to their own vision for this Shoresh ministry. As such, the Shabbat School now has the following GOALS that are intended for every child that is part of the congregation…

  1. To develop a relationship with the Living G-d of Israel through Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah.
  2. To experience G-d in a profound way through the power that comes from being filled with the Ruach HaKodesh.
  3. To operate freely in the gifts of the Spirit.
  4. To develop a burden for the lost souls, especially for the Jewish people.
  5. To develop a strong Messianic identity within the context of Congregation Shoresh David and through a Jewish expression.
  6. To develop a solid foundation of Biblical knowledge through age appropriate teaching of basic Bible Doctrine and Bible

1 Messiah Conference 2017 – MJAA

Youth Ministry
Let no one look down on your youthfulness, but become an example of the faithful—in speech, in conduct, in love, in faithfulness, and in purity. – 1 Timothy 4:12

ESC campAn organic expression that has arisen from the desire to see young men discipling other young men… we see the need to cultivate an attitude of covenant relationship among our youth, knowing that the society we live in will try to tear down their faith at any cost.  We seek to empower our youth through building a knowledge of apologetics, nurturing a sense of community and cultivating a Messianic identity. And… we try to have fun while we’re doing it!