ABOUT YAHWEH's HOUSE OF PRAYER
Yahweh's House Of Prayer is a Messianic Hebrew ministry. We observe the 7th day Sabbath as well as the other Hebrew feast days. This is a denominational ministry where prayer, praise, worship and the word are very important to us.
We love Yahweh and we also love people. We allow the Holy Spirit to have It's way in our services, and the gifts of the Spirit are used regularly in this ministry. This is a healing and deliverance ministry also, and Yahweh gets all of the glory for every one of them.
We get together twice a week and are currently having home visits and there are public speaking services available. Currently, we are very small in number, but we are a loving and a growing assemblage.
We know that we will have a facility of worship in time. Come to one of our services, trusting that Yahweh will do someting for you, and you will surely be blessed. Until then, please continue to pray for us as, we pray for you
Messianic Hebrews believe that Yahshua is the Hebrew Messiah and spiritual son of Yahweh and that the 'Tanakh' (the Hebrew scriptures which consist of three divisions: the Torah, the Prophets, and the Writings) and the New Testament are the authoritative scriptures.
Salvation as Messianic Hebrews is achieved only through the acceptance of Yahshua as one's savior, the Hebraic laws of Yahweh and customs (patronage) which are followed - but do not contribute to salvation.
Belief in the messiahship of Yahshua, his power to save, and his divinity are the defining distinctions between the cults of Christianity and the Hebraic laws of Yahweh.
Many adherents of the Hebraic laws of Yahweh (613 laws) are ethnically Hebrews and argue that the movement is not a cult or sect of Hebrews but are the true Hebrew followers of Yahweh. Many refer to themselves in Hebrew as maaminim (believers), not converts, and not notzrim (Christians).
Jewish organizations and the Supreme Court of Israel have rejected this claim in cases related to the Law of Return, and instead consider Messianic Hebrews (Judaism) to be a form of Christianity.
From 1980 to 2018, the Messianic houseses of worship in the United States grown and more have grown worldwide; some congregations are often affiliated with larger Messianic organizations or alliances.