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we are a BIBLICALly-based community of jews and non-jews committed to our Jewish identity and also our faith in the jewish messiah Yeshua, of whom the torah of moses and the prophets spoke...

services: 10:30 a.m. sat.

9319 mayfield rd.

chesterland, OH. 44026

  • sermons now on "tunein" !  share and get the app!

  • Check out the new education program for Children, setting the spiritual foundation, and prepare them for their bar & bat mitzvah!  Click the header or the image to the left

  • Do you have a simcha to celebrate?  Anniversary of a loved one, a friend you'd like to honor for a milestone achieved? Or a Bar/Bat Mitzvah?  Get a leaf engraved on the Tree of Life.  It's easy to do and provides a permanent reminder of your milestone.  CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

  • Tikvat now also offers memorial plaques for all our loved ones and friends who have passed on to their Eternal reward.  You can now have the name and Yahrzeit dates engraved on the plaque in our Sanctuary.  The Bible says: "I will give to them in My House and within My walls a memorial and a name" (Is. 56:5a).  Order your permanent memorial plaque for your friend or family member today, and be sure to be here on the Shabbat anniversary of their passing (as well as Yizkor services), as we will recite their name and say Kaddish.  Order Here

what is messianic judaism?

Rabbi Explains the Messianic Jewish Movement

what to expect at a Messianic synagogue service?

Our community is serious about maintaining our Jewish identity, while at the same time preserving our faith in the Messiah Yeshua.  Our services are a blend of traditional Hebrew liturgy, Torah readings, as well as dynamic Messianic style praise and worship with Davidic dance.  We are a Messianic Synagogue that welcomes Anyone & Everyone who wishes to worship with us, including Interfaith Families and non-Jews. A ger tzedik (righteous God-fearer) is an honored non-Jewish person, one who casts her/his lot with the Jewish people and community (i.e. “Ruth”).    All members of the congregation have the opportunity to participate in services with an “Aliyah” (explained below).  

guide to our services

Use the link below to learn more about what to expect at one of our services, how the worship is structured and the unique prayers and traditions of Messianic Jewish Shabbat Services