Congregation
Chiam B'Derech
Life in the Way

 A torah observant community of believers in Messiah.
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Shabbat Services
Stay for an hour or all day!
Formal Prayer Service
10:30 a.m.
Formal Torah Service
11:00 a.m.
 
Join us for a liturgical prayer and Torah service, Torah processional, and Midrash. Those familiar with traditional synagogue
service will recognize the prayers that are used at this time. This is a
wonderful time to learn and become comfortable with the beauty of
Hebrew worship. All liturgy is done in both Hebrew and English  Following Midrash you will experience Hebraic praise and worship songs and dance. This service concludes with Kiddush.

Oneg Shabbat
1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.

Enjoy a covered dish fellowship with Brothers and Sisters. There is always plenty, and we serve only Biblically clean foods. Members provide the meal, so visitors should just come prepared to enjoy.
Torah Study
2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Informal Bible study in a group setting. Bibles and study aides are available. Questions, insights, and thoughts are welcome from everyone.
Leaders
  1. Randy Cook
    Randy Cook
    Randy is a longtime resident of the River Valley Area. He is a father of 3. He has been walking in Torah since 2003. He has extensively studied the scriptures, Rabbinic writings, and Hebrew.
  2. Elizabeth Cook
    Elizabeth Cook
    Elizabeth has been walking in Torah since 1993. She has studied art therapy at Trenton State College. She serves as secretary, and treasurer for the congregation.
  3. Wayne Prince
    Wayne Prince
    Wayne has been walking Torah since 2011. He is self employed, and is a father to 2. He reads Hebrew fluently, and enjoys studying scriptures.

Welcome

Welcome to our congregation! You are among people who worship the G-d of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and celebrate the redemption brought to the world by Y-shua the Messiah! We welcome and embrace all those who wish to learn more about the Hebrew roots of Christianity. We encourage you to join us in learning to worship our Savior in the manner in which He most likely worshipped. We hope you will explore with us while we focus on the way of life portrayed in the Holy Scriptures, bringing us ever closer to our Savior as we begin to understand Him better in the context of the Jewish Rabbi that He personified.