“Make a joyful noise all ye lands.” Psalm 100:1
Judaism is rich with a heritage, a call and an invitation to exalt Elohim, the Most High G-d. We are commanded in the Tenach to praise Him and to “proclaim His salvation (literally Yeshua) day after day” 1 Chronicles 16:23. At Beth Hallel, we join our mishpacha around the world in our liturgical exaltation. In addition to this, we follow after the pattern of Melech David (King David) in praising and worshiping our G-d, who Scripture says, “rejoices over you with singing” (Zephaniah 3:17).
We do this with music which infuses modern Israeli and American worship styles with traditional Israeli and Klezmer styles. Expect guitars, drums, keyboard, percussion and vocalists all lifting up HaShem. Messianic congregations are known for their unique musical expressions about and toward the G-d of Israel. Beth Hallel, whose very name means House of Praise, is among the premiere congregations in adding to the Messianic catalogue of G-d centered music. Come join us in lifting up the name of Yeshua and proclaiming the one G-d of Israel through Messianic Jewish liturgy and song.
“Let us exalt His Name together.” Psalm 34:3
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