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Congregation Shema Yisrael is a congregation of Jews and Gentiles who believe in the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus), and who worship the God of Israel in a Jewish way. We are committed to restoring the Jewish Roots of our faith in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

 

Our purpose is to proclaim Messiah Yeshua to Jewish and non-Jewish people, connect them personally with the God of Israel through prayer and worship, draw them into fellowship, lead them to spiritual maturity, equip them to serve, and inspire believers everywhere to reconnect with their Jewish roots.

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We are located at:

250 Edgewood Avenue
Rochester, NY 14618!

Please join us for our Saturday Shabbat Service at 10:00 AM!
Children of all ages are welcome, and Shabbat school is available for all children who wish to attend.

We will still be having ONLINE Shabbat services. Click here to join us live on Facebook at 10:00 am on Shabbat, or here to join us live on YouTube. 
UPCOMING
EVENTS

Oración Selah: Mondays at 8 p.m. For Spanish speakers via phone conference. Contact Hector or Aimee Rodriguez for more information.

Messianic Judaism Class: Tuesday 7 p.m. via Zoom. Contact Rabbi Jim by email for more information. 

Connections Class: For anyone new to Congregation Shema Yisrael, new to the faith, or who would like to learn more. Contact Ava Batts for more information.  

T’Shuvah Prayer: Thursday 6 pm. Via phone conference. Join us as we pray for those in need of salvation, our nation, Israel and the world. Contact Ava Batts for more information.

 

Erev Shabbat Group: 7 p.m. via Zoom to celebrate Shabbat and discuss the Parshah readings for the week. Contact Neyoka for more information.

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The Spirit of Lawlessness

What is anti-nomian theology? How did it develop out of Replacement Theology? How has anti-nomian theology influenced Bible translations? How have Bible translations influenced by anti-nomian theology affected our society? Rabbi Jim answers these questions and more in this teaching given on May 14, 2022 the 13th day of Iyar, 5782.

Behar
(On the Mountain)

Leviticus 25:1-26:2

Jeremiah 32:6-27

Psalm 103-118

2 Corinthians 2-6


Click here to download the reading plan for the year.

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 TORAH READING