Service Times (central time)

Saturday - Shabbat Service

Main Shabbat Service: 3:00-5:30pm

  • 3:00pm  Welcome
    • Ma Tovu & Shema
    • Shofar call to Worship
  • Praise & Worship Music
  • Torah Scroll Processional
  • Torah Blessings & Parasha Drash
  • Weekly Message
  • Havdalah Closing
    • Tithe/Offerings
    • Kiddish & Blessings
    • Priestly Benediction
  • 5:30pm  Individual Prayer

Post Service Fellowship: 5:30-6:30pm

  • Each Shabbat following service
  • Oneg (Potluck Fellowship Dinner)
    • last Shabbat of every month, unless we announce a Special Oneg
    • Members bring biblically clean dishes, desserts, and snacks to share


You can listen to our recorded Worship Set on our YouTube channel, just click Playlist below.

Weekly Torah Drash and Messages

To see our past Weekly Torah Drash and Messages, click below to link to our YouTube Channel. We are working on this so more will be loaded each week.

Rosh Chodesh - Nisan

Come and join us in welcoming the new month together. 

We meet online using Zoom to bring in the new month together no matter where we are during the week.  Each new month holds a new theme that cycles annually like all the Holidays.  So come and discover what God holds for you this month by clicking on the link above at the appointed time!


Time: 8:00pm ***NEW TIME***

Date: Wednesday, May 8th

 Our Events & Gatherings

Feast of Weeks

We are to count 50 days to Shavuot

He is indeed risen as the first fruit of the resurrection!  Come join us at the San Gabriel Park in Georgetown, TX at the Springs Pavilion.  We are gathering in celebration of our Messiah's resurrection!  

Shavuot / Pentecost

Sunday Morning on June 16th, 2024

Join us on the 50th day of the Feast of Weeks in the beautful San Gabriel park at the Springs Pavilion to welcome the Holy Spirit, as our Messiah Yeshua promised. Bring a dish, snack or dessert to share and don't forget your favorite lawn chair. 

About the Spring Festival Holidays

Rosh Chodesh/ New Month of Nisan begins the Biblical New Year, Pesach/Passover is the kickoff holiday for the spring festival holidays and concludes with Shavuot/Pentecost. It is the festival season that Messiah fulfilled in his first coming. Yet, as we study, this celebration provides us hints and hope for his second coming so you don't want to miss out on any of these events.

Pesach / Passover
~ Monday, April 22d

We are to hold a passover at twilight on the fourteenth day of the first month (Nisan), Lev 23:5. So we will be gathering for our special seder service and welcome everyone. Scroll above to see our Pesach gathering event.

Feast of Unleavened Bread
~ April 23d to 29th

On the fifteenth day of the month of Nisan begins the Feast of Unleavened Bread. For seven days we are to present a food offering and eat bread made without yeast, ie matzah. Eat lotza matza! The first and the last days are a Sabbath where we do no regular work, Lev 23:6-8.

Feast of First Fruits
~ Sunday, April 28th

This is the day a sheaf of the first grain of the harvest we wave as an offering before the LORD.  This day occurs the day after the Sabbath of the pesach/passover, Lev 23:9-14.  It is the day we believe Messiah's tomb was found empty making Him the First Fruit of the Resurrection.

Feast of Weeks
~ April 27th to June 15th

From the day after the Sabbath, the day you brought the sheaf of the wave offering, count off seven full weeks. Count off fifty days up to the day after the seventh Sabbath, Lev 23:15-16.

Counting of the Omer
~ April 27th to June 15th

An Omer is the measure of the grain offering that is waved on the day of First Fruits.  To help us count the fifty days, we use the Omer counting that many of our Jewish brothers and sisters use. Join us here each day as we count the days to Shavuot. 

Shavuot / Pentecost
~ Sunday, June 16th

We have arrived at the 50th day! The day Israel was given the Torah and then the day the Holy Spirit descended upon the believers as promised by Messiah Yeshua.  This is a Sabbath day where we do no regular work, Lev 23:21.


Click below to view our full calendar with times, and locations of Beit Messiah's appointed times with our Messiah.


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