קהילת תלמידי ישוע
Talmidei Yeshua Fellowship
95 Milvan Drive, North York, Ontario

Service Outline

Shabbat Service Outline

"Whenever you come together, each one has a psalm, has a teaching, has a language, has a revelation, has an interpretation. Let all be done for up-building."

Shaul I Corinthians 14:26

We believe that believers should come together learning from each other, giving and taking, sharing, etc. We believe in a community approach with the leadership comprised of a group of Elders that have met the Titus requirements (see Fellowship governance). We believe in an interactive assembly where everything is done as a group; kids remain with their parents and learn as a part of the community. Our Service Outline gives a structure to the order of our service but keeps the time to within a few hours (plus or minus) which respects the attention span and constraints of children (and even adults). We focus on glorifying God always and thus we are always challenging ourselves on our ideas using Scriptures and our services must reflect this.

Shabbat Service Outline

10:30 AM

Service opens with prayer led by an elder

 

 

Psalms and Praise Songs

 

 

Word of Encouragement

 

 

Worship Songs


Pray for needs and impromptu prayer


Prayer, Reading, and Study of Scriptures

 

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem & for the Second Coming

 

12:30 PM

Fellowship

 


Brief Service Online Descriptions


Opening Prayer - Before starting services an elder prays for forgiveness and for a genuine period of worship, praise, studying, and conviction. He prays that the Shabbat would be sanctified and that God would be glorified.

Praise Songs - We sing praise songs, which ebulliently thank God for all He has given us.

Word of Encouragement - Throughout the Book of Acts, Shaul, Barnabas, and many other talmidim are said to visit local communities to share "any word of encouragement" (see Acts 13:15). Each week, one of the men from the community will be given the opportunity to share a word of encouragement from the Holy One. This can be structured like a sermon, a study on a particular topic, a use of Scripture to encourage for present circumstances, etc.

Worship Songs - We sing worship songs, which focus on our relationship with God and especially on His Glory.

Prayer for Needs and Impromptu Prayer - After the study, there will be a time of prayer for the needs of the community and prayer request will be taken at this point. As an important note, prayers during this time will always be asked according to God's Will. It can be tempting to pray that one's own will would be satisfied but Yeshua teaches us to pray that God's Will be done (see Matthew 6:10). In prayer, we seek to ensure that we adhere to His Will and thus pray for those things in faith (see I John 5:14-15). Lastly, this period is a time where praise reports and times of rejoicing for answers can be shared with the community.

Prayer prior to Reading and Studying Scripture - Before delving into the Scriptures, someone prays for a blessing over the reading, that God would protect us from deceit, teach us where we err, and reveal to us our blind spots.

Reading and Studying Scriptures - We use a 7-year reading cycle to read through all of the Word. We were inspired to form some kind of 7-year cycle after reading Deuteronomy 31:10-13 where Torah is to be read once every seven years (Note: we do not claim that this is an actual Biblical command! This is only the basis of our congregation's routine!). Our goal is to read, study, learn from, and explain the entire Old Testament and New Testament over these seven years. The person appointed will read and expound on the Scriptural portion for the week.

Prayer for the Peace of Y'rushalayim - To conclude our gathering, we will pray for the peace of Y'rushalayim as we are commanded in Psalm 122:6: "Pray for the peace of Y'rushalayim." For believers in Yeshua, this prayer is even more significant as we pray for preparation for the speedy return of our Messiah.

The Service Outline acts as a guideline but it is subject to planned and extemporaneous change as we remain open to change as the Spirit guides us. Despite the need of order to remain efficient, we do not want to become regimented in any way so we try to maintain the fine balance.

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