About Us

Who We Are

  • We are a Torah observant community of believers who desire to grow in grace.
  • We are diverse and we encourage diversity with unity in God’s Spirit. 
  • We have a heart for our community and for those who are in need, and we have established ministry principles to reach those in need.

What We Believe

  • We believe that the Bible, is the only infallible and authoritative Word of God. (Psalms 12:6-7, Timothy 3:16-17)
  • We believe that God is the only Sovereign, as declared by (Deuteronomy 6:4), and that His works are manifested through the works of the Father God, His only begotten son, Yeshua (Jesus), and God’s Spirit as revealed in the Scriptures. (Genesis 1:26, Isaiah 48:16-17, Matthew 28:19)
  • We believe in the present ministry and gifts of God’s Spirit.
  • We believe that God sanctified the seventh day as the Sabbath. He has given it to us as a day of rest and blessings to be enjoyed in community. We are to remember, guard and set it apart to him.  Exodus 20:8  
  • We believe the Torah (the first five books of the Bible) represent a Chesed, a loving covenant between God and His various peoples.  We believe the Torah was given as a guide for godly living and is relevant for believers today. (Romans 3:20, 2Timothy 3:16-17)
  • We believe that studying the Word is essential for renewed life, instruction, healing and carrying out the work of the ministry of Yeshua. 2Timothy 2:15
  • We believe in keeping God’s appointed times and seasons by following the calendar He created from creation. We believe that the weekly Sabbaths (Friday sundown to Saturday sundown) and the Feasts of the Lord are His appointed times.

What Unites Us

Beth Chesed Sabbath Fellowship encourages and welcomes everyone to fellowship with us united under these four basic principles:


  • Yeshua haMashiach/Jesus the Christ: He is the goal of the Torah - yes, the living Torah (the Word was made flesh -John 1:14); He is the Way (Psalm 119:1), the Truth (Psalm 119:143), and the Life (Deut. 30:15-16).
  • Sabbath-keeping: Every day is a good day to praise God, but Sabbath, the seventh day, is God’s designated day to rest and worship Him. We gratefully receive early, mid-day, and later attendees to enjoy Sabbath fellowship with us during the day. If you feel led by God to rest and discuss scriptures on the Sabbath, then please join us anytime during the day! 
  • God’s Festivals: Yeshua fulfilled the first three of God’s seven prescribed Festivals during Passover; and there was a double fulfillment of the fourth Festival, Shavuot/Pentecost.  Join us in longing for the return of our Messiah when He fulfills God’s final three Festivals, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot. We await His kingdom by preparing through the observance of His Festivals! 
  • God’s Word: We study Moses (The Torah), the Prophets and the Apostolic Scriptures in their totality supported by the languages of Greek and Hebrew to understand the thoughts and meaning behind the biblical writings.  We begin studies with Torah because that’s how God started His Book. If you agree, then please join us! 

When we attempt to put our awesome God into boxes, we don’t limit God, but we may notice His blessings flow less than they should due to our lack of faith. Likewise, if we box people into a particular type of faith by labeling them, we miss out on opportunities for fellowship because of our self-imposed, preconceived notions. 


Denominational labels like Seventh-Day Church, Hebrew Roots, Messianic, and Judaism may classify us, but they can also divide us. We want to challenge the restrictive definitions that block friendly fellowship based on labels that constrict associations. That’s why we agree on a few basic principles.