Shalom Church is a Bible-based, Spirit-filled, evangelistic church that honors Israel. We are not a Messianic synagogue. We teach the Bible with a Messianic perspective to gain a balanced view of Israel and the Church, and the key roles they play in God’s overall plan of redemption for all peoples.
We’re about unity, love, and passion for God and people. We demonstrate our love for God by helping people encounter Jesus.
The Hebrew word “shalom” is translated as “peace” in English, but it has a richer meaning in its original language. Shalom conveys a sense of wholeness, completeness, lacking nothing.
The Bible says that Jesus is our shalom, the only one who can meet the human heart’s deepest longing for true happiness and contentment. True shalom does not exist in a heart void of Yeshua, Jesus. Nor can shalom exist in a heart that is split between loving God and the world, or that harbors worry, fear, anxiety, doubt, greed, anger, sadness, confusion, or bitterness. We are in true shalom when Jesus, the Prince of Peace, dwells in our hearts and minds. Only when we make Jesus Lord of our lives, will we experience complete peace.
“For He is our shalom, the One who made the two into one and broke down the middle wall of separation.” (Ephesians 2:14 TLV)
Yeshua is the original name of Jesus in Hebrew. It means salvation. At Shalom Church, we love and use both names interchangeably.
You can expect worship, prayer, and a life-changing message that will provide guidance and encouragement to face life with confidence. We have Communion Service on the third Saturday of the month. Be prepared to receive lots of love and a welcoming atmosphere from our church family.
Our Worship Service meets on Saturdays from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm CST.
You can expect to experience the Havdalah ceremony with beautiful Jewish prayers that mark the end of the Sabbath, Messianic worship that includes some Hebrew phrases, a life-changing message that will nurture your spirit, and Oneg / food fellowship after the service that unites our church family. As our guest, you don’t need to bring anything.
Our Messianic Service is held on the first Saturday of the month from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm CST.
“Oneg” is a Hebrew word that means pleasure, delight or joy, and refers to the gathering usually for Shabbat either on Friday or Saturday.
Our monthly Oneg fellowship takes place right after our Messianic Service on the first Saturday of the month. Our potluck dinner is always amazing as we enjoy delicious food and build community.
Discipleship is the path to spiritual maturity providing a strong spiritual formation grounded in the Bible.
Our discipleship classes are currently online and are held on Wednesdays from 7:00 to 8:00 pm. Our classes are open to anyone interested in personal and spiritual growth. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get the Zoom link.
A disciple is a student of the Bible who learns the teachings of Jesus and applies them to everyday life. A disciple is also someone who makes disciples.
Before ascending to heaven, Jesus commissioned His disciples to: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you.” (Matthew 28:19-20)
We follow a small group relational model of discipleship where people can grow in community with other believers.
We welcome anyone who seeks a deeper relationship with Jesus, a connection to the Jewish roots of the Christian faith, and a family atmosphere to do life together with other believers. Please read our What We Believe page to become acquainted with our beliefs. Visit our Membership page for more information.