Avodah is the Hebrew word for “worship.” It comes from the root word for “service” as well. Of course, in Jewish tradition these two thoughts naturally connect. Worship is not merely sitting in a pew and watching someone else worship God. It is better understood as a service that we offer to HaShem much like the priesthood of the ancient Temple. There are some important ways in which we, as a messianic synagogue, offer up our avodah to the Lord. Check the links below to find out more of our philosophy regarding liturgy, music and dance as expressions of our service of the heart. We hope you will come join us as we lift up Messiah within the beauty of Jewish tradition.