Make a Difference
No paid staff… No passing of the offering plate… No guilt.
Just 100% obedience.
Those in Need
The Helping Hand Fund is used exclusively for the destitute and truly needy among our neighbors. The Tithe is sacred, and is reserved for this purpose, and not used to keep paid staff… We uphold that no one should be paid for the teaching of the Scriptures.
Sharing Elohim's Word to the Globe
We provide educational information and materials to people and organizations across the world – at no cost to them. Donations of time and money from our members and others help make this happen.
Provide a Place of Learning
A very small portion is used to keep our assembly hall open. All of our meetings are open to the public, and our hall provides a place for those who wish to study the scriptures in a welcoming and supportive environment.
A Little Bit Different…
At Beit Yeshua, we have strict observance of the Tithe as according to Scripture… The Tithe is to be used for widows, children, and the poor. For this reason, all of our members (including the Rabbi) provide their own livings, and donate their time and effort as volunteers.
No passing the plate
Unlike most churches, we do not have an offering time; nor do we promote the idea of tithes and offerings being collected in front of others. Instead, we provide a Zadachah box that is discreetly set aside for these purposes – and all money is used conservatively for the three areas mentioned above.
“Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels…
For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat; I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink; I was a stranger and you did not invite me in; I needed clothes and you did not clothe me; I was sick and in prison and you did not look after me.'”
Ask the Rabbi
Do you have a question about scripture? Have an issue that requires some guidance?
Send us a message, and let our Rabbi help.
Watch us Live!
Join us for our Sabbath assembly each Friday night at 7pm, and our mid-week lesson each Wednesday evening at 6:15pm.
Miss a meeting? No problem! You can view videos of our previous lessons as well.