ebedYahushua Fellowship

Salem | Oregon | 97303 | Messianic Judaism

2765 Broadway ST NE, Salem, Oregon 97303
2765 Broadway ST NE Salem Oregon 97303 US

Rev 14:12 Here is the patience of the saints, who keep the commandments of Eloah, and the faith of Y’shua.

– Our little group meets each week to discuss the Torah portion and share insights with each other. We do not typically have a teacher that does any kind of expository teaching although we are not against that kind of meeting and may occasionally have such a thing, we are not focused in that direction.

– We try to let the Ruach lead our meetings. Meaning that if the body has any needs like prayer we will take the time to do that. It does not mean that we allow disorder, but do encourage all gifts of the spirit in accordance with what Rav Sha’ul (Paul) taught in 1st Corinthians. And the rules he gave us will be held to.

– Above all we enjoy YHWH’s day of rest.

– 1. We have what is called an Oneg each Sabbath. Regular attenders usually bring some Kosher food/snacks to share. As a visitor you are not expected to bring anything but are welcome to enjoy this with us. If you would like to bring something and have any questions about what Kosher means, please give us a call or shoot us an email. We will answer any questions you might have.

– 2. We are a Two House fellowship. Both Jews and non-Jews are welcome to come. We welcome any who believe in One House theology as we care more for the people than the doctrine.

– 3. This is a midrash group, and we try to look at every topic in scripture with an open mind. We do not censor any topics in regards to scripture. When dealing with tough issues in the word, we have one rule. Respect everyone else’s position. We sometimes find ourselves agreeing to disagree agreeably in the love of Yahushua HaMashiach. There are black and white issues, and there are vague issues. They need to be treated accordingly.

Worship Style
Contemporary Worship
Church Size
< 50
Informal or casual attire
Year Founded
Bible Used
Other Translation
Service Times

Friday’s @6:30 pm
– Saturday’s @1:30pm
– Important information for coming to our group:

Date Added
December 18, 2014 5:15 pm
Senior Pastor
Kalev Kunkle
Senior Pastor eMail
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