Hope Of Israel Messianic Fellowship

  • Hope Of Israel Messianic Fellowship
  • Hope Of Israel Messianic Fellowship
  • Hope Of Israel Messianic Fellowship
  • Hope Of Israel Messianic Fellowship

Who We Are

Developing Messiah centered disciples of Yeshua to Israel and of Israel!

We worship and pray to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. All of our praise is directly from His word as written down by inspired men through the power of God’s own Spirit. The liturgy is simple and if Hebrew is used we always use the English as well. Most people will feel completely comfortable with the service. All are welcome to join us.

Our Services

Service Times

  • 11:00am - Service

What to Expect

What are services like?
What should I expect? We will help you feel comfortable, informed, and updated on upcoming events with our welcome and announcements. After announcements we have a time of greeting one another with a hearty handshake and a “Shabbat Shalom” greeting. Next a call to worship time with scripture reading and the Shema/Sh’ma Yisrael (Deuteronomy 6:4-9). A time of Worship will include singing a variety of contemporary God honoring Messianic music as well a traditional Jewish/Hebrew songs in English and Hebrew. The children will be dismissed on the 1st and 3rd Shabbats for a children’s Torah class. Following the prayer for the children a message will be shared from the scriptures called a drash. The service will conclude after the traditional blessings of The Kiddish and Hamotzi (blessing for the food) and the Birkat Kohanim (priestly blessing from Numbers 6:23-27). After service we have a time of light refreshments and sincere fellowship with a brief Oneg Shabbat (delight in the Sabbath).

What if I'm not a Christian?
Everyone is Welcome! God loves all people and His love constrains our hearts to welcome all people. All visitors, both Jewish, non-Jewish, intermarried, or those searching for truth are welcome to join us to meet new people and learn more about the love and faithfulness of God. Hope of Israel is a place where both Jewish and non-Jewish believers can worship Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah in a Jewish context as "one new man".

What Members Say

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  • Dear , Rabbi , Greetings, I am humbled down writing this friendly message requesting you to teach us the truth of the word. we have been taught for many years bad doctrine of teachings. i have gone through your website i decided to request you to teach us and you plant your work here in Africa. I believe through you many things will change and many will receive good teachings. many are ready to receive teachings from you, and if possible you to plan to come and start your work. here. The reality is that many are lost due to false teachings we are receive around here. now i hope through you and your real teachings many will understand the fact. send us teachings, Greet all, Bro Stephen Begi
  • Cathy D. Dudley
    Hello! I met Meredith (can't spell her last name ... Mardi___) while serving with her at the Rescue Mission. She's excited about the ministry you all share in the Roanoke Valley. AND it turned out we knew many of the same people!!! God is good :) and our paths crossed. I couldn't find her on facebook so please tell her I tried. Blessings upon your work with God! Cathy
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