Adat Yeshua Messianic Congregation
in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles

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Shalom, and welcome to
Adat Yeshua Ha Adon!

We are a Messianic Jewish congregation meeting in West Hills, California, in the northwestern part of Los Angeles, and serving the San Fernando Valley and neighboring communities.

"Join us for Our Fall Jewish Holidays!"

Wednesday September 20, 7:30pm Erev Rosh Hashanah Service

Thursday September 21, 11:00am Rosh Hashanah Day Service

Friday September 29, 7:30pm Erev Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) Service

Saturday September 30, 11:00am Yom Kippur Morning Service

Friday October 6 / Saturday October 7, Sukkot Celebration

Friday October 13 / Saturday October 14 Simchat Torah Celebration

  • Jonathan Kravatz
  • Michael Cohen
  • Michael H. Brown

Who we are ...

Our congregation consists of both Jewish and Gentile believers who recognize Yeshua (Jesus) as the promised Jewish Messiah. All are welcome to visit with us, including those who do not believe in Yeshua but are curious about our faith. Come join our Messianic community to learn more about the Jewishness of our faith in Yeshua, explore exciting Biblical truths, and enjoy warm, caring fellowship!

Shabbat Service

When and where we meet ...

We have two regular Shabbat Celebrations each week, as well as numerous opportunities for small group fellowship and study. Our Erev Shabbat Celebration is held every Friday night at 7:30 p.m., with concurrent childrens classes and fellowship and refreshments for the whole family following. Our Saturday morning Messianic Shabbat Celebration begins at 11:00 a.m. We've included driving directions and an online calendar for your convenience.

"Shabbat Celebration"

Messianic Jewish Congregations, celebrating Yeshua as Lord

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Last modified: Friday, August 18, 2017