Visiting Shuvah

Our Shabbat worship service is central to the life of our community.  We meet weekly on Saturday mornings @ 11 AM Eastern Time. If it’s your first time joining us for worship on Shabbat morning, you’ll probably have a few questions about what to expect.  A shabbat service is a way to connect with the larger Jewish community and experience the beauty of biblical traditions. Most services are on Saturdays except for Holidays.  Check our website for these dates and times. Scroll Down for our address and directions!

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who we are

We are a Messianic Jewish Synagogue and community which has gathered to celebrate T'Shuvah, (Return to God) with all our heart, soul, mind and strength. This T'Shuvah was made possible through the Jewish hope of the Messiah and the message of reconciliation with God, which he was to bring. We believe this hope was realized in Yeshua the Messiah. Though these issues seem controversial to many, we believe that the evidence from real history demands an opportunity to be re-heard in our Jewish world. We believe that these issues are most clearly communicated in the context of the local Messianic Synagogue. In Messianic Synagogues like Shuvah Yisrael, we can see sincere Jewish life and practice, being lived out in agreement with the Jewish scriptures which present the compelling message that Yeshua is indeed the promised Messiah of Israel. Messianic synagogues began to emerge in the late 60's and 70's growing to form an international movement that continues to flourish and build bridges of understanding in our Jewish world. Our vision and purpose is to bring healing to the Jewish and Christian worlds that have suffered from a paintul history of misunderstanding.

our address: 88 Southern parkway, plainview, ny 11803