Beth Shalom is meeting in-person and online. Please contact us for more information.
rabbi@shalomaugusta.org
 
 
What is our Vision?
Where are we?
What to Expect?
What & When?
 
 
 
Congregation Beth Shalom, 10580 Atomic Road, North Augusta, SC 29861

 Vision

It is our vision to be a house of peace where people of all nations can worship God together and live a Yeshua-centered life. 
 
We do this by assisting people in becoming fully-functioning followers of Yeshua in the following ways: 
  • Worshiping God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength
  • Teaching the tenets of the Way in their Jewish Context
  • Providing opportunities to discover God-given talents and gifts
  • Being a beacon of God’s Salvation
  • Living out transformational grace through His Son Yeshua
Come join us on Shabbat and see for yourself

Location

Address: 10580 Atomic Rd North Augusta, SC 29841

Map of Congregation Beth Shalom

 
 

 

 

Expectations

It is for You
Shabbat is a beautiful time of rest, worship, and fellowship. You are welcome to attend our services. People from all ethnic backgrounds are welcome to worship at Beth Shalom. 
 
                            
 
 

It’s Shabbat

Relax it is Shabbat. Come as you are. If you come from a Jewish background you will recognize many of the elements used in traditional Jewish Synagogues. If you are from a Christian background, many things will be different than what you are used to. Come anyway and learn.
 
“For Moses from ancient generations has had in every city those who proclaim him, since he is read in all the synagogues every Shabbat.” – Acts 15:21
 

Food and Fellowship

Our service lasts about 2 hours. This includes Singing and Dancing, Blessings, Prayers, Torah Readings, and Discussion. After all of this, we are hungry. So we eat together and enjoy the fellowship. We call this Oneg.

 

What do the Kids do?

Kids need a Shabbat too!
The children join the adults for the service, and are welcome to participate in the singing, dancing, and the worship. We include the children in everything we do. Families stay together and learn God’s ways together. We expect the kids to participate in the reading of the Torah. 
 
Kids are Kids, we do expect good behavior, but we are a family. We have kids too, and our kids have just as much energy as yours. Bring em, they need to hear about Yeshua, and they need to learn the ways of God!
 
You are to teach them diligently to your children, and speak of them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down and when you rise up.” Deuteronomy 6:7 

Lifestyle

At Beth Shalom, we believe Yeshua is the Messiah of Adonai. We believe that Adonai’s Torah is something that we should take seriously. How to follow Yeshua and live according to God’s Torah today is what we are learning to do. 
 
Is Yeshua for Jewish people?
But He responded, “I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” – Matthew 15:24
See Isaiah 53
 
Is Torah for Christians?
“If you love Me, you will keep My commandments.” – John 14:15
 
“Also the foreigners who join themselves to Adonai, to minister to Him, and to love the Name of Adonai,and to be His servants all who keep from profaning Shabbat, and hold fast to My covenant these I will bring to My holy mountain,and let them rejoice in My House of Prayer. Their burnt offerings and sacrifices will be acceptable on My altar. For My House will be called a House of Prayer for all nations” – Isaiah 56:6-7
Come and Join us for a Shabbat, and see for yourself

Events

“Then Adonai spoke to Moses saying: “Speak to Bnei-Yisrael, and tell them: These are the appointed moadim of Adonai, which you are to proclaim to be holy convocations—My moadim…” – Leviticus 23
 
Weekly/Monthly Observances
 

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Shabbat
@ Every Saturday
We observe Shabbat each Saturday. On this day we are expected to rest from our normal work. So we relax, we worship God, we study His ways, and we fellowship with our CBS family. 

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Rosh Chodesh

@ New Moon
The New Moon observance is a simple service of blowing the Shofar and offering special sacrifices. On the first Shabbat after the new moon, our Shabbat focuses on Joy. 

Spring Feasts

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Pesach

@ March/April
The Passover seder is one of the biggest events of the year. During this seder, we recount the story of the Exodus, and at the same time we recognize the symbolism in each of the traditions pointing us to Yeshua our Messiah. The ultimate Pesach Lamb. 

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Unleavened Bread
@ Starts at Sundown after the Pesach meal
Pesach and Unleavened Bread are connected. During these 7 days we eat no leavened bread. We purge the yeast (chametz) from our houses. Yeshua’s blood cleansed us from sin. 
 

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First Fruits

@ Starts on the day after the Sabbath after Passover
First Fruits is one of the most significant days on God’s Calendar. It is the day that Yeshua conquered death. He came out of the tomb on this day. This resurrection gives us the power to defeat the sin in our lives, turn to God, love him, and do what he says. 

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Omer Counting

@ Starts on First Fruits
God has us counting the days between First Fruits and Shavuot. So, we count the days, in eager expectation of what is coming.

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Shavuot

@ 7 Weeks after Passover
Something really cool happened on this day 2000 years ago. This is a day that the Ruach HaKodesh was poured out on the disciples. Crack open that Bible to Acts 2. Pretty Cool. We like to have an immersion service, and worship. 

Fall Feasts

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Yom Teruah/Rosh HaShanah

@ September
The first of the Fall Feasts, Yom Teruah or Day of Trumpets is celebrated by blowing the Shofars and bring an offering. This day is prophetic of Yeshua’s return, “as the last trumpet will sound”

Yom Kippur

@ 10 days after Yom Teruah
Also know as the Day of Atonement, this is a serious day, a day of fasting. It is on this day that our High Priest Yeshua atones for our sins with his own blood. It is known as the day that our sins are forgiven for those whose name is written in the Book of Life. 

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Sukkot

@ 4 days after Yom Kippur
The celebration of Sukkot or Booths is a 7 day feast where we gather in the Sukkah and eat, study, fellowship, play, and worship. This is an exciting time where God is back with his people. 

Winter Feasts

Purim

@ February
In the Book of Esther, we learn about how God worked through politics, governments, and kings to bring about the salvation of Israel when old enemies tried to destroy them. Today we celebrate this victory by reading the Megillah and dress up as our favorite characters.  

Hanukkah

@ December
Not included in the cannon of scripture, only found when Yeshua went up to celebrate the feast of dedication in John 10, this holiday celebrates the miracle of how a small band of Jewish rebels defeated an empire. Today we celebrate by rededicating our “Temples” to God and enjoying anything fried.  
Learn by doing, come join us for these observance
For more information contact rabbi@shalomaugusta.org
 
 
 

GIVING & DONATIONS

 
 
God has graciously given to us. We give a minimum of 10% of what comes into Beth Shalom to other Messianic ministries.

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