Sabbath Service Bulletin


Fellowship Time Together
Sounding of the Shofar
Blessings over one another
Praise and Worship
Aaronic Benediction


Nursery/Childcare: There is nursery care (6 mos through 4) from 2:45-5:45pm in the nursery room upstairs.
Restrooms: Located in the south hallway at the back of the auditorium.


Abba: “Father” or “Daddy” in Hebrew vernacular
Challah: Braided bread that is often specifically baked to enjoy on the Sabbath
HaShem: “The Name” used at times in place of God’s name
Kippah: Skull caps, traditional mark of Judaism for males
Mashiach: Messiah
Menorah: Seven-branched candelabra
Oneg: A kosher “potluck”-type time of food and fellowship
Parasha: The weekly Torah portion reading
Shabbat: Sabbath (Saturday)
Shalom: Typical Hebrew greeting meaning, “Peace”
Shofar: Ram’s horn blown to call people to worship
Tallit: Prayer shawl
Teshuvah: Repentance and returning to God’s ways
Torah: Literally “teaching/instruction” but commonly refers to the first five books of the Bible
Tzedekah box: Also known as a pushka box where those attending can contribute their tithes and/or offerings
Tzitzit: Fringes on garment (Num. 15:37-41), worn as reminders to keep the commandments found in the Word of God
Yahweh (YHWH): The memorial name of God, as found in Exodus 3:14
Yeshua: Hebrew name of Jesus which literally means “Yahweh’s salvation”


Lifeboats: These are fellowship groups presently meeting once a month to build community. We discuss scripture, pray for one another, share a meal, and have fun social activities together
Immersions: This is the first step of obedience for those who have committed their life to Yeshua and His teachings.
Infant Dedication: These are services where the parent/guardian can pray over their child(ren) and dedicate them to God.
Outreaches: These are consistent times where we reach out to those who are in the area to let them know in a practical way that God loves them.
Prayer Meetings: These are consistent times where we as a community pray together for the needs of the community.
Sabbath in the Park: Once a month in the summer, we have our Sabbath service in the park.

For further information related to anything above, please contact one of the consistent service workers


Lead Pastor: Peder Olsen
Assistant Pastor: Bart Ford

Lifeboat Leaders:

  • Peder & Jessica Olsen; Diana Rarich [Englewood/South metro/West metro]
  • Bart Ford; Raymond & Martina Frazier [North metro/East metro]

We hope that you enjoy your time at our Saturday service. We believe that God wants us to grow in our relationship with Him and with each other, and we pray that these service times will help each of us to better accomplish this. There are increased blessings for each of us as we move closer to how God designed for us to function and operate. We grow in these areas by studying the Bible and applying individually and corporately the truths that we find. We pray that you are encouraged to love God more and to grow in your relationships with the people that He brings around you. As you have any questions, related to our time together, please don’t hesitate to ask any of us listed on the leadership team above.

Shalom in Yeshua,

Peder and Jessica Olsen