Saturday Service | 11:00am

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Saturday Morning

Service 11:00am

Wednesday Night

Youth Meeting 6:30pm      Adult Meeting 7:00pm

Thursday Night

Young Adult Meeting 6:30pm

Who We Are

Welcome to the Assembly of Yahweh 7th Day! Come join us as we sing praises to our Heavenly Father Yahweh and His Son, Yahshua. Enjoy rich teaching, followed by plenty of food and fellowship. We hope you will stay around for both.

The Assembly of Yahweh 7th Day is a family oriented group of believers seeking to return to the origins of the Christian faith. We revere all 66 books of the Bible, seeking to follow the Messiah, Yahshua of Nazareth, by walking in his footsteps. In doing so, we keep the Sabbath, the Passover and other festivals of Leviticus 23, choose to eat clean foods, and strive to please the Author of “the perfect law of liberty” (James 1:25). Inherent in that goal is being good neighbors. “After all,” says one member, “the Messiah said all the law can be summed up in ‘Love Yahweh’ and ‘love your neighbor’ (Matthew 22:36-40). We’re passionate about both, and we hope it shows.”

Upcoming Events

April 12 - 18, 2017

Feast of Unleavened Bread

Assembly of Yahweh

Commanded in Leviticus 23 immediately following Passover, the Feast of Unleavened Bread commemorates the time the Israelites came out of Egypt in great haste, and their bread was not given time to rise.  The New Testament shows us that leaven is a representation of sin, therefore this festival is a reminder to periodically examine our lives and remove the leaven (sin) from our lives.

Join us for daily services at 10:00 a.m., with plenty of spirit filled messages, and activities for the entire family to enjoy.

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June 4

Pentecost

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September 22

Feast of Trumpets

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