Shabbat worship services are held on Saturdays at 10:30 am.
During July/August Friday night "Kabalat Shabbat" services replace regular services on alternate weekends, ensuring a rich community life.
Services are designed to help us develop a local Israeli identity among the high percentage of immigrant members.To be relevant to the surrounding society these services are characteristically Jewish and recognizably messianic.
Our central focus is on the redemptive message of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah. This is reflected in regular participation in the Lord's Table and water immersion for every believer.
Lively, indigenous Hebrew worship music is foundational to Beit Asaph's fellowship life. This provides an appropriate setting to the weekly teaching of Scripture – both from the Tenach and Brit ha Hadasha. Additionally, our services include some readings from the Siddur (Jewish Prayer book), the weekly Torah portion along with a number of traditional prayers and blessings.