December: Messianic Jewish Services—Restoring the Foundations
December 2 - 23, 2019—Mondays @ 8 p.m. ET
In its description of the restoration of worship in Jerusalem after the destruction of the First Temple and during the building of the Second Temple, the Tanakh identifies seven foundations for Messianic Jewish worship. If properly pursued, these foundations can renew and deepen worship in the Messianic Jewish context.
Come and learn about these foundations and what to do with them. If you are in a Messianic Jewish congregation, this study is imperative. Those who attend churches will also learn how applicable these foundations for worship renewal in their own contexts.
Meet Your Instructor
Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, PhD
Rabbi Stuart Dauermann, known as “the Father of Messianic Jewish music,” has an M.A. and a PhD in Intercultural Studies at the Fuller Seminary School of Intercultural Studies is Rabbi Emeritus at Ahavat Zion Messianic Synagogue, Beverly Hills, CA. Currently he is the director of Interfaithfulness and focuses on increasing understanding and improving communication at the intersection of the Jewish and Christians worlds.