Worship Service: Shabbat at 10:30, 43 Meir Rutberg Rd, Haifa, Israel

Beit Eliahu

We believe that God wants the community at Beit Eliyahu to be a place where there is growth!

 

snail horizonBecause God is the essence of our life and existence, the One who has brought us to this point in time, we know that only in Him is strength to grow and bear fruit to His honor. We want to see growth in three ways, and it's impossible to separate them from each other. 

We want to grow closer to the Messiah.
We want to grow closer to each other.
                                                                                       We want to grow closer to the world around us.

 

We want to grow closer to the Messiah.

In relationships that are honest and living, there is always growth. We want to know our Lord and all the time to grow deeper in Him. He is the source of life. Only in His light do we see light. In the same way, we want the congregation to be a place where we worship Him, praise His name, and seek His face. It's impossible to grow and know the LORD without listening to His living Word. He is the highest authority. In Him is all the wisdom and all blessing. Growth in the Messiah isn't an issue of emotions, but rather it is standing in the truth while being filled with the Holy Spirit.

We want to grow closer to each other.

God not only created our relationship with Him, but He wants to create and build relationships between each of His children -- relationships that are founded on His grace and truth. In His family at Beit Eliyahu, He wants to build a congregation who loves, and in which there are people who are prepared to give and sacrifice personally for the good of one another.

We want to grow closer to the world around us.

God proclaims in His Word how precious each and every person is to Him, and how much He desires to have a living and personal relationship with each one. As people experience the grace and love of the LORD, there is nothing more natural than wanting to share what we have experienced as well as demonstrating it in good activities. All this is done in His perfect and complete strength, in His grace and mercy, and all for His honor.