This Hebrew word has been translated as "Jewish Law" but that is not actually accurate. The word is derived from the Hebrew root Hey-Lamed-Kaf, meaning to go, to walk or to travel. A sense of the definition would be "the path that one walks." Be One Fellowship uses the idea of the Halakah to explain how our community functions. In other words, this is how we walk out our faith as a community.
Our walk is designed to restore the priesthood of all believers by equipping people to live out their G-d given gifts, talents, and calling.
Our walk in regards to life and ministry is Biblical, Relational and Spirit led.
Our walk is designed to restore the priesthood of the home.
Our Actions define our faith practice and philosophy.
We take the following actions based on the first century template.
“Devoted to Teaching”
We offer a weekly live event called Real Time Torah. This Bible study includes teaching, music, fellowship and question and answer time. A great gathering where teaching is in depth and designed for growth.
Leaders Training: Quarterly meeting to do continuing training of our leaders.
Conferences: Be One hosts conferences from time to time designed to take people through an intentional Biblical based discipleship experience.
“Breaking bread together”
Weekly Shabbat: The priority meeting of the week is the Shabbat. People of our community and guest attend weekly Shabbat dinners at homes through out the area. These dinners bring people together each week as the priesthood of the home and the priesthood of each believer is experienced. These dinners connect us together with G-d, each other and people from around the world.
“Meeting in the Temple”
First Friday Celebration: The first Friday of each month we join our entire community together and are open to anyone attending to celebrate the L-rd’s Shabbat together. Service includes music, liturgy, dance, teaching, prayer and fellowship and food.
Community Shabbat Dinner: Once a semester we will gather to celebrate how the L-rd moved during the past Shabbat Dinner Semester. This night is filled with testimonies, music and fellowship and of course food.
The Biblical Feasts: Each year we gather together to celebrate the Biblical Feast as described in Leviticus 23 among other places.
We recognize the following as Biblical feast on which we gather.
Passover, Feast of Unleavened Bread, First Fruits, Shavuot, Yom Teruah (Rosh Hashannah), Yom Kippur, Sukkot.
We recognize the following as traditional non-biblical celebrations, holidays, or commemorations. Some of these we gather and others just recognize.
Chanukah, Purim, Yom HaAtzma’ut (Israel Independence Day), Simchat Torah, Days of the Omer, Yom HaShoah, Rosh Chodesh (New Moon).
We are a community without walls and therefore invite you to join us for any of our events or gatherings. Whether you desire to learn more about the Hebraic way, learn the Bible in a more in depth way or you want a community to grow with, we would love to share our world with you!
If you would like to know more about our community or meet with our leadership simply contact us through email.