Join us for a full catered meal, and an evening of fellowship and Messianic music, as we commemorate God's deliverance of the Jewish people from their bondage in Egypt - and see again the rich symbolism within the Passover that points us to Jesus the Messiah. More info on registration page, see FAQ's.
Friday, Apr 7 at 7pm
(First Friday each month)
Friday, Apr 21 at 7pm
(Third Friday each month)
2557 Napa Valley
(Both events held at the same location)
Our Messianic service, Beit Abba, is a combined community of Jewish and Gentile believers in Yeshua and meets the first Friday of every month at our Napa location at 7pm. Join us for a gathering where we exalt the name of Yeshua Messiah through the reading of the Torah, relevant teaching, engaging worship, Jewish dance, and the honoring of the Shabbat and annual Jewish Feasts.
For the Shabbat service and Havurah (fellowship study) Audio Podcast click here
The Father’s House Jewish ministry exists to proclaim the gospel to the Jewish people and to connect Christians to Israel and the Jewish roots of our faith.
Myles Weiss grew up in a Conservative Jewish home in NYC, complete with kosher observance, Hebrew school and a Bar mitzvah celebration. When he accepted Yeshua/Jesus as Lord and Savior, he quickly earned a dual BA in Ministerial Arts and Biblical Counseling. He holds a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University.
Myles and his wife, Katharine, have been in ministry for nearly thirty years. They have two amazing sons, Jonathan and Stephen, who work in high-tech companies in the Bay Area. After serving in the nations (India, Africa, Russia) they were called by God to Jewish ministry. Today, they serve as the pastors of Jewish Ministries at The Father’s House, lead the Messianic congregation Beth Shalom in Novato, CA, and for six years have hosted “Zola Levitt Presents” a TV program broadcast weekly to 190 million households. Myles has been a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist for 25 years. They periodically lead tours to Israel. You can learn more about them at mylesweiss.com.
Taking the Gospel to the Jew first – Romans 1:16