In this audio from Shabbat, October 14, 2017, Pastor Elliott explains why our congregation is called “Solel” Sabbath Fellowship.
Who We Are
We exist to be a diverse and family-based, Torah-observant community with a hope of clearing the path for others to join us on our journey. We use Bible study and teaching as tools on our quest of helping others encounter the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and His son, the Hebrew Jesus (Yeshua).
What to Expect
Meeting in our homes in the Lansing, Michigan, area each Saturday from 12 pm to approximately 4 pm, we start with a time of worship and music, followed by a prayer time and the reading and study of the Torah portion. We also enjoy a meal and fellowship with one another…
This Week’s Scripture
For September 8-14, 2019
Ki Tetzei | כִּי־תֵצֵא | “When You Go Forth”
Torah — Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19
Haftarah — Isaiah 53:1-54:10
Nakh — Nahum 1-3, Habakkuk 1-3, Zephaniah 1-3, Haggai 1-2, 2 Chronicles 35-36
Apostolic Scriptures — Revelation 8-12
Perry City Hall
203 W. Polly Street
Perry, MI 48872
We'll have a time of worship and music, reading and study of the Torah portion, and prayer together. We'll also enjoy a meal and fellowship. >> Learn more about what to expect.
The pavilion is large, with electricity and bathrooms, so we don't expect to have any problems if there is rain. We look forward to seeing you there!