The leadership of Lev HaShem has once again convened to prayerfully consider our course of action amid this ever-changing landscape of unprecedented global handling of COVID-19. The decision has been made to cancel in-Temple services at this time. This will be revisited in the weeks ahead.

In addition to the regular Shabbat worship services, ALL mid-week activities at the synagogue have been suspended. This suspension includes the weekly prayer group as well as any planned Sisterhood activities, dance, Foundations classes and Signs of the Spirit. Regarding our upcoming Passover seder, we will keep you informed as information develops.

During this time, we ask you to continue giving your tithes and offerings. It is essential for us to be able to maintain our place of worship as well as to be able to assist with G-Dly needs in our community, our nation, and throughout the world, including the land of Israel.

We are planning to have our services shifted to an online format, and more information will follow on how you will be able to access these services.

I grieve along with you the loss of life, the increasing numbers of those infected and the potential for more crisis in the very near future.

This is one of the most difficult decisions we have ever been a part of as Leadership.

The prayerful decision made by Leadership was based on faith, not fear. We all know that Adonai is our Protector and our Healer. We also are cognizant of recommendations made by government officials (including the governor of Nevada as well as the President of the United States) and medical officials.

This decision was not taken lightly and was made to benefit our our congregation, many of whom are elderly and particularly susceptible to the spread of the Coronavirus.

The leading authorities on the Coronavirus all agree that physically distancing ourselves from one another and staying away from large crowds is one of the best ways to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

Every day counts. The sooner we enact such measures the sooner the spread of the virus can level out and the sooner we can resume worshiping, studying, and fellowshipping together.

During this time, the rabbi will still be in the office during office hours, and he will still be available by appointment to meet with you. Please contact Bette in the office during office hours to set up an appointment if you need to meet with him.

Now is a perfect time to get outdoors. Get some sun. Enjoy sitting on, or even cleaning your patio!

Take a walk outdoors, if that is safe for you. Remember to take a bottle of water and your phone. Take a ride on your bike. Go for a ride in the car. Enjoy the beauty of spring all around us.

It is also the perfect time to call or otherwise check on your elderly neighbors and friends. Catch up on those phone calls you have been meaning to make “someday”, and also the notes, emails and cards or letters, too.

Video chat with grandkids and family and friends. If you don’t know how, now is the excellent time to learn!

Keep up with your crafts and hobbies – knit, crochet, needlework, quilting, drawing, painting, singing …whatever you enjoy doing.

Study the Word and pray for each other and the world. Do not give in to fear…simply take practical measures to keep yourself safe and then trust Adonai.

There is always more than enough to do in life, socially isolating or not. We can adjust our attitude to be grateful for and happy with what you CAN do, and what you DO have. We are really very blessed. HaShem’s work will not be frustrated, and He will get us out of this.

In Yeshua,
Leadership of Lev HaShem

Lev HaShem Messianic Jewish Synagogue
Rabbi Jered Hundley

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We’re glad you’re here, come on in and make yourself at home!  We’re a Messianic Jewish Synagogue in Las Vegas, Nevada, but we would like to make ourselves available to you wherever you are.  Take a look around the site and many of your questions will be answered.  If you still have unanswered questions, comments, or suggestions, just shoot us a message. We appreciate your time and prayers.  What’s more, if you ever find yourself in our town, stop by for a service or just to say hello at the office…enjoy!


Directions To Lev HaShem

Shaharit Shabbat:
Saturday Torah Service – 10:30  a.m.