Seeking Messiah Together

We are a growing Torah community open to all who believe in Yeshua, the Messiah, and all who are seeking Messiah. Join us on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month or visit our Events page for details about the feasts and our monthly Erev Shabbat gatherings. Come ready for an engaging discussion of the week’s annual Torah Portion. Children are always welcome. We are a diverse group of followers of Yeshua who come from a wide variety of life experience. Our desire is to be those who seek YHWH through a solid foundation based on His word and a deepening understanding of His ways.

You can email us at for more information about where we gather.

Brian & Heidi June 2020
Brian, Heidi, Isaac, & Dillon Stone = Old City Jerusalem, September 2014
Photo: Heidi Stone
Our son, Dillon, and Brian walking down the ancient steps of the Old City in Jerusalem Fall 2015
The Galilee –
Photo: Heidi Stone


Brian & Heidi Stone


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Our family in the fall of 2015 in Nazareth


Click on the link below to find the Torah portion through First Fruits of Zion.

Annual Torah Portion

We also enjoy study and insight from Torah Class, a ministry pioneered by Tom Bradford.

Another resource that provides many helpful tools for our community is Hebrew4Christians

Our son, Dillon, and Brian walking down the ancient steps of the Old City in Jerusalem

Private: Events

Erev Shabbat – Sharing a meal, building relationships, enjoying fellowship

Yom Kippur – September 27th at 7pm for worship, prayer, and a prophetic update. Contact Heidi or Brian for details

Sukkot Gatherings – October 2nd, Kosher Gumbo Feed in Brenham,

ADDITIONAL SUKKOT GATHERING: Friday, 10/9-10/11 campout and celebration in Bastrop. Contact Heidi or Brian for details.


A rainy afternoon in Jerusalem

September – November Torah Study Schedule

September 12th (the 26th is cancelled to make room for erev Yom Kippur on 9/27)

October 10th (come for the day and celebrate Shemini Atzaret with us!) and 24th

November 14 and 28 (this is Thanksgiving weekend), we may do a combined Thanksgiving meal as a community.