We worship the seventh day Sabbath (Friday sunset through Saturday sunset). Our assembly follows the schedule shown below:
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
- Opening Prayer
- Bible Study
- Teens' Bible Class (1st & 3rd sabbaths)
2:10 PM - 3:00 PM
- Prayer Requests
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
- Children's Bible Class (each sabbath)
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
- Closing Prayer
224 N. Story, Suite 138
Irving, TX 75061
Things to Keep in Mind...
In the event that there is inclement weather on a Sabbath, and you’re unsure as to whether we will be holding services, please call our message center at:
Please be aware that our congregation tries its best to be peanut free, due to the fact a member has severe allergies to them. If you are bringing food for the potluck, please inform someone if your food contains:
- Peanuts (inform multiple people and have your food marked/noted)
This is list may be a hindrance to some, but please understand that we do not wish this member to be rushed to the ER, especially on a day of rest.
As of September 2, 2017, the Bible Classroom
will be locked directly before the potluck and
fellowship begins. If a mother with a young, nursing
child requires the Mother's Room after services have
concluded, then it will be unlocked for her use. If
not, it also will be locked directly after the sermon.
We have weekly bulletins that are freshly printed with updated information regarding the schedule and speakers. Prayer requests are for those who attend the congregation. Special announcements are to inform members what is happening outside of the member circle. Notices are small alerts that Dennis Martin, Betty Martin, or Amara DeFelice include to let everyone know what special occasion is coming up, what free items are available for taking, or if there is a need for submissions to be included into the bulletin. These are located on the wall, to the right of the TV in the overflow room.
WE RECORD OUR STUDY AND SERMON.
The Congregation of YHWH has a vast outreach program that sends DVDs and CDs across the world to those who want to be a part of our community but cannot travel the distance to meet. If you are coming to take part in the discussion during the study, or listening in for the sermon, please be aware that cameras pan out to the audience occasionally, and your face may be on screen. If you do not want to be on recorded, you are still welcome to attend. There is an overflow room, where we fellowship after services, that has enough seating and space to accommodate your needs. This room has a TV set up to view the speakers, but has no cameras. Although, we would all love to see you in our audience, we respect your privacy and understand if you do not want to be filmed.