Thank you for your interest in Bet Ami Congregation a 501(c)(3) organization. Bet Ami is a Hebrew term for “House of My People.” Our purpose is to glorify The Creator through teaching the Hebraic perspective. This information is here to give you a snapshot of our history, ministry and the heart of our congregation. Of course, not all your questions can be answered in this brief format, but perhaps you’ll gain enough information to take a closer look. We’re always ready to visit with you and answer your questions.

Our History

Bet Ami began as a home Bible study in 1979, which then grew to include Sunday services and a Friday night “Hebraic Outreach” to anyone that wanted to know more about the life of Yeshua (Jesus). Today, we are a vibrant Congregation worshipping on Sabbath afternoon at 2425 N Warren Ave, here in Oklahoma City.


We believe the purpose of our Congregation is to glorify The Lord, and to teach others about Our Awesome Creator. We glorify Him by living biblically righteous lives. We desire people to experience the joy of knowing The Lord from the “Hebraic” perspective. We strive to emulate Our Master, Yeshua (Jesus), The Messiah.
Holy Scriptures
We affirm that the Hebrew Tanakh (Old Testament) is the authority for knowing The Lord’s will and purpose. We believe that through the combination of the Tanakh (“Old Testament”) and the Apostolic Scriptures (“New Testament”), that The Lord expresses His full counsel, His desire to forgive those who seek Him, and to bring all who would seek Him into a loving relationship with Himself.
Yeshua (Jesus)
We believe that Yeshua is The Messiah whose death atoned for the sins of the world. Through His death and resurrection, He brings peace to the damaged relationship between The Lord and mankind. We believe when The Messiah returns, He will bring peace to the world. Only The Lord knows for certain when that will be (Matt. 24:36).


Matthew 28:20

teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

John 15:14

You are My friends if you do what I command you.

Deuteronomy 6:1-2

“Now this is the commandment, the statutes and the judgments which the Lord your God has commanded me to teach you, that you might do them in the land where you are going over to possess it, so that you and your son and your grandson might fear the Lord your God, to keep all His statutes and His commandments which I command you, all the days of your life, and that your days may be prolonged.

1 Kings 2:3

Keep the charge of the Lord your God, to walk in His ways, to keep His statutes, His commandments, His ordinances, and His testimonies, according to what is written in the Law of Moses, that you may succeed in all that you do and wherever you turn,

1 Kings 6:12

“Concerning this house which you are building, if you will walk in My statutes and execute My ordinances and keep all My commandments by walking in them, then I will carry out My word with you which I spoke to David your father.

Psalm 78:7

That they should put their confidence in God And not forget the works of God, But keep His commandments,


3:00 pm
Liturgy | Teaching | Praise & Worship | Havdalah


The music during our times of worship includes voices and various instruments to create an atmosphere of worship from a Hebraic perspective. Some of the music played is original pieces, composed by congregants.
Hebraic dance is performed through beginner steps and choreographed dances that are enjoyed during the times of worship. All who would like to worship The Lord through dance are encouraged to join in.


“Havdalah,” Hebrew for “separation,” is a ceremony that marks the end of Shabbat and ushers in the new week. Shabbat ends on Saturday evening when the sun sets. After Havdalah is completed, it is customary to bless one another with the words, “Shavua tov!” which means “Have a good week!” in Hebrew.