Shalom and Blessings to all!

In compliance and direction from the President of The United States, we are discontinuing   the Messianic Lifestyles class for the next TWO weeks. We are also suspending regular weekly services for the same TWO week period. This includes both March 21st and 28th.

HOWEVER, we are delighted to encourage and ask you to join us for our VIRTUAL services during this time!See full PDF text of this Special information regarding upcoming Shabbat services

Bet Shalom’s PASSOVER SEDER previously scheduled for April 14th has been postponed. Rescheduling information will be posted as the information becomes available. To all our Mishpochah (family), stay home and stay healthy.


Welcome to worship and learn with us at Bet Shalom. Gather with us weekly on Shabbat for Hebraic worship, Biblical teaching from the Hebrew perspective, Messianic Dance and caring fellowship. We celebrate Havdalah and Seudat HaAdon (The Lord’s Supper) each month.

Join us at our meeting place, 101 W. Clinton Ave, Fresno California. We look forward to seeing you!

Rabbi Amnon & Rebbetzin Lynette Shor



No class on Shabbat’s March 21st and 28th

Studying the book of Mattityahu (Matthew) in the context of the Hebrew Scriptures, examining the life of Yeshua, our Messiah and coming King, through the eyes of Mattityahu, a talmidim (disciple) of Yeshua.


No service on Shabbat’s March 21st and 28th

Instead view the service on Bet Shalom’s Facebook page on Shabbat at 4 PM.

Worship Adonai, the God of Israel, Torah Reading. Rabbi Amnon Shor is teaching a series on the life of King David.

ONEG (Fellowship, Delight of the Shabbat):

No Oneg on Shabbat’s March 21st and 28th

Immediately following the Shabbat service, we meet in the Oneg Hall for a time of eating together and fellowship. All who plan to share in a meal together with us bring a ready-to-serve food dish to share (no pork or shellfish please). All are welcome! 

Donations, Tithes & Offerings



Please use the above link for giving of tithes and offerings during this time of shelter in place.

Tithes and offerings are as old as Abraham and Melchizedek (B’resheet [Genesis] 14:17-20). The Bible sets a standard of giving back to Adonai 10% of your gross income. Doing so blesses both Adonai and the one who tithes. The Hebrew prophet Mal’akhi (Malachi) instructed:


“Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse. Then there will be food in My House. Now test Me in this,” says Adonai Tzva’ot, “see if I will not open for you the windows of heaven and pour out blessings for you, until no one is without enough” (Mal’akhi [Malachi] 3:8-10). 


It is our privilege to give back to Adonai this small part of what is already His. You may also desire to give additional offerings as the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) prompts you to give in thanksgiving.



Rabbi Shor’s goal is to translate the Bible from the original Hebrew and Aramaic languages to the proper and correct English as it is understood today. Many Bible translations are available however they are far from being correct. Most translators are/were not native Hebrew speakers. Accuracy in translation is imperative to give the reader the best understanding of the Word of God in both context and meaning.

These funds will be used to provide for the time needed to work on all aspects of this translation, from initial translation to completion, publishing and promotion. This endeavor is a lifelong project that has been Rabbi Shor’s passion for many years. This Word is necessary for today’s “Body of Messiah”.

There are two ways to give to this project. When you have accessed the Donate page, choose “Bible Translation” in the drop down box. Or click on the  link that will take you to the GoFundMe page. Prayerfully consider supporting this work.

Bible Translation GoFundMe