Beth Ohr Messianic is a Family Integrated Congregation

Shalom and Welcome to Beth Ohr Messianic Congregation! Beth Ohr, is Hebrew for “House of Light”. We are a Torah-Observant Messianic Congregation. We are a family integrated community and a multi-cultural and diverse congregation. Our goal is to be a light to the World (Romans 1:16) by teaching and living out His word. We encourage you to explore our site and take a look at everything we have to offer you and your family. We are confident that you will find Beth Ohr to be a place where you can experience Yhvh and truly get a better understanding of His Word from a Biblical perspective and not that of man’s. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We would love for you to join us for one of our Sabbath services. We pray that Yhvh would bless and keep you and may He guide your every footstep and lead you into His Truth and Righteousness.


To be a light to the World




Our vision is to see Jewish people come to recognize their Jewish Messiah, Yeshua Hamashiach; to see Christians come and discover the Hebraic roots of the faith and to see all Nations and Peoples be able to worship as Yhvh intended.
Our goal is to see Jew and Gentiles come together as One Body to worship YHVH. We want to raise up mature disciples in YHVH, whom will then in turn venture out and disciple others around them.
We are committed to making Yeshua the Master of our life, faith and ministry; to worship in Spirit and truth; praying together; making disciples; to love and serve one another; walking together in accountability; proclaiming The Good News; and serving others through Outreach. Learn More…


Saturdays @ 10:30 AM. (Central Standard Time)
We are proud to serve  Auburn, Opelika, Phenix City, Alabama; Columbus, Ga., Chattahoochee Valley and surrounding areas.
We are Located in the USA Town Center, off of I-85 Exit 62, behind Cracker Barrel on Fox Run Ave. On the left side of Enterprise Car Rental.


What Do I Wear?

Some choose to dress-up, while others like to dress casual. Yet whichever you choose, we ask that you be respectful of others by dressing modestly, so as not to bring distraction to anyone or cause anyone to falter in their faith. With that in mind, Shabbat is supposed to be a “Set-Apart” day, therefore try to make the way you dress likewise set-apart, different and special than what you would usually wear in the week.
While we believe that God cares more about what’s on the inside, scripture does give us evidence for the importance of how we dress as well. Clothing can bring Honor or Dishonor to God. The laws of the priestly garments are proof that God looks at the outside, as well as the inside and He is concerned about how we present ourselves in the eyes of the world. Sometimes the outside can give a clear indication of what’s happening on the inside. Is. 52:1-2; 61:3, 10; Ex. 28:2,40; 1Chron. 16:29; Ps. 110:3; Zech. 3:4

What makes you different from other Messianic or Hebraic Congregations?

There are so many Churches, Fellowships and Congregations in the area, so what sets us apart? We are a Torah-Observant Congregation. We are a multi-cultural and diverse congregation. We come together to worship as One Body, for through Messiah Yeshua, there is no distinction between Jew and Gentile. We strive to live “Biblically Messianic” lifestyles, shadowing our Messiah Yeshua, and not “rabbinical traditions” or the traditions of man. We keep Shabbat (the Sabbath) and celebrate The Appointed Times of YHVH. We stand on the Word of YHVH alone as our guide, forsaking ALL Other extra-biblical texts. We do not adhere to nor teach The Talmud or traditions of man, nor do we practice Kabbalah. We believe that the beginning of the Biblical month starts with the dark covered moon and not the crescent moon, and we only observe the Feasts that God ordained.

What about my Children?

We are a family integrated congregation, which means our children sit with us during service and worship and learn along with us. Childcare can be provided for ages 5 and under if needed immediately after our Liturgy service.