Adat Shalom - Dallas

Adat Shalom Location & Meeting Times

Adat Shalom meets in the Fellowship Hall of Park Central Baptist Church,  7777 LBJ Freeway, Dallas, TX 75251. 
A great location; very easy to get to and visible from LBJ Freeway (on the West heading service road, between Coit Road and Hillcrest Road, next to the LaQuinta Hotel). 

Service Schedule:
     Shabbat Service - Friday 7:30PM
          Children & Youth Programs - Friday 7:30PM

      Bible/Torah Study
- Wednesday 7:00PM * Our Wed Study 
        is on Summer Break
  * (check back  to see when class resumes)

Contact Us:

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 Adat Shalom is a congregation of believers, both Jews and Gentiles, who have joined together for the main purpose of reaching out to the Jewish community with the good news of the Jewish Messiah.

Our authority is the Bible, both Old and New Testaments, for all things that pertain to faith and practice. As a body of believers, we are committed to coming together regularly for worship, the learning of God's word, and for mutual fellowship and encouragement. Adat Shalom seeks to be a loving witness to the Jewish community, as well as become a congregation that promotes the growth of faith, hope and love among one another.


Messianic Discipleship Series

Join us for our Current Study Series - "Messianic Dicipleship"  Friday evenings at our Erev Shabbat Services,  7:30pm.

Before Yeshua (Jesus) ascended He commissioned His followers to go and make disciples of all nations. Well, what does it mean to be a disciple of the Messiah? Is the process of becoming a disciple something we do, or something that God does within us? Come join us this summer for a “sizzling hot” in depth teaching series on what it truly means to be a disciple of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah.

Rob Styler, Storyteller

Rob Styler, a modern-day master story teller will be sharing with us on Friday night, Dec 16th, 7:30pm.  Rob has a very unique way of sharing that touches hearts everywhere.

Preparing for Worship Maccabean Style
When the Maccabees retook the Temple for God they had to prepare it for worship. What principles did the Maccabees follow and how can they guide us as we seek to worship God? Join us as Rob Styler, Director of Missions for CJFM, shares these principles with us as we get our hearts ready for  Hanukkah.

"A good story can inform our lives. The 'greatest story ever told' can transform our lives." — Rob Styler



Celebrate Messiah Service

Celebrate Messiah, Friday, Dec 23th, 7:30pm
At Adat Shalom we celebrate the coming of the Messiah all year round. And though many feel that His birth was more likely at either Passover or the time of Sukkot and not actually in December, we do take the opportunity at this time of year, when the “world” may be focusing, even a little bit on Yeshua to draw attention to who He really is. In our service we interweave prophecies, from Scripture of His coming with some of the favorite hymns and songs of the season that reflect those prophecies, prophecies fulfilled! It really is a special time and we invite you all to come and experience it.

* Please bring your favorite finger food to share.

Chanukkah Service, Pot Luck Dinner & Latke Cook-Off

chanukkahJoin us for our annual Chanukkah Service, Pot Luck Dinner and "Latke Cook Off", Friday, Dec 30th at 7:30pm

We celebrate the Feast of Dedication with the True Light of Messiah. This is one of the feasts that we know Yeshua celebrated as recorded in the gospel of John, Chapter 10:22-23.

   "At that time the Feast of Dedication took place in Jerusalem; it was winter, and Yeshua (Jesus) was walking in the temple in the portico of Solomon. The Jews therefore gathered around Him, and were saying to Him, "How long will You keep us in suspense? If You are the Messiah, tell us plainly."

Yeshua (Jesus) answered them, "I told you, and you do not believe; the works that I do in My Father's name bear witness of Me....My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me;  and I give eternal life to them, and they shall never perish...."

Yeshua spoke of eternal things, not just things of this earth. Certainly the deliverance at the time of the Macabees was a great thing, how the oil for the menorah lasted for 8 days when it should have only lasted one. But the miracle that Yeshua spoke of was one that would not be for a mere 8 days as he spoke of life eternal, where one would never perish. The victory that he spoke of would be forever!

One of the many traditions at Chanukkah time besides lighting the candles for the 8 days during the feast, is to also eat foods cooked in oil, especially latkes (potato pancakes). Our traditon is to share a meal together with everyone bringing a dish to contribute. One of the highlights of the evening has become our traditonal "Latke Cook-Off"! Each person entering brings at least 2 dozen latkes, for the meal and one for the judges. Maybe YOU will be crowned Latke King or Queen this Year!!! It's a great time of fun for all. Contact us to enter!  Please bring a covered dish for the dinner.


Pre-Service Prayer Time

The WHO, WHAT, HOW, WHEN & WHERE of Prayer.
Do YOU as a disciple, feel the need to learn more about prayer? Do you want results? Do you desire to see God at work in your life and the lives of those you love and at work in the world at large? The book of James tells us "the effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much". (James 5:16b). . Join us for prayer every Friday evening at Adat Shalom from 6:45 - 7:15 p.m.  Prayer request may also be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Please keep requests brief and also be mindful of confidentiality as you share needs.

Shabbat Service - Friday 7:30PM
Children & Youth Programs - Friday 7:30PM
Bible/Torah Study - Wednesday 7:00PM

Location: 7777 LBJ Freeway, Dallas, TX 75251
Phone: 972-271-4976    
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