Our Shabbat service is every Saturday at 10:30 AM.
Congregational Bible Study is every Tuesday at 7 PM.

All are welcome!


Praise Adonai!  We can begin holding Shabbat service again this coming May 16th, 2020 at the normal time of 10:30 AM.  At this time, we will not be having our ONEG or afternoon studies to be cautious.  We will abide by the 6 ft. distancing in our seating, and hand sanitizer will be at the front door.  Families that have stayed together, can sit together. Masks are strongly encouraged, and we will have some available if you need one.  People with COPD, asthma or other breathing problems should only wear a mask for 20 minutes at a time. Fabric masks should be worn for 2 hours then washed to kill your germs.  Wearing a fabric mask does not harm the immune system in healthy individuals.   Hand washing and not touching your face is another tool used to combat the spread of this virus.  Our building is clean and will be cleaned after our service.  Let’s all be diligent during this time.  Stay safe and use common sense for we are the generation with the gray hair.
For the latest statistics on the COVID-19 virus, see Mobile County’s Health Department website.  

If you have any questions, you can either call Jack Morgan at 251-776-1002 or e-mail him at jackbarbmorgan05@aol.com.

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. We love and care for you.


We at Congregation Tree of Life [CTL] welcome everyone to worship Israel’s Messiah, Yeshua [Jesus] of Nazareth with us! We are a congregation of Jews and non-Jews who seek to put the Messiah back within His biblically Jewish context. We believe that there is harmony in being Jewish and believing in Yeshua and the Judaism He represents, where the principles of Torah are observed from the heart and not merely from the head. We also teach everyone to better understand Messiah and connect them with the Jewish roots of their faith. We believe that all believers should observe the Appointed Times of ADONAI, even today.

In our Shabbat morning and holiday services, we combine traditional Jewish liturgy with scriptural-based contemporary Messianic music that helps lead people into an enhanced experience praising ADONAI. We also include group Israeli folk dance, as a meaningful, joyous expression of our love for Yeshua. These and the other jubilant manifestations, such as clapping (Ps. 47:1) and lifting our hands in surrender to ADONAI (Ps. 63:5), are all part of Messianic praise and celebration (Ps. 150).

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