Kehilat Ha Derech is a congregation built upon a family-centered community of believers in Messiah who are “fellow citizens” (Ephesians 2:19) together in the “commonwealth of Israel” (Ephesians 2:12), “brought near by the blood of Messiah” (Ephesians 2:13).
We are believers in the Scriptures and Yeshua HaMashiach, (the Messiah) of Israel.
We assemble for worship, praise, prayer and teaching at Legacy Church, 120 Tickey Dr., Princeton, Texas on Shabbat.
Generally, the fellowship meeting begins at 3:30 p.m., followed by prayer, praise and worship, dance, teaching, discussions, and a fellowship meal together, usually followed by more discussion to around 8 or 9 pm.
Our group began in 2002 from a dedicated prayer group. We met at the old Murphy City Hall and Community center under the name Murphy Community Fellowship through May 2005. After the city closed the facility, we continued to meet in our homes until we outgrew the space. We changed the name in 2007 to more accurately reflect our heritage. We met at the old Allen Fire Station, then a church in Allen, until we moved to Lake Lavon Baptist Encampment in 2009. We met at the camp through May 2014. Now we are meeting at the Legacy Church building.
We are not formally associated with Kehilat Ha Derech in Karmiel, Israel, except in the spirit.
You can reach us at kehilathaderech.us(at)gmail.com or on Facebook for additional information. We like to talk with visitors so they know what to expect and we can answer your questions. Shalom!