Due to the rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in our county we are reacting in this way:

Only three members of our ministry team will be ministering at The Bethany Center at any given time. We will be rotating our teachers and music ministers as well as allowing a maximum of four guest to attend the Shabbat service on Friday’s. Reservations will be taken on a first come first serve basis.

If you desire to come to The Nathaniel Fellowship service you must make your reservation by emailing Dr. Victoria Sarvadi – victoria@victoriasarvadi.com

  • The Bethany Center recommends everyone wear masks, although there is an exception for religious gatherings according to the Governor’s state orders. Masks will be available in the foyer if you happen to need one.
  • Your temperature will be taken upon arrival
  • We ask that you refrain from shaking hands and any social contact while at the Bethany Center
  • Hand sanitizer will be placed in strategic locations
  • We suggest taking the stairs instead of using the elevator with other people
  • There will be no tables set up, chairs will be in clusters with appropriate social distancing
  • Please do not attend any event at the Bethany Center if you have a fever or feel you may be sick
  • No food will be served at the Shabbat service
  • People over the age of 65 are encouraged to stay at home as much as possible

Our staff is working to make your online participation more enjoyable. We project by July 10th to be streaming our Shabbat services on our website instead of using Zoom. We will also continue to be live on Facebook. Be on the lookout for more information next week on how to tune in to all of our upcoming events.

The Nathaniel Fellowship is now meeting at the Bethany Center.

Shabbat Service at the Bethany Center

Meetings are held on Zoom on Fridays at 7:00pm CST and end at 9:00pm and will abide by the guidelines above.

List of speakers for the months of June/July:

  • Dr. Bron Barkley
  • Dr. Victoria Sarvadi
  • Jonathan Settell
  • Dr. Brad Young
  • Cynthia Heaton
The Nathaniel Fellowship is a project of the Nathaniel Foundation and provides Shabbat services and Bible studies at the Bethany Center on Friday nights at 6:45pm.

The Nathaniel Fellowship is an assembly of Christian and Jewish believers in Yeshua, the Messiah. We gather at the Bethany Center for fellowship, study of the Word and prayer every erev Shabbat. We also recognize and celebrate all the feasts reported in Leviticus 23. Our staff is highly qualified and educated in the Hebraic roots of the Christian Faith.

Led by licensed minister, Dr. Victoria Sarvadi THD and her husband Paul, the fellowship purposes to understand the scriptures from its original 1st century Hebraic perspective.

Dr. Sarvadi’s focus is to uncover lost traditions, ancient cultural dynamics, language idioms and Hebrew nuances that clarifies the Word in the context it was written in.  Acquiring her doctorate from The Center of the Study of Biblical Research in Redlands California, Victoria uses her understanding of the Hebrew language and her 1st century Christian and Jewish studies to offer bible studies that are thought provoking and personally challenging.


The mission of The Nathaniel Fellowship is to introduce the First Century Messiah, Yeshua, and clarify His teachings  based on five pillars: Language, Culture, Torah, the Apostles and Prophesy.


Author, Teacher & Hebraic Theologian
Author, Teacher & Hebraic Theologian
Minister of Intercession
Minister of Music


These prestigious Hebraic scholars frequently visit the Nathaniel Fellowship throughout the year to provide advanced studies of the Word of God.

Dr. Richard Booker
Author, Teacher and Founder of Sounds of the Trumpet
Dr. John Garr
Author, Teacher & Founder of Hebraic Community Christian Center
Dr. Brad Young
Author, Teacher and Co-Founder of Gospel Research