Dress Code

We ask that all members and visitors respect and follow YRM’s dress code, which is to ensure proper dress in the assembly, especially during times of worship.

  • During times of worship:
    • Dress shirts, collar shirt, and pants for men and boys.
    • Dresses, skirts, or dress pants for women and young ladies.
    • Ladies must have their heads covered (scarves or hats) and men must keep their heads uncovered, 1Corinthians 11:5-7.
    • If you do not have dress attire for worship, please come in your best, as we are coming before the King of the Universe.
  • During other times at YRM, please avoid immodest dress, including: low neckline, sleeveless, exposed back, skirt above the knees, exposed midriff, tight fitting, shorts, and see-through.
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Henry and Elaine in Winchester, TN
Henry and Elaine in Winchester, TN
4 years ago

what are your thoughts on make up, jewelry and bright colored nail polish for women and young ladies?

Stephen Crouse
Stephen Crouse

It is prudent to make a distinction between those that are members, that should not be conformed to the world, and those that are inquirers. For the saints: “Whose adorning let it not be that outward adorning of plaiting the hair, and of wearing of gold, or of putting on of apparel; but let it be the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the ornament of a meek and quiet spirit, which is in the sight of God of great price.” There is no prettier woman than a holy one that is clean, healthy,… Read more »

Ranelyn
Ranelyn
3 years ago

Shalom! My name is Ranelyn, and I recently moved here in South Carolina. Is there a synagogue here somewhere? If Yes, can I get the detailed address please? I appreciate your response. Thank you and Yahweh bless.

Jeremy
Jeremy
Reply to  Ranelyn
3 years ago

Shalom Ranelyn, My name is Jeremy and I’m a Pastor in South Carolina. I’m reaching out to you and please feel free to contact me at 864-386-4215. I would like to know what part of South Carolina your in. May Yahweh Bless You.

Michael n Leslie
Michael n Leslie
Reply to  Jeremy
2 years ago

Shalom
Michael n Leslie here. Just moved to Eastern North Carolina and looking for this exact kind of place to worship. We have been searching for years. Thankyou

Carlos Bailote
Carlos Bailote
2 years ago

I HAVE BEEN WATCHING YOUR VIDEOS AND HAVE A LOT OF QUESTIONS ….(WITH ALL RESPECT OF COURSE ) HOW CAN I ADRESS MY QUESTIONS IN PRIVATE ?

John
John
2 years ago

… and all this time I thought the Lord said “Come as you are” (paraphrased since I don’t speak Aramaic). Are you saying that God demands a person to dress in formal attire to worship and celebrate His Word? Isn’t a dress code… “of this world”?

Patrick
Patrick
Reply to  YRM
8 months ago

I do not think that God is extremely concerned with how we look (dress). I do not think that they had work attire, play attire, good attire, bad attire, formal attire, informal attire, etc… in Biblical times. God is concerned with our hearts – whether we are in adherence & obedience to His Teachings & His Commands, as well as the Teachings & Commands of His Son. That is how He will judge us on Judgment Day – not what we wore when we attended worship services. We are to worship Him in Spirit & Truth.

Ray
Ray
1 year ago

I would like to know if you have any locations in the Phoenix, Arizona area.

Margo Hadath
Margo Hadath
1 year ago

I do believe it is proper before Yahweh to represent yourself as modest, and understanding that the attention is not supposed to be on you. Our beauty is natural and no need for makeup or excessive jewelry.

john
john
1 year ago

What’s to stop your movement from being hijacked by the liberal globohomo elites just like every other Christian denomination in the past?

Bret
Bret
1 year ago

I live between Lafayette and Kokomo Indiana . Is there anyplace you can recommend ?
Thank you much .

Hadassah
Hadassah
4 months ago

I find this so uplifting. I recently left Orthodox Judaism when I realized Yeshuah was the Moshiach we have been awaiting. I as a married Jewish woman already practice tznius, meaning I dress modestly and wrap my hair. Even now after our family has left Judaism I still cover my hair as I feel I owe it to Yahweh ( it’s been hard to break the habit of calling G-d HaShem) as my way of worship. I am learning so much from your website.

Jeremy
Jeremy
4 months ago

Jesus said to come as you are Samuel said that humans will look on the outside ie fancy clothing The Lord looks at your heart Jesus said do not judge or you will be judged Look into the New Testament a little more the mosaic laws were nailed to the cross Only 2 commandments hang all the law – Love God with all your heart mind and soul. And love your neighbor as yourself This is the 10 commandments only To love God first 4 commandments in exodus 20 and To love your neighbor is the last 6 in exodus… Read more »