Each Messianic congregation is unique, with numerous things affecting this, like their region, number of observant Jewish members, local culture, and the rabbi or pastor. Some congregations are very traditional in their observance of the Torah commandments and liturgy, using traditional Hebrew songs, prayers, and Torah scrolls. Others are more contemporary in style, with services exclusively in English, lively worship teams with instruments, flags, and dance. All, however, are centered around Yeshua, the Brit Chadasha (New Testament), and the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy through the Messiah.
In Long Beach, California, Rabbi Andrew Goldberg of Beit David Messianic Fellowship has put together his own makhzor (holiday prayer book) for their High Holy Day services. They have a special Erev Rosh Hashanah service with shofar blowing followed by the tradition of eating apples and honey. Kol Nidre (All Vows) will be chanted on Erev (eve) Yom Kippur, and all who are able are encouraged to make a complete fast that day. The main focus of the day will be the sacrifice of Yeshua and the debt He paid for our sins so that we could be reconciled unto Him.