Messianic groups
in the state of Texas

  • Una comunidad de fe, cuya propósito es honrar a D-s y difundir las buenas nuevas de Yeshúa el Mesías a toda persona.

  • Or Jaim es una congregacion judio-mesiánica que promueve amar al Eterno por sobre todas las cosas y por ende caminar a la luz de Su Torá.

  • We have in-depth Torah studies on Shabbat following the Torah service and fellowship meal where we dig into the weekly portions to find His will for our lives as we strive to live Torah obedient lifestyles. This is also a time where we can ask questions about the Messiah Y’shua, the Torah, the Torah obedient lifestyle, or other issues facing us as believers and together find the answers from His Word.

  • Congregation Beth Messiah is a Messianic Jewish synagogue, a home for all people of all nations, to worship the One and only King of the Universe through a personal relationship with Messiah Yeshua.

  • As a loving congregation, Congregation Beth Simcha is dedicated to the Great Commission of Yeshua (Jesus) as expressed in the Good News of Mattityahu (Matthew) 28:18-20, as well as in Romans 1:16 which states: "For I am not ashamed of the Good News, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first, and also to the Gentile."

    Consequently, the Beth Simcha membership includes Jewish believers and people from a wide range of backgrounds. The congregation is one in the Lord and it remains united by the power of Ruach HaKodesh (the Holy Spirit), and by the belief that Yeshua is the Messiah of Israel and King over all nations. He is the center and focal point of our faith.

    Congregational Leader Randy Shapiro


  • We have a small study group on Shabbat here in deep East Texas. Torah observant believers are scarce in this area! We have one family in Center, TX, one in Logansport, LA, and one out in Carthage, TX.

    Please contact Kyria Baker via email.

  • Eitz Chaim, a Messianic Synagogue, is called to be a Messiah-centered, Spirit-empowered, disciple-making community that reveals the truth of Yeshua (Jesus) to both Israel and the nations.


  • Eitz Chaim Congregation first began serving the Messianic Community of the San Antonio in 2007. Our purpose is to promote a Torah-observant lifestyle among a community of Jews and Gentiles together. We faithfully and joyfully celebrate the Biblical feasts and invite others in our community to do the same. Anyone seeking spiritual growth and healing may participate with us through weekly services, corporate prayer time and shared community observances. While supporting Israel, Eitz Chaim hopes to be a guiding light in our local and regional community.

  • Looking for Christians who may feel that something is missing from their church's purpose or doctrine and are seeking the truth. Torah-believer, non-Constantinian (if Constantine decreed it, it ain't right), Bible-only doctrine. Eastland, Brown, Comanche, and Callahan counties.

  • We meet weekly to worship G-d through praise, singing, liturgy, communal prayer, Davidic Dance and study of the Holy Scriptures. Our primary focus is on Torah and how it relates with the rest of the scriptures (Tanakh and Brit Chadasha - Old and New Covenants/Testaments.)

    We endeavor to worship our Creator as was done by Yeshua's first disciples in the first century. They never stopped attending synagogue, they continued to study the Hebrew scriptures and they continued to offer sacrifices as commanded by God and observed His appointed times.

  • The Hebrew heritage of the Christian faith is rich and extensive. Discover the relationship we have with the land, the people and the scriptures of Israel.

  • We are a Torah observant, Spirit directed, Messiah centered Community of one new man; Jewish and non-Jewish people who gather together to worship Y'shua (Jesus) in a Biblical way.

  • Our purpose is to provide a place of worship for believers, by living out Mark 12:30-31. ​ ​

    "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.' There is no commandment greater than these.”

  • Sar Shalom is a multi-cultural congregation that exists to help Jewish people come to know Jesus, and to help Jesus’ people come to know the Jews.

  • Sar Shalom is a multi-cultural congregation that exists to help Jewish people come to know Jesus, and to help Jesus’ people come to know the Jews.

  • Reconciling Jew and Gentile as we build God's Kingdom through Yeshua.

  • We are a Messianic Congregation made up of Jews and Gentiles who worship together as 'One New Man'.

    Please feel free to come and worship Yeshua Ha Mashiach - Jesus the Messiah with us! Everyone is welcome!

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