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Beit Hallel (hebrew for "House of Praise") was formed in December 1992 by Rabbi George Holland, his sister Lin Holland, and Mark Allan Rankin. We are a Torah observant synagogue structured like a traditional synagogue. We incorporate teachings from Biblical, Rabbinic and Messianic Judaism. We acknowledge Yeshua (Jesus) as the promised Messiah who lived, died and was resurrected as our King and High Priest, and will come again to set up His kingdom for the thousand year Reign.

Rabbi George Holland


Beit Hallel (House of Praise) is a congregation of Jews and non-Jews who meet together for worship, study, and mutual encouragement.

We meet on Shabbat (Saturday) at 10:30 am for worship within the context of Jewish liturgy, incorporating traditional blessings and prayers.

We consider it both a supreme blessing and responsibility to praise our Creator for His power and majesty and to rejoice together in the grace and mercy He has shown us in sending Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus the Messiah.

Beit Hallel Messianic Fellowship is a congregation of Torah-keeping believers in Messiah Y'shua ('Christ Jesus').

Celebrate Messiah has planted two messianic congregations in Melbourne; an English speaking congregation called 'Beit HaMashiach' and a Russian speaking congregation called 'Dom Missiee.' We meet together for Shabbat Services each week. Our Russian speakers can upon request receive the benefit of simultaneous translation service via headphones.

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Dance, Worship and Word.

We meet on SHABBAT (Saturday) @ 1 p.m.

We are a diverse and emerging community learning Jewish wisdom and tradition in South Seattle. For over 40 years Beit Hashofar has been a voice for Mashiach in the Puget Sound. Our community forms a safe and non-confrontational environment where Jews and non-Jews of varied affiliation enter into open minded dialogue. Interfaith couples have also enjoyed a service which engages both partners equally. We're a group of families and singles seeking an authentic and vibrant Jewish expression.

Beit Israel was started in 2002 at that time they were located in Escatawpa, MS. They met in Mississippi until Hurricane Katrina when they were forced to move to the Mobile, Alabama area and since that time they have felt lead to stay in Alabama. In 2011 they moved to their permanent location in Bayou La Batre, AL.

Rabbi Paul Collins