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Beit Lechem (House of Bread) Ministries is a non-denominational community of believers with a prophetic messianic message. Beit Lechem seeks to cooperate with churches and synagogues which have a similar vision. We are a congregation of Jewish (Judah), non-Jewish (Ephraim) believers & companions of Israel in Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah.

A Torah Study/Bible Study Fellowship focusing on the Hebraic context of the WORD of God, Yeshua the Messiah.

We meet at the Smithton Youth and Community Center.

We are a Messianic Synagogue and community which gathers to celebrate our T'Shuvah (Return) to the faith of our fathers. This T'Shuvah comes through the Jewish hope of the Messiah and the message of reconciliation with God which He was to bring for the Jewish people (Israel) and the nations (Gentiles). We believe this hope is realized in the person of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah.

Beit Midrash meets regularly every Sabbath (Saturday)

Our Life- Our Faith- Our Vision

For His Kingdom and For His Glory!

Beit Or was founded by Rabbi Isaac Levy who currently leads and teaches today. In Hebrew Beit Or means “house of light” which conveys our desire to shine the light of Yeshua through the daily living of Torah. Rabbi Isaac Levy has envisioned and brought together Beit Or to teach the knowledge of Yeshua to others using the Holy Scriptures. Our services feel more like a bible study, but are conducted as a synagogue service. At our services you can ask questions, in fact questions are encouraged.

Beit Sar Shalom (Casa del Príncipe de Paz) es una congregación judeo-mesiánica que adora al D-os de Abraham, Isaac y Jacob, vivencia la Torá, y cree que Yeshúa (Jesús) es el Mesías prometido de Israel.