TALIT ON BIMA © Moshe Chaim Katz | Dreamstime.comThe Messianic Community is very diverse. Although you may go to the UMJC, MBI or any other group's web site for a listing of their groups, MessianicCommunity.net seeks to combine all of these in a single, comprehensive resource. You can search our records to help you find others who are closest to your location regardless of their affiliation.

 

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  • We are an emerging synagogue with a rich heritage within the Messianic Jewish movement. A place where Jewish believers in Yeshua can experience the shalom—and wrestle with the tensions—of following the Rabbi from Nazareth. A spiritual home for intermarried families and those raising Messianic Jewish children. A family welcoming all lovers of God, Israel, and Israel's Messiah.

  • Beth Messiah is a Messianic Jewish Congregation located in Livingston, New Jersey. We believe that Yeshua (Jesus) of Nazareth is the Messiah promised in the Jewish Bible for both Jews and Gentiles.

    Beth Messiah Congregation was established in 1983 and has always been known as a place where both Jews and Gentiles gather together for joyful worship, prayer, and the study of God's Word. While we are an independent congregation, we have friendly relationships with many other Messianic Jewish groups and with those churches which have a positive regard toward the Jewish People.

     

  • Beth Messiah Congregation attracts believers in, and seekers of, Yeshua (Jesus) who enjoy a full cultural expression of Jewish life and community. Our synagogue, founded in 1975, serves its congregants through various programs and opportunities for people of all age groups and backgrounds. Through our services and weekly programs, Beth Messiah seeks to facilitate personal relationships with God and each other. Visitors are always welcome. All are invited to remain after the service to join us for oneg (a light lunch) and a Torah study.

  • Led by Alex Yalenga

  • At Beth Messiah, we as Messianic Jews believe Yeshua (Jesus in Hebrew) is the Messiah.

    Messianic Judaism is a movement of people from all walks of life who believe that Yeshua is the promised Messiah and the Savior for Israel and the world. Messianic Jews have not stopped being Jewish. On the contrary we have continued to remain strongly Jewish in our identity and lifestyle, and in our belief that Yeshua is the Jewish Messiah and the fulfillment of true Biblical Judaism.

    Rabbi Judah Hungerman

     

  • Beth Messiah Synagogue of Cincinnati is a part of a spontaneous growing worldwide movement known as Messianic Judaism. Messianic Jews believe that Yeshua (Jesus) is the promised Jewish Messiah whose death fulfills Hebrew scripture in providing a permanent kipporah (atonement) for sin, and whose coming at the end of days (see Isaiah 2, Micah 4) will end a period of great tribulation and bring peace to the earth. Messianic Jews believe that maintaining a strongly Jewish lifestyle is an important aspect of living out their faith. Beth Messiah Synagogue enables them to fulfill this calling in their lives. At Beth Messiah, Jews and Gentiles alike can worship the God of Israel in a Jewish environment, celebrating the Jewish holidays and festivals in a meaningful way and raising their children in a Messianic Jewish lifestyle.

    Rabbi Michael Wolf

     

  • BETH MESSIAH-Milwaukee is a congregation where Jews and Gentiles worship together in an ancient way.

    Messianic Judaism is a term used to define Jewish people who have received Jesus the Messiah, and have become born again. Messianic Judaism holds most emphatically that it is a part of the universal body of Christ, but claims the right to express itself in a way that agrees with its Jewish heritage.

    Messianic Judaism is not a new movement, but the reappearance of an ancient Biblical movement started by the first apostles, and continued for the first three centuries of church history. This reappearance is due to God's scriptural promise of eternal love to Israel.

    Rabbi Dr Frank Susler

  • Beth Messiah Synagogue is a messianic congregation of Jewish and non-Jewish people who worship in a Jewish context and believe that Yeshua (Jesus) is the promised Messiah.

  • We are a Spirit-filled Torah-Observant Congregation. We come together to worship as One Body, for through Messiah Yeshua, there is no distinction between Jew and Gentile. We strive to live 'Biblically Messianic Jewish' lifestyles, shadowing our Messiah Yeshua, and not 'rabbinical traditions' or the traditions of man. We keep Shabbat (the Sabbath) and celebrate The Appointed Times of Yahweh. We stand on the Word of Yahweh alone as our guide, forsaking ALL Other extra-biblical texts.

  • One of the questions we are asked at Beth Sar Shalom is “What is a Messianic Congregation?” To answer this, and many other questions we have put together our web site to explain who we are. We trust that it will be a good introduction to our community, and will be an encouragement to you.

    Please keep in mind that our heart and doors are always open.

  • Beth Shalom is a Torah Observant Messianic congregation serving the greater Chattanooga area.

  • We believe in one God, as He has revealed Himself in the Scriptures (Deut. 6:4).

    We believe that Yeshua is the Son of God, the Messiah, the Eternal One in Whom all the fullness of Deity dwells in bodily form; Who is the Word who became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory of the uniquely begotten son of God, full of Chesed (Grace) and Truth (John 1:1-14, Col. 2:9).

  • Led by Rweser Mweetwa

    Meeting Place: Pamodzi Basic School/Ndola

    Services: 10:30am

  • We are a dynamic Messianic Community of Jewish and non-Jewish Believers who embrace a unique oneness of faith in Yeshua Ha Mashiach (Jesus the Messiah) – True to New Covenant Faith.

  • Beth Simcha is a Messianic Jewish congregation founded on Yeshua Ha Mashiach (Jesus the Messiah) who, according to the Hebrew Scriptures, died for our sins, was buried, and rose again on the third day. We worship the G-D of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in a style reflective of first century synagogues where followers of Mashiach Yeshua from both Jewish and Gentile backgrounds assembled in unity. Our worship and observance seek to fulfill Yeshua’s words for true worshippers, blending together the Tanakh Gospels and Epistles (the Word of G-D) and The Ruach Hakodesh (truth and spirit). We rely on the Holy Scriptures as our source of truth and on the Holy Spirit for power, gifts, and direction in our lives.

    Rabbi Marty Schilsky

     

  • Beth Simcha is a group of people that believe Yeshua, (Jesus), is the Messiah. We believe that the whole word of God applies to us today, and we take it seriously. We worship the living God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. We try to help people become talmidim, (disciples), of Messiah Yeshua.

    Beth Simcha: teaching people how to walk as Yeshua walked, and how to keep God's appointed times.

    Jim Rickard