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 seek to reflect the light of Yeshua HaMashiach to our community through dialogue & communication of faith; our love for others, tzedekah (charity), tikkun olam (repairing the damage sin has caused) and hospitality.

  • We at Beth Tfilah are committed to being part of that light, by offering sound Jewish education and a meaningful worship experience all within a friendly atmosphere. Beth T'filah observes many of the traditions, customs and holidays that are part of the Jewish heritage. We invite you to visit us on Shabbat, attend one of our classes or join us for our High Holy Day services. Please feel free to contact us!

  • We are a new Messianic Israelite Congregation, currently we are meeting on Fridays at 7:00 P.M.We meet in the Psalmist ministries Building Located at: 1730 N.N.W. Loop 323 Tyler, TX. Right by the 'Van (Hwy 110 N.) Highway'

    We welcome you to come share and help us build a work for Messiah! Become rooted and grounded in your faith as we grow.

  • The name Beth Tikkun means 'place of restoration'. This reflects the two-fold mission of Beth Tikkun Messianic Fellowship: to restore the church to its Jewish roots, and to introduce Jewish people to their Messiah, Yeshua.

  • Beth Yachad means “House of Unity”, and as such, we are a congregation of Messianic Jews and Messianic Gentiles worshiping Messiah Yeshua together in unity (Psalm 133; Ephesians 2:14).

    Whether you are Jewish, non-Jewish, inter-married, an individual or a family, a believer in Yeshua or a seeker searching for Truth, it is our desire to ensure that Temple Beth Yachad is a place where you feel welcome and at home, and ultimately, where you meet with God!

    Rabbi Cosmo Panzetta

     

  • Based on Long Island, Beth Yeshua stands on the Word of God, and under the grace of God, its mission is to bring the Gospel to the Jew and to the Gentile. Since 1971 Beth Yeshua has been teaching the harmony between the Old (Hebrew scriptures) and the New Testaments. In addition to the teaching, tract distribution and seminars, we are a New Testament Fellowship where both Jew and Gentile worship together. The foundation for this teaching and worship is grounded in Yeshua (Jesus) having fulfilled the scriptures as the promised Messiah of Israel.

  • We are a Messianic Congregation of Jewish and non-Jewish believers in Yeshua (Jesus), the Messiah.

  • We are a congregation of Jewish and non Jewish believers trusting in Yehsua's/Jesus' blood atonement for all sin. We believe that Jewish and non Jewish believers become ONE through Messiah/Christ. Gal. 3:27-29 We are not ashamed of the gospel of Messiah for it is the power of G-d unto salvation. To the Jew first and also the Greek. Romans 1:16 We are a strongly evangelical body obeying Yeshua's command to take the gospel to all the nations. Matt. 28:19 Our Shabbat worship service is designed to honor the Most High G-d through our Liturgical Torah service, musical praise and worship and sharing messages from G-d's Holy Word.

     

  • Beth Yeshua International's home mission congregation, Beth Yeshua Macon, ties you to your roots. Together we share the common identity as the People of God. If you are Jewish, our joyous worship will stir your soul. If you are Christian, our synagogue gives you a chance to explore your Jewish roots.

    You will see that we are Jew and Gentile, black and white, Asian and Hispanic, young and old – a cross-section of what The Book of Revelation calls every nation, tribe, people, and language (Revelation 7:9). You will see real unity, and in that unity you will be blessed, for there is everlasting life in it (Psalm 133).

    Rabbi Greg Hershberg

     

  • Beth Yeshua is a community of Jewish and Gentile followers of Yeshua (Jesus), the Jewish Messiah, who share a common faith, a common vision, and are bound together by a common love for the Jewish people and each other.

  • We are a Torah-Pursuant Messianic Congregation. Since God is restoring the Torah to the Body of Messiah, many believers are responding by desiring to live holy and sanctified lives in a Hebraic context. The primary goal of Beth Yeshua is to see all of God's redeemed (Jewish and non-Jewish alike) 'living holy and godly lives' (2 Peter 3:11) according to the whole of Scripture, including the Torah, since all Scripture, including the Torah, is 'God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness...' (2 Timothy 3:16). Proclaiming the Good News of Yeshua, making disciples, or any other important work for the kingdom are natural byproducts of a Biblical, Spirit-led lifestyle in the Messiah.

  • Beth Yeshua werd opgericht door Lion en Elze Erwteman tijdens het Loofhuttenfeest van 1991, op 28 september.

    De gemeente is nu 24 jaar oud. Lion Erwteman is de zoon van twee Joodse ouders en werd geboren in Eindhoven in 1949. Hij en zijn vrouw zijn afgestudeerd in de biologie. Na studies in Talmoed en Tora in Amerika hebben Lion en Elze Erwteman de gemeente opgericht in Amsterdam. Zij leiden de gemeente met diverse teams.

    De gemeente heeft openbare wekelijkse diensten, vieringen van alle Joodse feestdagen, Joods onderwijs, leuke activiteiten, interessante lezingen, cursussen, jeugdwerk, onderwijs, sociaal-pastorale en diakonale zorg.

     

  • We are a congregation of Jewish and non-Jewish believers who accept Yeshua (Jesus) as the Messiah promised to the Jewish people and the Nations through the prophets of the Tanakh (Older Testament).

  • At Beth Yeshua, 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 Jim Pickens

     

  • A Messianic congregation

  • As a Messianic Jewish synagogue, we celebrate Messiah and the Judaism He represented, where the principles of Torah are observed from the heart and not merely from the head. Beth Zion provides a synagogue service where a jewish person can grow and learn about the Messiah in an enviroment that is culturally familiar. Many of us who have read the New Covenant have fallen in love with Yeshua: His life, His words, His example. Yeshua lived a Jewish life, observed Shabbat and the Jewish holidays - so why shouldn't we? When we believe in Yeshua we don't have to trade in our lox & bagels for ham & cheese! Since we believe this is a Jewish faith for the whole world, we welcome everyone who seeks to better understand Messiah, and connect with the Jewish roots of their faith. Yeshua said, 'My house shall be called a house of prayer for all people.' At Beth Zion, we are a synagogue with no second class citizens!

    Rabbi Jan Rosenberg