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 a Messianic Congregation of Jewish and Gentile believers One in Messiah Yeshua, located near Augusta, GA, and Aiken, SC, in the CSRA.

     

  • A Messianic Jewish Synagogue in Asheville, NC

     

  • A Messianic Jewish Synagogue in Drexel, NC.

     

  • 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

     

  • Formed in November 1974, many in the early congregation came to the Lord during the Jesus movement in the late '60's - early '70's. In January, 1975 Martin Chernoff and his family move to Philadelphia to shepherd the new congregation. The Chernoff family came to Philadelphia in July of 1975.

    Early history (before the first synagogue): The people of Beth Yeshua were 'wandering Jews' meeting for worship at various places. At a community room in a bank, a Jewish War Veterans meeting space, a nursery facility, the Marriott, the Holiday Inn and finally the Ramara Motor Inn (with an 'r' - it was definitely not the Ramada Motor Inn), the Lord prepared the members to learn to rough it prior to moving into their present facility in 1982.

    Rabbi David Chernoff

  • Congregation Chai v'Shalom began in 1997 as a store-front office in Dogtown, St. Louis, MO. Rev. Kevin Parviz, a Jewish believer in Y'shua (Jesus), envisioned a congregation of Jewish and non-Jewish believers in Jesus, worshipping together in much the same fashion as the Church in the 1st century, the worship style patterned after a “second-temple model” of worship.

    Our ministry has a two-fold mission. First, we are to be engaged in intentional outreach to the Jewish community in St. Louis, and through its partner ministries, in every city with a significant Jewish population. And second, we are to help the Church learn to appreciate the Jewish roots of their faith, to the end that they would also be in ministry to God's first people, from whom He sent HIs only Son, Messiah Y'shua, that the world might be reconciled to Him.

     

  • You are among people who worship the G-d of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and celebrate the redemption brought to the world by Y-shua (Jesus) the Messiah!

    We welcome and embrace all those who wish to learn more about the Hebrew roots of Christianity. We encourage you to join us in learning to worship our Savior in the manner in which He most likely worshipped. We hope you will explore with us while we focus on the way of life portrayed in the Holy Scriptures, bringing us ever closer to our Savior as we begin to understand Him better in the context of the Jewish Rabbi that He personified.

  • We are a Synagogue of Messianic Jews and Gentiles who believe in Yeshua (Jesus) as the promised Messiah of Israel.

    Our congregation is named for the Torah, ETZ CHAIM -- TREE OF LIFE!

  • The mission of the Congregation is to further the revival of the Messianic Jewish Community begun by Yeshua and His disciples in the first century, making disciples as they did in the context of their Jewish identity. This is accomplished through: prayer; teaching Jewish people about their Messiah, worshipping G-d through Yeshua, by the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit), retaining our Jewish identity, supporting Israel, and being an outreach to the community.

    Rabbi Charles Kluge

     

  • Our mission is to glorify Yeshua Messiah as a community through worship and study, incorporating the Hebraic roots of our faith through the unity of Torah and the Gospel.

  • Congregation Mayim Chayim was founded in 2011 through an already existent work in the Eastern Shore area in partnership with Brit Ahm Messianic Synagogue in Pensacola, FL. We are a Messianic Jewish synagogue and are fully dedicated to bringing the Message of Messiah to our Jewish people and also to the Nations.

    Rabbi David Tokajer

  • We are a Messianic Jewish congregation of Jewish and non-Jewish Believers in Y'shua HaMashiach.

    *** We believe the Bible, composed both of the TANAKH(aka 'Old Testament' that contains the Torah) and Brit Chadashah (New Covenant; aka 'New Testament') is the complete, infallible, and authoritive Word of G-d.

    *** We believe we have a responsibility to obey G-d, honoring all parts of Torah that can be fulfilled today; including weekly observance of Shabbat, and observing all other Holy Days in Torah; holy convocations commanded by G-d,because they were festivals designated by Him [Vayikra[Leviticus]23:1-4].

  • Our congregation is a 'Torah centred Messianic Congregation' comprised of both those who were born Jewish and those of the nations, who have been grafted into the commonwealth of Israel, through the acceptance of Yeshua as their Messiah (Efesim / Ephesians 2:12-13).

    We believe Yeshua to be the living Torah who came to faithfully fulfill Torah and not abolish it. Torah is alive and well, living in the hearts of all believers.

  • We are a group of Jewish and grafted-in non-Jewish believers in the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus in Hebrew). Messianic Jews have not stopped being Jewish. On the contrary, we have continued to remain strongly Jewish in our identity, lifestyle, and belief that Yeshua is the Jewish Messiah and the fulfillment of true Biblical Judaism.

  • Affirming the Unity of Jewish and Gentile Believers in Messiah Yeshua

    Celebrating a Torah Observant Lifestyle

    Davidic Praise and Worship

  • We are a congregation of Jewish and non-Jewish people who believe that Yeshua (Jesus of Nazareth) is the promised Messiah of Israel.

    Is it Jewish to believe in Jesus (Yeshua, his Hebrew name)?

    One answer to this and other complex questions is simply that all those who have accepted Yeshua as the Messiah, and have accepted G-d's provision of atonement through him, remain Jewish. There is no conflict here.