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Events

Messiah Conference 2018

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Messiah College, One College Avenue , Mechanicsburg, PA

Messianic Jewish Alliance of America Celebrating over 100 years of Jewish Revival

Messiah 2018 is the premier Messianic Jewish conference uniting Jewish and non-Jewish believers in Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus the Messiah.

Worship and fellowship with others from across the USA, Israel and abroad. A full week of day and evening programs offers classes and sessions that are designed to appeal to all groups, including mature believers, families, singles, millennials, teens and children. Experience over 100 classes and sessions of unforgettable teaching by speakers and numerous Concerts throughout the day and evening!
Come meet Vince and Deborah Kline-Iantorno Saturday the 7th at 3:00 at the Market place and join us in a 30 minute Concert of Praise and worship.. and bring your dancin' shoes!

Shabbat morning Concert of Praise and Worship

Beth Zion, 68 Bennetts Mills Road, Jackson, NJ

Come and join us this morning as we worship the King of Kings In New Jersey. Here's a bit about Beth Zion led by Jan and Marlene Rosenberg: 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 environment 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.” Beth Zion is a synagogue with no second-class citizens!