Every Saturday at 10:00 am, followed by Oneg (Nosh)
Child care is provided.
Rabbi Frank describes Beth Messiah as 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 (Yeshua) the Messiah, and have become born again. Messianic Judaism holds most emphatically that it is a part of the universal body of Messiah, 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 scriptural 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.