WORSHIP WITH US

We welcome you to worship and learn with us at Bet Shalom Messianic Congregation.

We gather together weekly for Hebraic worship, Biblical teaching from the Hebrew perspective, Messianic Dance and caring fellowship.

We look forward to seeing you!
Rabbi Amnon & Rebbetzin Lynette Shor

SATURDAY SHABBAT SERVICES

Messianic Lifestyle Class - 2 PM
In the Oneg Hall
Shabbat Service - 4 PM
In the Sanctuary
Oneg after Shabbat Service
In the Oneg Hall

WE MEET AT

MT OLIVE CHURCH
101 W Clinton Avenue
Fresno CA 93705

between Palm and Fruit Avenues
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CONTACT US

MAIL:
Bet Shalom Messianic Congregation
5132 N Palm Avenue PMB 101
Fresno, CA 93704

PHONE:
559-288-0330
EMAIL:
betshalom@betshalomfresno.org

BIBLICAL MESSIANIC JUDAISM

Messianic Judaism is a Biblically-based movement of people who, as committed Jews and Gentiles, believe in Yeshua (Jesus) as the Jewish Messiah of Israel of whom the Torah and Prophets spoke.

In the first century A.D., tens of thousands of Jewish people followed Yeshua, believing Him to be the promised Messiah of Israel. They didn’t renounce their heritage, their customs, nor their people. They remained Jews.

Two thousand years later, hundreds of thousands of Jewish people still follow Yeshua, also believing that He is the Messiah. They, too, have not renounced their heritage, customs, nor their people. Today, Biblical Messianic Judaism is the modern movement that is bringing it all together, for Jews and Gentiles worshipping Yeshua together.

Messianic Jews recognize that their existence is entirely due to God’s intervention on behalf of His Jewish people. Biblical Messianic Judaism is the continuing fulfillment of God’s many Scriptural promises of eternal love and faithfulness to Israel.

The “Messianic Jewish identity” is wholly dependent on the person of Yeshua. God Himself came to earth to reconcile the Jewish people and all nations to Himself.

The foundation of Biblical Messianic Judaism, therefore, is each individual’s personal relationship with the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob through Messiah Yeshua. In the Torah God clearly demands a blood sacrifice for the remittance of sins. Each Messianic Jew and Gentile alike, recognizes his or her own sinfulness and has accepted that Yeshua Himself provided this sacrifice.