CMJ Israel
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  • Founded 1809
  • Jerusalem, Israel
  • Outreach
Honoring and serving the people of Israel
Jerusalem, Israel
About CMJ Israel

CMJ Israel is committed to representing the love of Jesus in word and deed to Jews and gentiles living in the land and those visiting from abroad.

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Garth Gilmour
Garth Gilmour
Executive Director
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Honoring and serving the people of Israel

Israel is at the heart of Christianity, but many people don’t understand the significance of their Jewish roots or their connection to the Land.

CMJ Israel has been active in the Land for nearly 200 years and continues to impact the nation through reconciliation, outreach, evangelism, education, and discipleship. They bring believers of Muslim background from across the Middle East to Jerusalem to worship, pray, and share with Messianic Jews and Christians at Christ Church Jerusalem. CMJ’s four heritage centers and Shoresh Tours teach the Jewish Roots of the Christian faith, the Anglican International School, Jerusalem, provides educational excellence to local and international students, while their Guest Houses offer lodging and peaceful areas for fellowship that facilitate outreach and evangelism.

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Jerusalem, Israel
About the ministry

CMJ Israel


CMJ Israel has been a presence in the Land since the 1830s. Their three-fold purpose is to inform the gentile church of their Jewish roots, serve and honor the Jewish people, and promote the spiritual restoration of the Body in Israel.

About the Executive Director

Garth Gilmour

Dr. Garth Gilmour has been the Executive Director of CMJ Israel since 2016. He holds a Masters of Arts degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Doctorate from the University of Oxford. Dr. Gilmour is a biblical archaeologist with over 20 years of experience in research, publication, and excavation in Israel, Turkey, and Cyprus. CMJ Israel has been a presence in the Land since the 1830s. Their three-fold purpose is to inform the gentile church of their Jewish roots, serve and honor the Jewish people, and promote the spiritual restoration of the Body in Israel.