Ahavat Yeshua in Hebrew means ‘The Love of Jesus.’ They are a Messianic Jewish congregation in the heart of Jerusalem founded in 2006 by Asher and Betty Intrater and Eddie and Jackie Santoro, who serve as the lead pastors. The congregation meets on Shabbat morning, and is conducted in Hebrew. The vision for the congregation is based on the pattern of the first community of faith in Jerusalem as described in Acts 2.
The first Hebrew speaking, Ethiopian community in Jerusalem, Amud Ha Esh, provides a unique opportunity for Ethiopian believers in Israel to congregate together. Their hearts are both in Jerusalem and with their fellow believers in Ethiopia.
The Anchor of Hope Counseling Center provides counseling for local believers and their families, and also acts as a conduit, training upcoming law counselors throughout the land of Israel and making it another extension of our vision to be a “disciple making community”.
Be’ad Chaim is a pro life organization that is dedicated to the protection of the mother and the child. They work throughout Israel, with offices and hotlines available to assist pregnant and single mothers. They help to counsel, support, and provide resources for women who are considering abortions.
Beit Asaph is an Israeli congregation that meets in Netanya, and is strongly connected to the national Messianic “mainstream” in many vital areas of ministry, including service to youth and soldiers, biblical education and reconciliation initiatives. Shabbat worship services are held on Saturdays at 10:30 am.
Strategically located in the heart of Jerusalem, on the border between the Old City and downtown, the Bible Society strives to make the Word of God available, accessible, and heard to people throughout Israel in their native languages.
We are an educational ministry with a focus on both the mind and the heart: grounding believers in the foundational doctrines of the faith, and helping them develop spiritual disciplines. Our seminars, theological library and publications, as well as scholarships for students of theology and ministry, are the primary resources we offer to the local Body of the Messiah and to the world-wide church.
The focus of CBN Israel is in providing practical and spiritual assistance to families in crisis, Holocaust survivors and single mothers. We also have a Business Development Department that provides training for local believing business entrepreneurs and facilitates their connection with believing investors through our business forum.
Chosen People Ministries exists to pray for, evangelize, disciple, and serve Jewish people everywhere and to help fellow believers do the same. The mission was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 1894 by Rabbi Leopold Cohn, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant with a zeal to share the knowledge of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah with God’s chosen people.
Today, Chosen People Ministries serves in sixteen countries across the globe. Our outreach programs include evangelism and discipleship, Messianic Centers and congregations, equipping the local church for Jewish evangelism, print and web publications, and benevolence work. With your help, we will continue proclaiming the Good News through Jesus the Messiah to Jewish people around the world.
“The Church’s Ministry among Jewish People (CMJ) started in the UK in 1809. They are a dynamic ministry propelled by devotion to God and the fulfillment of His promises to His people Israel and are reaching out to thousands, both locals and visitors to the Land of Israel.
They offer Biblical Study tours in Israel that illuminate the Jewish roots of the Christian faith, helping believers from many nations understand God’s continued role for the Jewish people. They also have the Christ Church Guest House that gives both Israelis and pilgrims a safe haven for resting, exploring the Land and seeking an encounter with God.”
Comfort My People is an organization with the goal to encourage, equip and advocate for Jewish Believers, specifically ministry leaders in Israel as they effectively reach their people, so that Israel will fulfill its calling to be a light to the Nations.
Dugit was opened in 1993 as an outreach center located in the heart of Tel Aviv. The Hebrew word “Dugit” means little fishing boat, like the ones used by the disciples on the Sea of Galilee. Functioning as a coffee shop and outreach center, Dugit provides a friendly environment where Israelis can hear about Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah and receive teaching.
Adonai Roi is a Messianic Jewish Hebrew speaking Congregation. ‘Adonai Roi’ is Hebrew for ‘The Lord is my Shepherd’. It was founded by Avi and Chaya Mizrachi in the summer of 1996 with a few people meeting in a private home. As the Lord added to their numbers, the small group grew and is now a vibrant congregation in central Tel Aviv. At this time, Adonai Roi is meeting in a temporary location. The Lord has directed the leadership to look for a property to purchase that will serve as a Messianic Centre for the people of Tel Aviv-Jaffa.
HaGefen Publishing is a publishing house with the mission to support congregations in Israel in their God-given task of outreach and discipleship. They do this by Publishing outreach and discipleship books in both print and elctronic form.
Founded in 1989, Kehilat Ha Maayan is a local Messianic congregation that meets in Kfar Sava, which is located 25 Km north east of Tel Aviv. They are comprised of mostly Jewish and also Gentile born-again believers in Yeshua. They meet to worship the Living God in spirit and in truth, studying and proclaiming the Word of God and serving one another through practical deeds and spiritual gifts.
HaTikva Project meets the needs of Israeli believers by providing critical financial aid for families in crisis. HaTikva Project also operates the only Messianic Jewish dental clinic in Israel where the needy are treated in Yeshua’s name by local believing medical professionals.
Hope for Israel is a service and resource-providing ministry that aims to bring the hope of the Messiah back to Israel. Since the year 2000, God has built this ministry to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people of Israel and the body of believers in the Land. They serve local Jewish and Arab believers through a variety of different humanitarian projects. They are also a resource center for current and timely news updates concerning Israel, providing daily prayer alerts, Bible teachings, and weekly blogs. They also have a discipleship program that is focused on discipling Israeli youth through highschool, army and post army.
The IAM academy is focused on training in practical leadership. This program is designed around one or two week intensive classes that can help existing leaders gain specific strengths in areas of improving their congregations, ministries and organizations. The program is also designed to train assistant leaders, future leaders, up and coming leaders and lay leaders to bridge the gap between theological/doctrinal training and the hands on application of leading various ministries
Israel College of the Bible is an accredited Bible College in Israel providing Biblical and theological education in Hebrew, training the next generation of pastors and leaders in Israel, as well as educating the global church with God’s plan for Israel and the nations.
The Jerusalem Prayer Tower is located on the 17th floor, in the heart of Jerusalem. The tower offers an unparalleled, panoramic view of the entire city. Israelis and international visitors are welcome to visit and pray in the tower on their own or to join one of the many prayer watches that takes place throughout the week.
Jewish Voice Ministries International goes to Jewish communities around the world to share the love of Yeshua through various humanitarian aid initiatives. They also work to equip the Church, providing education about the Hebraic roots of Christianity, the Church’s responsibility to Israel and the Jewish People, and how to share Messiah with the Jewish People.
Kehila is a Hebrew word that means community or congregation. Kehila News is an online community news and information portal By the community (kehila) in Israel, About the community (kehila) in Israel, For the community (kehila), both in Israel and around the world. Their vision is to connect the millions of Christians around the world who love Israel with the Messianic community in Israel.
The vision of Kehilat HaCarmel is to rebuild the Lord’s altar on Carmel’s strategic heights and to pray for the fire of His presence to again return to the Land of Israel. Rebuilding God’s altar in Israel today means bringing the “living stones” of God’s people together – Jews, Arabs and Gentiles being forged into “one new man” in the fire of His love. Through equipping the local body and reaching out to those needing His love, we desire to impact our city, our Land and the nations.
Established in 2009 and situated in the center of Mt. Carmel in the modern city of Haifa, Israel, Kerem-El is a vibrant, Hebrew-speaking Messianic congregation, that is dedicated to teaching the Word of God, to lifting up prayer and praise, to reaching out to locals with the Gospel of Yeshua the Messiah and to making disciples.
King of Kings Distribution Center began distributing food and clothing to those in need, specifically widows and new immigrants, in 2014. Working in conjunction with the city of Jerusalem, the center provides food, clothing, household items and school supplies for families and individuals in need.
King of Kings Community is called to be a compelling, Messiah-centered, Spirit-empowered, disciple-making community that reveals the true face of Yeshua (Jesus) to Israel and the nations. Their congregation meets in the heart of Jerusalem on Sunday evenings at 17:00. In addition to the congregation, they also have the Jerusalem Prayer Tower, Anchor of Hope Counseling Center, Distribution Center, Kings Media School, Yuval School of Music and Arts, and more!
Lech L’cha is a 3 month discipleship program that partners with local Israeli congregations to disciple young Israeli believers through teaching, worship, leadership development, and fellowship with other believers. Their mission is to make disciples who make disciples who make disciples. They seek to equip young Israeli believers for life and ministry (whatever vocation they may be called to, whether secular or sacred), while keeping Yeshua (Jesus) at the centre of all they do. They aim to help them become fully grounded in the Word of God; to learn to live the life of a disciple of Yeshua; to be equipped for service in their local congregations, according to the giftings God has given them and His calling in their lives, and to grow in leadership skills.
L’dor Va’dor seeks to inform, empower and equip the emerging generation with not only the Biblical mandate for Israel and Middle East but also to keep them informed of what is happening “in such a time as this.”
Light of Zion is the ministry of Messianic Jewish American Israelis Sandra and Kerry Teplinsky. Our mission is twofold: Glorifying God and reflecting His character; and carrying the One who is the Light of Zion to the people of Israel. We do this by teaching, equipping and releasing believers in their calling to reach the Jewish people with the love and truth of Messiah; by prophetic intercessory prayer; international reconciliation gatherings in the spirit of one new humanity; widely published books and articles; and serving Israel through medical and other humanitarian outreach.
Maasay Yahdav seeks to serve those in Israel, both Jew and non Jew. They desire to love, to work, and to encourage other ministries, humanitarian organizations and established national organizations.
Maoz Israel Ministries is a Messianic Jewish non-profit organization founded in 1976, and whose ministry headquarters is based in Tel Aviv, Israel. It serves as a catalyst and vehicle for outreach, training, translating, publishing, music recording, video production, economic and disaster relief, and has Hebrew Messianic Jewish congregation in Tel Aviv.
Medallion writes, produces and publishes Messianic teaching materials and other literature for children, youth and those who teach them the Word of God. Teacher training in our congregations is an important aspect of our ministry as well. We want to see our children grounded in the Word of God and independent in the use of it. The work is done by local Messianic Israeli’s, in Hebrew and in the Jewish Israeli cultural context.
MJBI equips leaders who will establish Messianic Jewish congregations and ministries in Jewish communities worldwide. Additionally, the MJBI seeks to equip the church in its responsibility to bless Israel and Jewish people around the world.
The Messianic Jewish Israel Fund is a unique ministry that supports Jewish believers in Yeshua (Jesus) within the Messianic Body in Israel. They function as a vehicle for Messianic believers in the Diaspora (those living outside Israel) and our Christian friends to join hands with Jewish believers in the Land of Israel, helping to provide basic assistance and letting them know they are not alone.
One for Israel is reaching and training a generation of Israeli disciples living in the Last Days who are equipped, mobilized, and energized with a first-century commitment to believe in God’s promises and participate in His purposes for Israel and the Nations.
RII is dedicated to bringing the good news of Yeshua to the people of Israel and the Nations that have never heard, serving the poor and needy, and empowering the next generations to impact their world for God. They are serving Holocaust Survivors in Israel and Belarus, loving them into the Kingdom of God one at a time. RII’s Messianic Center in the Himalayan Mountains is equipping young adult believers to reach out to some of the more than 40,000 young Israelis ‘shopping spirituality’ in India every year. RII is committed to making servant hearted, outreach focused disciples, has established 4 Messianic Jewish Congregations in Belarus, and does various humanitarian projects.
Congregation Shemen Sasson is an Israeli community in Jerusalem, comprised of people from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds who believe in the Bible; Old and New Covenants, as the inspired word of God. They honor Yeshua of Nazareth as the promised Messiah of Israel. They meet together at their house of prayer and community center, in downtown Jerusalem, in regular daily, weekly and monthly intervals to share life – as they worship together, pray together, learn together, celebrate together, and strive to serve the greater community in a spirit of unconditional love.
Streams in the Desert is a ministry on behalf of widows and orphans in the Negeve of Israel. They provide both practical help and spiritual assistance partnering with God to fill the dry places of women’s and children’s lives with provision and with the love and power of the Holy Spirit.
Tents of Mercy is a congregation planting center, in the apostolic pattern of extending God’s Kingdom through sending out teams to do humanitarian aid, outreach and congregation planting in unreached areas of Israel.
Tiferet Yeshua in Hebrew means ‘The Glory of Jesus.’ The congregation meets in Tel Aviv, and was founded by Ari and Shira Sorko-Ram in 1995 as a local spirit filled Hebrew speaking congregation. The congregation meets on Friday afternoon right before the start of the Sabbath. It has a special anointing for freedom of worship, sharing the good news, and expressing the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
Tikkun is a coalition of apostolic and prophetic ministries that join together for accountability, equipping, strategy, prayer and mutual support. Tikkun also connects to apostolic networks in the nations to seek partnership and prophetic direction. Tikkun’s vision is to draw apostolic ministries together in cooperation for the dual restoration of Israel and the Church. An integral part of our strategic priorities is to strengthen and support the Messianic believers in Israel and to foster unity in the international Church Ecclesia. We seek to lay teaching foundations to understand the biblical view of the kingdom of God and to prepare the Church to stand with Israel in events of the end times leading up to the Second Coming of Yeshua.
Tree of Life Bible Society (formerly known as the Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society) works together within the Messianic Community – across organizational boundaries- to create a team united for the sake of rekindling a hunger for God’s Word in the Diaspora of a post-modern World. It is their vision to provide a new Messianic Jewish Version of the Holy Bible, to both the Jews and the Nations, to inspire families to return to the God of Israel through faith in Yeshua, Jesus, the Messiah.
Wilbur Ministries is a faith based ministry with a mandate to travel the world sharing the message of messiah and the One New Man to every generation. They do this through worship conferences, seminars and outreaches into the ends of the earth.
Yeshua’s Inheritance Congregation is located in Beer Sheva. It was founded in 1972, and is lead by Howard Bass. Their desire is for more people to come to faith and enter into God’s Kingdom, becoming sanctified in their lives of faith in order to be prepared as overcomers at the return of the Lord.
Yehudim LeMa’an Yeshua exists to make the messiahship of Jesus an unavoidable issue to our Jewish people worldwide, and our Israel staff work diligently to share the Gospel with the Israeli people. Through direct evangelism efforts, community projects, one-on-one discipleship; and Bible studies for soldiers, kids, youth, and women, we do our utmost to impart the Lord’s love and salvation with those we serve.
Yuval is a Messianic school of music and arts, and they work to train up this generation of believers to use the gifts that God gave them in music and other forms of art in order to build God’s kingdom and the body of Yeshua in the land of Israel. They work with children, teenagers and adults alike.