An evening of worship and testimony,
June 21, 2022 | 7:00pm-8:30pm
The King’s University Auditorium
2121 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake, TX
Yachad BeYeshua is an international fellowship of Jewish disciples of Jesus from both synagogues and churches. Its goal is to unite and strengthen Jewish followers of the Messiah, so that together they might bear witness to God’s eternal fidelity to Israel and the Church.
For too long the Jewish voice within the body of the Messiah has been stilled. Jewish believers in Jesus have been scattered among the many expressions of Christianity and Judaism, and their distinctive witness as Jewish disciples of Jesus has been diluted. Yachad BeYeshua seeks to gather what has been scattered, so that a prophetic Jewish voice might once again be heard by Christians, Jews, and the entire world.
To taste and see the blessing that comes when Messianic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, and Catholic Jews enter into loving fellowship with one another, join us for this evening of worship and testimony. We will hear from Messianic Jewish theologian, Mark Kinzer; Baptist historian, Lee B. Spitzer; Canadian Catholic human rights activist, Amanda Achtman; and Ukrainian-German Messianic Jewish leader, Vladimir Pikman.
- Mark Kinzer (Moderator of Yachad BeYeshua)
- Lee Spitzer (Affiliate Professor of Church History at Northern Seminary and retired General Secretary of the American Baptist Churches US)
- Amanda Achtman (a Jewish Catholic promoting human dignity and human rights in Canada)
- Vladimir Pikman (leader of Beit Sar Shalom Ministry in Germany and the Messianic Congregation in Berlin)
The evening will be led by Rabbi Shawn Moir (Baruch Hashem Messianic Synagogue) and Pastor Greg Stone (Gateway Jewish Ministries). Worship music will be provided by Sukkat Shalom Messianic Congregation.
All are welcome. There is no charge for attendance.
For more information, contact Rabbi Shawn Moir.