So...What is CBY All About?

Congregation Beth Yeshua ties you to your spiritual roots. Together with our family of Beth Yeshua congregations and the Body of Messiah, we share the common identity as the scriptures call - the People of God. If you are Jewish, our liturgy and worship will stir your soul. If you are Christian, our congregation gives you a chance to explore the Jewish foundation of our faith. If you are still searching, you may have just come to the right place. You will see that we are Jew and Gentile, black and white, Asian and Hispanic, young and old - a cross-section of what The Book of Revelation calls every nation, tribe, people and language (Revelation 7:9). You will see real unity and in that unity you will be blessed for there is true life in it (Psalm 133).

There are two things I know you will experience here. One, the Spirit of love; and two, the truth of God's word (John 4:23). You will see us raise our hands (Psalm 63:4, 134:2); you will see us clap our hands (Psalm 47:1). Most importantly, you will see unbounded happiness because in His presence is the fullness of joy (Psalm 16:11). There is much we would like to share with you, so come as you are, knowing this - that our prayer is you will never leave the same.

Blessings in Messiah,
The CBY Family

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How Should Gentile Christians Respond To The Jewish People?
The One New Man

"Paul’s principle of 'to the Jew first' should raise the following questions for Gentile Christians: Do I have a sincere love for the Jewish people? Do I value the Jewish roots of my faith? [Or] has [the false and repugnant doctrine of] replacement theology shaped my understanding of the gospel? When was the last time that I shared with a Jewish friend about Yeshua (Jesus) the son of David? Is Jewish ministry a priority of my church? Do I encourage Yeshua-believing Jews to retain their Jewish identity as a matter of calling, or to assimilate for the sake of being “one in Christ”? Do I have relationships with Jewish followers of Yeshua? If so, are these relationships characterized by interdependence, mutual blessing, and mutual humbling? Do I give to Jewish charities and advocacy organizations? Do I fight antisemitism in the Church and the public square, or look the other way? Do I regularly pray for Israel and the well-being of the Jewish people worldwide? All of these are spheres of life that will be impacted when we experience Spirit-led vision to bring the gospel to the Jew first as Paul taught."             

- Dr. David Rudolph

Beth Yeshua International - Worldwide Outreach

Small Family, Big God, Enormous Impact!!!

Your Word is a Lamp for my Feet and Light on my Path
2 Timothy 4

3 For the time is coming when people will not have patience for sound teaching but will cater to their passions and gather around themselves teachers who say whatever their ears itch to hear.

4 Yes, they will stop listening to the truth, but will turn aside to follow myths.

5 But you, remain steady in every situation, endure suffering, do the work that a proclaimer of the good news should, and do everything your service to God requires.