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Beth Messiah Where Jew and Gentile Worship Together

Abe Koniarsky Miller family

Mark and Kris Miller and children invite the community to Erev Shabbat services at Calvary Chapel in Cottonwood the first Friday of every month

Sedona AZ (August 18, 2013) – At Beth Messiah (“Meshiach” in Hebrew) where Jew and Gentile worship Hashem (G-d) together, one learns more about the Hebraic roots of Christianity in the Bible explains Dr. Mark Miller, a Cottonwood pathologist, who proclaims his life desire is to “serve the Lord with all of his heart, soul, mind, and strength by proclaiming the good news of our Messiah, Yeshua” and, as the Beth Messiah congregational leader, he gets to do just that.

As a messianic congregation, Dr. Miller adds, “It is our desire to create an environment where the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and His Messiah can be proclaimed by Jew and Gentile together with an emphasis on the Hebraic roots, grounded in both the Torah and the New Covenant.”

“Our prayer is that you will be blessed by Hashem in every part of the service to the praise and worship, Davidic dance, and teaching message followed by Oneg (which means great food and fellowship). It would be a joy to have you worship with us as we give praise to Yeshua the Messiah (“Jesus” in Hebrew),” Dr. Miller offers.

Erev Shabbat services are held the first Friday of every month at 6:00 p.m. at Calvary Chapel Cottonwood, 465 South Calvary Way, Cottonwood, AZ 86326.

For more information, email BethMessiahCottonwood@gmail.com or call 928-634-4100.

The next Erev Shabbat service will be Friday, September 6, 2013, at 6:00 p.m. followed immediately by a special performance by Deborah Kline-Iantorno at 7:00 p.m.  Click here to learn more about the free concert. All are welcome.

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  1. Jim Allen says:

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  2. God bless everyone!!!!

  3. more people should be less racist and bigoted

  4. GREAT!! Amen!! Coming together in the name of God and G-d.

  5. Rabbi Itzhak Shapira will be speaking at Beth Messiah Messianic Congregation this coming Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 10:00 AM. The congregation is located at Calvary Chapel Verde Valley, 465 S. Calvary Way, Cottonwood, AZ 86326. The contact phone number is (928) 202-4458.

    Rabbi Shapira, the autjor of The Return of the Kosher Pig http://www.kosherpig.org/ , will be showing the congregation how modern day Judaism has literally fallen off the cliff! It falls further from God every day. Rabbi Shapira challenges modern day Rabbis with God’s Word worldwide. He brings down all of the arguments to this one question…Is Yeshua (Jesus) God?

    Rabbi Shapira challenges the most theological Rabbinic mind regarding who Yeshua (Jesus) is.

    Rabbi Tzahi (Itzhak) Shapira was born and raised in an observant Jewish home in Israel in a Sephardic upbringing. After years of formal Jewish education he found the Jewish Messiah within the Hebrew writings

  6. Beth Messiah Messianic Congregation is a place of worship where Jews & Gentiles come together to proclaim the love of Messiah to everyone. Beth is the Hebrew word for house and Messiah is the Hebrew word for “the anointed One.” Yeshua (Jesus) said, speaking of the great temple in Jerusalem, “My house shall be called a house of prayer for all nations.” We at Beth Messiah are bridge builders in the community by taking down the middle wall of partition that was set between Jews and Gentiles. Our greatest desire is to love God supremely and our neighbor as ourselves. We invite you to come out and experience God’s love from a Messianic perspective. We are an outreach of Calvary Chapel Verde Valley.

    We meet at 10:00 AM every Saturday morning. We are located at 465 S. Calvary Way, Cottonwood, AZ 86326. For more information, please call 928-202-4458 or email us at bethmessiahverdevalley@gmail.com.

  7. Thank you for sharing! It’s about time that the wall of partition came down. Jews and Gentiles originate from the same Judaic roots and need to share the commonalities that existed when Yeshua walked the earth, instead of the differences that have divided us for thousand of years. In fact, HE was the first Messianic Jew…Beth Messiah, keep up the good work!

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