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Beit Tikvah is part of a world-wide movement of Messianic congregations who worship Yeshua as the Messiah in the context of Jewish life and culture. The name means "House of Hope" in Hebrew.



Therefore, our co-mission is to be a blessing to all the earth by making disciples, baptizing or immersing them in the waters of the mikveh, and teaching them that which we have received from Messiah Yeshua.

Sub-Missions

1.Be a bridge to the Jewish community by presenting the Good News of Yeshua the Messiah as a normative Judaism. See Messianic Judaism, by Rabbi Dan Cohn-Sherbok

2.Be a bridge to the Christian church by teaching them about their Jewish roots and about God’s heart for Israel

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The congregation has shown steady growth from its founding in 1982 by Murray and Kay Silberling. Each weekend the congregation ministers to more than 200 people, and is one of hundreds of messianic congregations worldwide which incorporate Jewish tradition into their services.