Amud HaEsh (Hebrew: “Pillar of Fire”) is the first Hebrew-speaking, Ethiopian community in Jerusalem. Amud HaEsh provides a unique opportunity for Ethiopian believers in Israel to gather together in Jerusalem and stand in solidarity with those in Ethiopia.
"For such a small country, Israel seems to be everywhere. Which begs the question: What’s the big deal?"
The Caspari Center for Biblical and Jewish Studies is an evangelical resource and education center. Established in 1982, the center provides resources for training, discipleship, academic research and study for the messianic body and global Church.
Strategically located in the heart of Jerusalem, The Bible Society strives to make the Word of God available, accessible, and heard to people throughout Israel in their native languages.
Founded in 1989, the congregation meets weekly to worship in spirit and in truth, study and proclaim the Word of God, and serve one another.
Emerging in the midst of the re-gathered nation of Israel is a remnant of believers in Yeshua, the Messiah who have formed congregations around Israel. Kehilat HaCarmel is a community of Messianic believers located on Mt. Carmel in the city of Haifa, which is located in Northern Israel.
Melech HaMelachim (King of Kings) is a family-oriented Hebrew-speaking Messianic Jewish congregation in Jerusalem, serving the local body. Our primary focus is to be a spiritual home and family for local believers, with the Word being central to all we do.
"Coming here, to Israel, the Land, you’ll experience something you maybe didn’t even know you were missing. You’ll experience the words on the page alive in person."
The Bible Society began in the early 19th century when groups of Christians traveled to the holy land in order to share bibles with those who lived in the land. This act of gladly sharing limited supplies of bibles grew into a project of building depots stocked full of bibles for local believers to continue distributing in greater quantities.
In 1977, the state of Israel legalized abortion through — what has been referred to as — one of the most liberal abortion policies in the world. In 1988, a group of believers in Israel began looking into statics on abortion in the land, and what they found was alarming.