“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares Adonai, “Plans to prosper you and not to harm you; Plans to give you hope and a future.” - Jeremiah 29:11

Copyright 2018 - BeitImmanuel.com - All Rights Reserved
Welcome to a Bible-believing, Torah-based, Messianic Synagogue with the mission  to proclaim and restore the 1st Century Faith of the Apostles and our Messiah Yeshua.
COMING SOON!! Live Streaming, New Training Videos and our Online Store
NEW DISCOVERY IN JERUSALEM'S CITY OF DAVID: 2,000-YEAR-OLD PILGRIMAGE ROAD
The City of David has already changed Jerusalem. A new discovery there opening soon will change the way Jews connect with their past in a way never seen before. In 2004, a sewage pipe burst in the middle of the neighborhood of Silwan in southeast Jerusalem. Click to read more This article was published by the Jerusalem Post.
Titus Flavius Josephus, the first-century Roman-Jewish historian, wrote that 2.7 million people used to visit Jerusalem during the various Jewish holidays, bringing with them some 256,000 sacrifices.

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares Adonai, “Plans to prosper you and not to

harm you; Plans to give you hope and a future.” - Jeremiah 29:11

Copyright 2018 - BeitImmanuel.com - All Rights Reserved
Welcome to a Bible-believing, Torah-based,  Messianic Synagogue with the mission  to proclaim and restore the 1st Century Faith  of the Apostles and our Messiah Yeshua.
Watch Pastor Sion’s  weekly teachings on YouTube CLICK HERE Shabbat  Worship Services click for Service Time  and Directions
COMING SOON!! Live Streaming, New Training Videos and our Online Store
SHARLENE’S CHALLAH Video instructions on  how to make Sharlene’s Famous Challah Bread
NEW DISCOVERY IN JERUSALEM'S CITY OF DAVID: 2,000-YEAR-OLD PILGRIMAGE ROAD
The City of David has already changed Jerusalem. A new discovery there opening soon will change the way Jews connect with their past in a way never seen before. In 2004, a sewage pipe burst in the middle of the neighborhood of Silwan in southeast Jerusalem. Click to read more This article was published by the Jerusalem Post.
Titus Flavius Josephus, the first-century Roman-Jewish