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The videographer who created the videos for Chevra has just released his first documentary and it is outstanding. If you have Amazon Prime it is free to watch. Well worth your time, particularly in the observance of Holocaust Remembrance.

Dangerous Diplomacy is the story of how Swiss Diplomat Carl Lutz saved tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews during WWII. It's on a par with history channel, PBS, and Simon Wiesenthal Center documentaries. Please share with your communities.

My name is John Pearson what's wrong please contact me I'm interested in Jesus Christ and I know Jews are God's people and who better learn about Jesus then through his actual people please have no prejudiced please talk to me I'm a gentile but I want to understand who else to learn from think God's people themselves please teach me I'm serious with all my heart will you please contact me
Can anyone direct me on how I might acquire an abbreviated Haggadah that I believe the UMJC has put out during this time of social distancing?
Dear UMJC,
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Also, greetings to all the executive!!
Hello to all.
Did my last post get posted? Just was writing to tell everyone that I greatly enjoyed the 40th Anniversary. It gave me great hope for the future. Monique's message was very well presented and inspiring. Young Rabbi Eaton was very good. The worship and liturgy was well done. Bravo to all!😄
It was great to be at the UMJC. I greatly enjoyed the 40th anniversary. The conference gave me great hope for the future. Monique is a great presenter and gave a very good message. I was impressed with young Rabbi Eaton. Strong and enthusiastic preaching. Good worship and liturgy done well. Bravo to all who made this a success!
Dear Servants of God,
Greetings in Jesus Might name! I am blessed and drilled to read your wonderful and touching website which has touched my heart so much and I am feeling to work with you hand in hand to build the kingdom of God and to SET the captives free and free in Jesus name as the book of Isaiah 42:7 states!
Our prayers to you as a young church down here in Eastern part of Kenya is to welcome you to feel free to come over here and hold a crusade/conference/­­Revival meetings etc and minister to us,teach, baptize us, ordain pastors and establish your work here since we are working independently without a good foundation ground of God's word. As a young church worshiping under shade! We request for your love, prayers and support to :
1.To get Tin Sheets needed to weather proof our church shade to avoid much rain hindering our church meetings.
2.To get Bibles in our local language EKEGUSII to help us grow and understand His word better as we hunger and thirst of His word brethren please.
3.To get musical instruments for preaching that would produce sounds when preaching the message to reach everyone by His grace.
4.Our poor church members and widows to get Toilets to use at their homes since they don't have as they are poor!
In the book of DETRONOMY 23:12-14.
-You shall have a place also outside the compound where you shall go forth abroad.
-And you shall have a paddle upon your weapons and it shall be when you will ease yourself abroad. You shall dig therewith and shall turn back and cover that which comes from you.
-For the lord your God walks in the midst of your compound to deliver you, and to give up your enemies before you. The
I recommend umjc because we have same believes
I am seeking support to silence Rick Wiles who is the male version of Ilhan Oman. Please read by comments above and visit me on my page with your ideas and comments. If all our organizations can JOIN TOGETHER AND SPEAK AS ONE, we would have a powerful influence that has not yet been imagined. I think it is time.
Es un placer saber que ustedes existan que Adonai los siga bendiciendo.espero un dia la dicha de poder estar bajo su cobertura desde México slalom alejem

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In the Risky Footsteps of Abraham — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations 10/14/2021

In the Risky Footsteps of Abraham — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations

Whenever I hop into the car, I make sure to buckle up. I always wear a hi-vis yellow helmet when I ride my bike. I even refrain from kvetching about my face mask as I’m cruising the aisles at Trader Joe’s. These all seem like reasonable ways to reduce risk and play it safe. But I also recognize that our ancestor Abraham was not particularly intent on playing it safe. When the situation called for it, he took great risks, and he reaped great rewards, as we see in this week’s parashah: “After these things the word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision: ‘Fear not, Abram, I am your shield; your reward shall be very great’” (Gen 15:1).

In the Risky Footsteps of Abraham — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations Our ancestor Abraham was not particularly intent on playing it safe. When the situation called for it, he took great risks, and he reaped great rewards, as we see in this week’s parashah: “After these things the word of the Lord came to Abram in a vision: ‘Fear not, Abram, I am your shield; yo...

Facing Our Other Side, East of Eden — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations 09/30/2021

Facing Our Other Side, East of Eden — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations

As we begin to explore the story of humankind outside the Garden of Eden, we, like Cain, should be uncomfortable that our first encounter there is fratricide. Lamentably, those of us who are most committed to the inspiration and historicity of the Genesis accounts often accept a pale one-dimensional rendering of these stories that strips away the great complexity of human drama. Why does the inspired writer force us at the outset of the human journey to confront such a violent accounting of sibling rivalry?
--Rabbi Paul Saal

Facing Our Other Side, East of Eden — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations Why does the inspired writer force us at the outset of the human journey to confront such a violent accounting of sibling rivalry? I believe that the answer lies between the lines of the terse narrative found in the fourth chapter of B’reisheet.

How to Stay in Your Sukkah — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations 09/27/2021

How to Stay in Your Sukkah — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations

Shelter is a primal human need, along with food and clean water and air to breathe. We’re constantly reminded of this need in most of our cities, where folks we label as “homeless” create encampments of tents and lean-tos to protect themselves from the elements. Beyond our primitive need of shelter, however, we might find ourselves yearning for a deeper shelter, which our observance of Sukkot hints at. There's a sukkah that can shelter us even after the festival concludes.

How to Stay in Your Sukkah — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations Shelter is a primal human need, along with food and clean water and air to breathe. But beyond our primitive need of shelter, we might find ourselves yearning for a deeper shelter, which our observance of Sukkot hints at.

Chazak! Be Strong and Holy — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations 09/10/2021

Chazak! Be Strong and Holy — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations

“Let’s make a point to practice holiness, separated from the world while from a position of strength we exist in the world, exhibiting the love of God to those who are hurting, being the hands and feet of God to those in need, and being the voice of hope and reason in a time that is rife with chaos and confusion. Be holy as Hashem is holy, thereby being strong and courageous in a very needy world.”

Shabbat Shalom and tikatevu v’techatemu!

-Michael Hillel

Chazak! Be Strong and Holy — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations Let’s practice holiness, separated from the world, while from a position of strength we exist in the world, exhibiting the love of God to those who are hurting, being the hands and feet of God to those in need, and being the voice of hope and reason in a time that is rife with chaos and confusion.

God Goes with us in Our Wanderings — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations 09/02/2021

God Goes with us in Our Wanderings — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations

“Isaiah’s remnant wasn’t disheartened by the reversals and difficulties at hand, but looked far into the future to see the renewal that God would bring. So should we. We are still struggling to see a multi-generational Jewish people movement for Yeshua. We are living in times of great peril for Israel, and indeed for all nations. We need to fight the good fight, but always with a vision of the promised restoration, which Isaiah repeats many times over.”

-Rabbi Russ Resnik

God Goes with us in Our Wanderings — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations At the great turning-point of Moses’ life—when God really needed to get his attention—he chose to speak to Moses from out of a thorn-bush of all places. Why not from the wide blue sky, or the starry heavens at night, out there in the wilderness? Or why not from the mountain top, or at least fr...

Between Rebuke and Redemption — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations 08/27/2021

Between Rebuke and Redemption — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations

“So, this Shabbat, when we look at the tochechah of Deuteronomy 28, and the consolation of Isaiah 60, let us be strengthened by the one who stands at our side: Yeshua, the embodiment of God’s faithfulness to us. Rav Sha’ul, in his letter to the Galatians, speaks of how Yeshua redeemed us from the very curses of Deuteronomy 28 “by becoming cursed on our behalf” (Gal 3:13 CJB). And it is in Yeshua that our hope for the future lies, and in whom the promises of God will be fulfilled. "

-Chaim Dauermann

Between Rebuke and Redemption — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations The seven weeks of consolation or comfort lead us out from summer’s heat and into the cool of autumn. They take us from the torment of Tisha B’Av to the joy and hope of Rosh Hashanah, a day that not only celebrates the New Year, but is also associated through Jewish tradition with God’s kingsh...

Overcoming Commitment Hesitancy — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations 08/19/2021

Overcoming Commitment Hesitancy — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations

In a day of shifting loyalties and unstable commitments, the Lord’s declaration shines out like a beacon: “The mountains may depart and the hills be removed, but my steadfast love shall not depart from you, and my covenant of peace shall not be removed.” It’s an unshakable promise that empowers us to make and keep our promises to those around us and those we love.

-Rabbi Russ Resnik

Overcoming Commitment Hesitancy — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations In a day of shifting loyalties and unstable commitments, the Lord’s declaration shines out like a beacon: “The mountains may depart and the hills be removed, but my steadfast love shall not depart from you, and my covenant of peace shall not be removed.” It’s an unshakable promise that empow...

08/18/2021

Young Adults! This is your last chance to register for the Chaverim 2021 IN PERSON Retreat! A weekend of fellowship, learning, and fun with your fellow Messianic young adults (18-35), August 20th – 23rd at Sky Ranch in Texas.

Partial registration scholarships are still available - contact [email protected] to request one or register at: umjc.org/events.

Young Adults! This is your last chance to register for the Chaverim 2021 IN PERSON Retreat! A weekend of fellowship, learning, and fun with your fellow Messianic young adults (18-35), August 20th – 23rd at Sky Ranch in Texas.

Partial registration scholarships are still available - contact [email protected] to request one or register at: umjc.org/events.

“Why have you forsaken me?” — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations 08/13/2021

“Why have you forsaken me?” — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations

“Yeshua’s last words are often our own words. During life’s trials, we can call out with that same desperate echoing of Psalm 22. This has been a year of endemic challenge. Too often we respond with anger and recrimination of ourselves, others, and eventually even God. Yet we can choose to have confidence that the Holy One who was present with Yeshua is present with us through every challenge. Yeshua’s cry is not that of dereliction; rather it is the empathic voice of Israel’s long-awaited Messiah.”

-Rabbi Paul L. Saal

“Why have you forsaken me?” — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations In the darkest hours we must hold on to the light of promise. That which we choose to ignore maintains power over us. Yeshua’s suffering liberates us from the power of death, and his final words give us the authority together to live life with hope.

08/10/2021

DON’T MISS OUT on our IN-PERSON family fun day at Quassy Amusement and Waterpark in CT, this Sunday, August 15th! In addition to roller coasters, grand carousels, swimming and paddle boating, included in the cost is an elaborate lunch buffet including some of your favorite summertime foods, barbecued chicken, veggie burgers, pasta salad and chilled watermelon.

Bring your family and friends! Tickets are $25 per adult, children are $15. Register at: umjc.org/events.

DON’T MISS OUT on our IN-PERSON family fun day at Quassy Amusement and Waterpark in CT, this Sunday, August 15th! In addition to roller coasters, grand carousels, swimming and paddle boating, included in the cost is an elaborate lunch buffet including some of your favorite summertime foods, barbecued chicken, veggie burgers, pasta salad and chilled watermelon.

Bring your family and friends! Tickets are $25 per adult, children are $15. Register at: umjc.org/events.

08/10/2021

Young Adults! Summertime is here and you don’t want to miss out on the Chaverim 2021 IN PERSON Retreat! A weekend of fellowship, learning, and fun with your fellow Messianic young adults (18-35), August 20th – 23rd at Sky Ranch in Texas.

Come enjoy a rejuvenating rest from your usual routine, build relationships with peers, and walk away with fresh insights, renewed energy, and great memories! Register at: umjc.org/events

Young Adults! Summertime is here and you don’t want to miss out on the Chaverim 2021 IN PERSON Retreat! A weekend of fellowship, learning, and fun with your fellow Messianic young adults (18-35), August 20th – 23rd at Sky Ranch in Texas.

Come enjoy a rejuvenating rest from your usual routine, build relationships with peers, and walk away with fresh insights, renewed energy, and great memories! Register at: umjc.org/events

[08/10/21]   As I noted a couple of days ago, the month of Elul is devoted to preparation for the Days of Awe, the season from Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur. I mentioned the custom of heshbon ha-nefesh, or "accounting of the soul," a daily review of our thoughts and deeds, seeking to bring them into alignment with God and his ways through the empowerment of the Spirit.

Another custom for Elul is to hear the sound of the shofar each morning. One meaning of this custom is revealed in the haftarah reading for this week, Isaiah 51:12–52:12. Twice the prophet calls Jerusalem, and therefore us, to wake up:

Wake yourself, wake yourself,
Stand up, O Jerusalem. . . .
Awake, awake, put on your strength O Zion;
Put on your beautiful garments
O Jerusalem, the holy city. (Isa 51:17, 52:1)

Likewise, Rambam (Maimonides) notes that the sound of the shofar in this season is symbolic, as if saying “You that sleep, bestir yourselves from your sleep, and you that slumber, emerge from your slumber, examine your conduct, turn in repentance, and remember your Creator!” (Hilchot Teshuvah 3:4).

So let’s start each day throughout Elul with this wake-up call. If you have a shofar, you can sound it at the conclusion of your morning prayers. If not, you can listen to a shofar blast online or on a recording. (It’s a mitzvah to hear the shofar live and in person on Rosh Hashanah, but since hearing the shofar during Elul is a custom and not a mitzvah, there’s more flexibility.) Or simply remember Isaiah’s admonition to “Wake yourself, wake yourself.”

We can begin each day in Elul with alertness to the Spirit and to signs of God’s presence around us. We can turn away from the humdrum, away from our anxieties and grumpy ordinariness, and look for God as we prepare to encounter him as our King during the Days of Awe.

So I propose during the thirty days leading up to Rosh Hashanah, that we pay attention to God, to the world around us that he has created and that he renews day by day. When we get up in the morning, we can really wake up to God’s presence. “Awake, awake, put on your strength!”

Rabbi Russ

08/08/2021

One of the things I love about the traditional Jewish calendar is that it comes around every year, no matter how crazy the year is. It’s a cycle of spiritual awakening and refreshment that renews each year no matter what. And so amidst all the chaos and uncertainty of 2020-21, we’re about to enter the month of Elul, which begins this evening, August 8, at sundown.

Elul, the sixth month, is traditionally a month of preparation for the Days of Awe, which begin with Rosh Hashanah on the first day of the seventh month. These Days will be Awesome because they bring us into an encounter with God as Creator, Sovereign, and Judge.

So how do we prepare? Elul is considered an ideal time for teshuvah (repentance, turning back to God), because Elul has “been a month of God’s good will ever since we were chosen as his people” (S. Y. Agnon, Days of Awe). Teshuvah usually involves a general review of our thoughts and actions, a general review of what we need to change, where we need to make amends for our wrongs, and how we can straighten out what we’ve neglected or messed up in our lives and relationships—especially with God—over the past year. As followers of Yeshua, we can trust the Spirit of God to lead us in this personal audit.

Search me, O God, and know my heart.
Examine me, and know my anxious thoughts,
and see if there be any offensive way within me,
and lead me in the way everlasting. Psalm 139:23-24 TLV

Rabbi Russ

One of the things I love about the traditional Jewish calendar is that it comes around every year, no matter how crazy the year is. It’s a cycle of spiritual awakening and refreshment that renews each year no matter what. And so amidst all the chaos and uncertainty of 2020-21, we’re about to enter the month of Elul, which begins this evening, August 8, at sundown.

Elul, the sixth month, is traditionally a month of preparation for the Days of Awe, which begin with Rosh Hashanah on the first day of the seventh month. These Days will be Awesome because they bring us into an encounter with God as Creator, Sovereign, and Judge.

So how do we prepare? Elul is considered an ideal time for teshuvah (repentance, turning back to God), because Elul has “been a month of God’s good will ever since we were chosen as his people” (S. Y. Agnon, Days of Awe). Teshuvah usually involves a general review of our thoughts and actions, a general review of what we need to change, where we need to make amends for our wrongs, and how we can straighten out what we’ve neglected or messed up in our lives and relationships—especially with God—over the past year. As followers of Yeshua, we can trust the Spirit of God to lead us in this personal audit.

Search me, O God, and know my heart.
Examine me, and know my anxious thoughts,
and see if there be any offensive way within me,
and lead me in the way everlasting. Psalm 139:23-24 TLV

Rabbi Russ

08/06/2021

Start planning your trip for our IN PERSON family fun day at Quassy Amusement and Waterpark, in Middlebury CT on August 15th. Escape the summer heat and go swimming in Lake Quassapaug, rent a paddle boat, take a lake excursion in a serene and peaceful setting. We can’t wait to see you there!

Tickets are $25 per adult, children are $15, including a lunch buffet! Register at: umjc.org/events. (link in bio.)

Start planning your trip for our IN PERSON family fun day at Quassy Amusement and Waterpark, in Middlebury CT on August 15th. Escape the summer heat and go swimming in Lake Quassapaug, rent a paddle boat, take a lake excursion in a serene and peaceful setting. We can’t wait to see you there!

Tickets are $25 per adult, children are $15, including a lunch buffet! Register at: umjc.org/events. (link in bio.)

The Temple in the Torah and Today — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations 08/05/2021

The Temple in the Torah and Today — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations

“Israel will experience the Temple as a source of blessing for the nation and yet it’s also to be a source of spiritual hope for the foreigner. Thus, in his prayer of dedication, Shlomo declared that the Temple would be a place for the nations to turn to when they seek the Lord (1 Kings 8:41–43), a vision further foreseen in Isaiah’s prophecy of a future when the Temple will be “a house of prayer for all peoples” (Isa 56:7).”

-Ben Volman

The Temple in the Torah and Today — Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations As Israel stood listening to Moshe at the edge of the Promised Land, they were still a people whose greatest patriarchs had been nomads buried in a distant cave bought from strangers. So it’s unlikely they could have imagined a future temple of soaring dimensions to the God of Abraham, Isaac and J...

08/03/2021

Start planning your trip for our IN PERSON family fun day at Quassy Amusement and Waterpark, in Middlebury CT on August 15th. Escape the summer heat and go swimming in Lake Quassapaug, rent a paddle boat, take a lake excursion in a serene and peaceful setting. We can’t wait to see you there!

Tickets are $25 per adult, children are $15, including a lunch buffet! Register at: umjc.org/events.

Start planning your trip for our IN PERSON family fun day at Quassy Amusement and Waterpark, in Middlebury CT on August 15th. Escape the summer heat and go swimming in Lake Quassapaug, rent a paddle boat, take a lake excursion in a serene and peaceful setting. We can’t wait to see you there!

Tickets are $25 per adult, children are $15, including a lunch buffet! Register at: umjc.org/events.

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P.O. Box 27-3729
Boca Raton, FL
33427

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Founded in 1979, the Union of Messianic Jewish Congregations (UMJC) exists: • To further the establishment and growth of Messianic Jewish congregations worldwide. • To be a voice for Messianic Jewish congregations and Messianic Judaism worldwide. • To provide a forum for the discussion of issues relevant to Messianic Judaism and Messianic Jewish congregations. • To aid in the causes of our Jewish people worldwide, especially in Israel. • To support the training of Messianic leaders.
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