Five-Fold Ministry Within A Network of Messianic Jewish Congregations
Beit Hallel

At Beit Hallel Messianic Congregation we are a kehilah that:

  • Worship's God the Father, in the Name of Yeshua the Messiah and by the power of the Ruach ha Kodesh (Holy Spirit). As a Messianic community, we embrace a Torah lifestyle, and rabbinic tradition where it is consistent with Holy Scripture and the Covenants of Adonai.

At Beit Hallel Messianic Congregation we are committed to:

  • Creating authentic Jewish space and a biblical culture that embraces both Dual-Expression and the fulfillment of the One-New-Humanity, in Yeshua our Messiah. (Eph. 2:13-16)

At Beit Hallel Messianic Congregation we are a community of:

  • Messianic Jews and like-minded Gentile believers, committed to knowing Yeshua - and making Him known, to the Jew first and then to all nations.

At Beit Hallel Messianic Congregation we embrace a:

  • Spirit-lead lifestyle, and exist as a discipling Messianic Synagogue committed to five-fold ministry (Eph. 4:11) and are committed to the instruction of the Torah and the B'rit Hadashah, for the purpose of equipping all of God's people for Last-Days ministry.

At Beit Hallel Messianic Congregation we are called of God:

  • To the ministry of Reconciliation, Restoration and Renewal in Yeshua's name and to walk in Alignment to Adonai's end-time purposes.

Leader:
Address:
3801 W. US Hwy. 441 Ocala, FL. 34475
Telephone:
(352) 629-2107 ext. 237
E-mail:
Website:
Office Hours:
Tuesday-Thursday, 10:00am-5:00pm
Services:
Shabbat (Saturdays) 10:30am

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