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Benjamin Berger Sessions & Dromantine Conference

Benjamin Berger, Co-Pastor of “Kehilat ha’she al Har Zion” (The Congregation of the Lamb on Mt. Zion).  The congregation meets at Christ Church Jerusalem (completed in 1849), spoke in Ireland on number of topics and we have most of the recordings here for you to listen back to. Session 1 – Shabbat Celebration Session 2: Testimony & Questions Session 3: The Image of God Sesison 4: The Covenant With Abraham + Questions Session 6: Restoration Session 7: Questions & Conclusion
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Messianic Jews – Key to Christian Unity?

Toward Jerusalem Council II are pleased to host 4 public meetings on Messianic Jews – Key to Christian Unity? Guest Speaker: Benjamin Berger (Messianic Jewish Leader from Jerusalem) Benjamin is the son of Orthodox Jews who emigrated from Europe to New York after many family members were lost at Auschwitz. He left the practice of Orthodox Judaism, but after a period of searching came to know the God of his fathers, and to recognize Yeshua as the Messiah of Israel. Today he leads “Kehilat ha’she al Har Zion” (The Congregation of the Lamb on Mt. Zion) where Jews, Arabs and
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VIDEO: There’s something missing…

In May this year Rev. Tim Butlin went to Kiev to speak at a Toward Jerusalem Council II conference promoting reconciliation between Eastern and Western churches, a 1000 year old church split that underlies the cultural divisions at work in Ukraine and Russia today. The conference was hosted by the Kiev Messianic Jewish Synagogue and this brought to the conference an even more ancient church split – between Jew and Gentile in Christ. As Canon Andrew White, the Vicar of Bagdad, makes clear, true Christian reconciliation and unity will, in the end, have to include Jewish believers in Jesus into
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Screening of “There’s Something Missing…”

“At the heart of reconciliation is the need for all Christians to take seriously their relationship with the Jewish people.” Canon Andrew White in “Father, Forgive: Reflections on Peacemaking” p122) In May this year I went to Kiev to speak at a Toward Jerusalem Council II conference promoting reconciliation between Eastern and Western churches, a 1000 year old church split that underlies the cultural divisions at work in Ukraine and Russia today. The conference was hosted by the Kiev Messianic Jewish Synagogue and this brought to the conference an even more ancient church split – between Jew and Gentile in
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For Such a Time as This?

Who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this? (Esther 4:14) The leadership conference run by a local church in the centre of London might not appear to herald a season of opportunity for those whose heart-cry is for the TJCII vision. But Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB), in London’s fashionable area of Knightsbridge, is no ordinary local church. It is a multi-site church with 11 congregations worshipping on Sunday and a string of church-plants across the capital. It is also the birthplace of the Alpha Course, an introduction to Christianity running in
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