23-25 May 2019, Kaunas, Lithuania

Every few years TJCII Europe organizes local consultations inviting church leaders and all interested in TJCII in particular region. The aim is to give a good foundation for TJCII grow in the area. But also to create the opportunity for building connections between leaders who understand the place of Israel and unity of the Church in the contexst of One New Man perspective. Last time it took place in 2014 in Kiev, Ukraine. This year May 23-25, there is Eastern Europe Consultation in Kaunas, Lithuania.

There are international speakers invited including: deacon KR Mag. Johannes Fichtenbauer (Archdeacon of Vienna, TJCII Europe president and ILC member), Rabbi Marty Waldman (Baruch HaShem Messianic Synagogue in Dallas; founder of TJCII vision), fr. prof. Etienne Vetö (French-American, Professor of Theology at the Gregorian Pontifical University in Rome), Rabbi Andrey Vdov (MJ congregation in St. Petersburg), dr. Richard Harvey (Messianic Jewish Theologian and member of Catholic-Messianic Jewish dialogue), Rev’d Timothy Butlin (Vicar Anglican Church, Loudwater and UK Director TJCII ), Rabbi Andrey Lugovskyi (Elder of MJ congregation KEMO Kiev).

The program includes 10 teaching sessions, prayer and worship time, shabbat celebration, pannel discussion and meeting of national teams. And of course time of fellowship and sharing with people who try to understand what God is doing in our times and what does He says to the Body of Christ.

Consultation will be in English with translation into 5 languages (Lithuanian, Latvian, Russian, Ukrainian and Polish). Registration must be done here: https://bit.ly/2HJMn6k

All practical aspects (including detailed program, address, accomodation, food you can find attached below:

If you feel interested but need some encouragement please read our bulettin issued after consulatations in Kiev.

or watch video:

Video “There is something missing” made during last TJCII Consultation in Kiev in 2014,
hosted by Messianic Jewish Congregation in Kiev.

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