Chevra provides humanitarian relief to Holocaust survivor and other needy Jews in Eastern Europe.
First Fruits of Zion
First Fruits of Zion (FFOZ) is a Messianic Jewish educational ministry dedicated to teaching the Torah and its way of life, fully centered on the Jewish Messiah, to all of God's people. FFOZ focuses on Bible study and education, specializing in presenting Scripture from its historical, linguistic, and cultural context.
The Flame Foundation develops resources for Messianic Jewish leaders, educators, and individuals
Through Heritage House Ministries, Rabbi Ira and Gloria Brawer bring spiritual healing to congregations, families, couples, and individuals.
Jerusalem Institute of Justice
Jerusalem Institute of Justice (JIJ) is dedicated to cultivating and defending rule of law, human rights, freedom of conscience, and democracy for all people in Israel and the Middle East. JIJ provides pro bono legal aid for Christian minorities in Israel, and advocates for victims of prostitution and human trafficking, Holocaust survivors and Lone Soldiers who have been abandoned by their ultra-Orthodox families for choosing to serve in the IDF.
Messianic Jewish Rabbinical Council
MJRC is a group of ordained Messianic Jewish Rabbis and associated leaders who share a common vision for Messianic Judaism rooted in Torah, instructed by Tradition, and faithful to Messiah Yeshua in the twenty-first century.
Messianic Jewish Theological Institute
MJTI offers online education at the graduate level, training Messianic Jewish rabbis, leaders, and laity.
Netzer David International Yeshiva
Netzer David offers a certificate program as well as several fully licensed degrees (B.A., M.A., M.R.S. [Master of Rabbinic Studies], and D. Min [Doctor of Ministry]).
The King's University
The King’s University Messianic Jewish Studies (MJS) program trains rabbis and teachers in the Messianic community. The program also trains Christian leaders who are called to be bridges between the Church and the Jewish people.
Toward Jerusalem Council II
Toward Jerusalem Council II is an initiative of repentance and reconciliation between the Jewish and Gentile segments of the Church. The vision is that one day there will be a second Council of Jerusalem that will be, in an important respect, the inverse of the first Council described in Acts 15.