Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).

Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).

Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).

Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).

Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).

Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).

Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).

Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).

Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).

Historic Twin Cities Synagogue Purchase

For many congregations in the Messianic Jewish community, owning property remains elusive. Many congregations, although well established, continue to meet in community centers or homes, rented office buildings and churches. Let’s face it; affordable property is hard to come by.

While property owning demonstrates permanency and stability, this has not deterred the Messianic Jewish movement at large from growth and community building. For one congregation, however, fulfilling that long awaited goal has far exceeded expectations.

Kehilat Sar Shalom (Congregation Prince of Peace) was founded 25 years ago in Saint Paul, Minnesota and is affiliated with the IAMCS (International Alliance of Messianic Congregations & Synagogues).
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