International recording artist and worship leader Paul Wilbur will be giving a concert at Beth Shiloh Messianic Synagogue in Asheville, North Carolina this Shabbat, February 27, at 7:00 pm. The concert will be free to the public, and there will even be carpooling available.
Paul has been a staple in the Messianic worship community for decades, and he is always striving for the heart of God. Albums such as Shalom Jerusalem! and Jerusalem Arise! have been played in Messianic congregations and homes all throughout the Movement. God has used Paul’s ministry in a mighty way, and He continues to use him!
This will be a special time to gather together and worship the Lord in unity. “The heart of worship is communication,” Paul says, “from our hearts to God.” Beth Shiloh invites anyone who is able to attend to be part of this communing of hearts to our one true Messiah this Saturday evening. A love offering will be received to bless Paul.
For further information on the concert, visit Beth Shiloh’s event page. If you would like to learn a little bit more about Paul, visit his website.
Everyone is welcome to join B’nai Avraham for their Shabbat Service at 10 am, followed by food and fellowship from 12:30-2:00 pm. Bring a covered dish to share with family and friends!
If you are musically inclined, then the day is not over for you! For only $20 per person, you can join Greg Silverman in his Music Ministries Workshop from 2:30-4:30. There is much more than just singing or playing an instrument when it comes to worship leading, and Greg is more than qualified to give these practical tips to any who are willing to learn.
To close this exciting Shabbat day, Greg will give a free concert from 7-9 pm! With a word from the Lord, fellowship, a workshop and the opportunity to bask in His presence, who would want to miss this event? All are invited to attend!
All of the events will take place at B’nai Avraham’s meeting place: Hampton Roads Baptist Church (347 Hampton Roads Ave., Hampton, Virginia 23661).
Feb. 20, 2016
John writes that the Messiah says, “Behold, I am coming soon...” (Rev. 22:12). With the busyness of everyday life, it is easy to overlook this amazing reality that one day, we will meet Yeshua face to face. “Hu Yavo” (“He Will Come”), Joshua Aaron’s latest album, puts His Second Coming in the spotlight. One day, He will come and reign from His Holy Hill in Jerusalem and establish His kingdom forever!
Aaron, by no means, is a stranger to the Messianic music scene. With three other albums released (a fourth in the works!) and over 7 million YouTube views of his music videos, he and his family now reside near the Sea of Galilee. He is also a gifted Integrity Music songwriter. Concerning “Hu Yavo”, he says, “Every song has its own place it came from. When I heard that phrase, ‘Hu Yavo’, something so special stood out.” Not only is the writing excellent, but also a wide variety of sounds and instruments are featured on the record. He says “I had an honest desire to combine traditional sounds from my Ashkenazi roots with contemporary instruments.” Listeners will enjoy hearing the older sounds of the violin, mandolin, and banjo along with driving guitar rhythms, deep synths, and even a ukulele!
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The conference will informally kick off with a power-packed yeshiva course taught by Dr. Michael Rydelnik. Dr. Rydelnik has been professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute since 1994. He also serves on adjunct faculty at Dallas Theological Seminary, Talbot School of Theology and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, as well as having authored several books.
SW Yeshua ’16 officially kicks off tonight at 7:00pm with an Erev Shabbat service, a powerful time of worship with the Yeshua ’16 Worship Band and guest speaker Rabbi David Chernoff. Rabbi Chernoff is the rabbi of Congregation Beth Yeshua in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He also serves as the secretary of the MJAA and the chairman of the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS).
Saturday morning will bring an action-packed community Torah service with the SW regional rabbis, Yeshua ’16 Worship Band and Rabbi Larry Feldman as the main speaker. Rabbi Feldman is the rabbi of Shuvah Yisrael in Irvine, California, he also serves as the president of the MJAA, SW director of the IAMCS and Southwest Regional conference chairman.
Saturday afternoon will be full of awesome times of encouragement and Messianic Jewish teaching. A Shabbat fellowship luncheon will be served with the guest speaker Rabbi Jonathan Bernis who is the President, CEO and host of Jewish Voice Ministries International and director of Hear O’ Israel! Festivals of Jewish Music and Dance throughout Eastern Europe, India and South America.
Saturday will round out with an evening celebration with the Yeshua ’16 Worship Band and guest speaker Dr. Michael Rydelnik.
Throughout the day on Sunday there will be a number of awesome opportunities to learn and worship. There will be break out session classes with Messianic rabbis from all over the southwest region. There will also be special worship sessions with Messianic worship artists Deborah Kline-Iantorno and Joel Chernoff (co-founder of the Messianic recording group Lamb and General Secretary and CEO of the MJAA). There will also be a unique opportunity for a leadership luncheon Sunday with the guest speaker Rabbi David Chernoff.
The conference will close out with an spectacular service on Sunday night. There will be a concert with international renown Messianic recording artist Paul Wilbur. The main speaker for Sunday night will be Rabbi David Chernoff.
The weekend also offers a little something for everyone. The Young Messianic Jewish Alliance (YMJA) will have their own activities, services and teachings within Southwest Yeshua ’16. There will be a special opportunity for young adults to gather together for The Bridge, with a session called “Dialogue with Visionaries.” There will also be classes throughout the weekend in the specialized Children’s Program.
Kol Mashiach Messianic Synagogue in Melbourne, Florida will welcome Kyra Goldman for a special concert on Saturday, February 13 at 10:00 AM. It will be a casual dress Shabbat, which will certainly fit with Kyra’s soulful music. Following the service, there will be a Valentine’s Kiddush! Everyone is encouraged to bring a special dish that they love to enjoy.
With heartfelt music from Kyra, fellowship with other believers, a word from the Lord and food to enjoy, you won’t want to miss this special Shabbat day at Kol Mashiach!
This evening of soulful messianic worship will take place on February 6, 2016, at the Southwest Church of the Nazarene, where Adat HaTikvah Congregation meets.
Deborah and her husband, Vince have uniquely combined their gifts to write and record a strong mix of praise, dance and prayer music. The duo travel internationally to bring the Good News of Messiah, using their ministry and music to bring people into a joyful time of praise and worship. Their ministry is “Shir Chadash” which means A New Song.
With their rousing and inspirational talent this event is sure to be one that you won’t want to miss. Deborah has been recommended as an “outstanding new artist” by well known Messianic worship leaders such as Marty Goetz and Ted Pearce. She has a God-given talent to usher people into praise and worship to their King. When asked about her passion for singing, Deborah said, “I have sang since I was a little girl. My father had a beautiful voice and even was offered a scholarship to Julliard. He comes from a long line of Jewish Cantors, so I guess I was just born with it.”
To learn more about Deborah Kline-Iantorno or to hear music from Shir Chadash, visit www.debklinemusic.com. For information on their upcoming appearance, visit www.adat.org.
Ted is a praise and worship staple in the Messianic Community, providing hits like “Walk in the Light,” “Zealous Over Zion” and “Congregation of the Righteous.” He has a unique sound that blends his easy-going Southern style with Klezmer and even Mizrachi music. Congregations all over the world are blessed by his music, and he is faithful to travel to as many as he can.
To learn more about Ted’s music (such as his “Cultural Xchange Series”) or for more general information, visit tedpearce.com .