Tri-State's only Messianic Jewish synagogue fills a worship niche for about 200 faithful

10 February 2017 Written by  Kevin Eigelbach Feb. 10, 2017

LOVELAND, Ohio -- Suppose you’re a Jew by birth who becomes convinced that Jesus of Nazareth is the Messiah, the leader promised by God to save his people Israel. That makes you a Christian, doesn’t it?

Most Jews would say yes. But not the congregation of Beth Messiah in Loveland, the Tri-State’s only Messianic Jewish synagogue.

It’s made up of about 200 people, many of them former Jews who want to worship God the way their ancestors did.

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