North Shore Messianic Fellowship is a place in the greater Boston area where both Jews and Gentiles can worship together, learn, explore, and discover the rich spiritual heritage found at the intersection of Judaism and Christianity. At this intersection we find Yeshua (Jesus), a first century Jewish man who fulfilled all the ancient prophecies contained within the Hebrew Bible pertaining to the Jewish Messiah! If you are a believer in Jesus, we invite you to join us for worship and Bible study to enrich your understanding of the Jewishness of your Christian faith.
If you do not as yet hold Jesus to be the Jewish Messiah - if you have questions, wish to engage in discussion, or seek to discover spiritual truth and a personal relationship with God, we invite you to explore the links below, which contain insightful resources and testimonies as you consider the possibility that Jesus may very well be the Messiah promised to the Jewish people. You are welcome to contact us with any questions, and to join us for any of our upcoming events.
Our storytellers will invite you into their lives and you will see through their eyes and experiences why they decided to become followers of Yeshua and the resulting profound impact this decision had on each of them as individuals. You will smile, laugh and at times be moved to tears by these compelling stories.
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Did you know that Shavuot is very much a New Testament holiday?
Did you know that Jewish people traditionally eat cheese cake and blintzes on this holiday?
Shavuot (the Feast of Weeks, also known as Pentecost) is an ancient Hebrew holiday celebrating the first major wheat harvest of the year. This holiday also commemorates the giving of the Law to Israel on Mt. Sinai on the first Shavuot following the Exodus from Egypt. It is no small coincidence that God chose this festival to inaugurate the New Covenant by pouring out his Ruach Kodesh (Holy Spirit) on Shavuot following the crucifixion and resurrection of Messiah.
Please join us this Friday, May 29 @ 7:30 PM for online worship and Bible study exploring this ancient holiday, with continued significance for us today.
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Please check back for information regarding our next online Shabbat worship and Bible study