The Gospel of John
Come Discover the Messianic Jewish Context of Scripture.
Beth Sar Shalom is a community of Jewish and Gentile people who believe that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah, prophesied in the Hebrew Scriptures and revealed in the New Testament. Together we are discovering the Jewish context of the Bible and proclaiming that Yeshua is both the Jewish Messiah of Israel and Lord of all.
We serve a diverse congregation of Jewish and Gentile believers in the greater Dallas Texas area who desire to worship the Jewish Messiah and fellowship together within a more culturally Jewish context.
Whether Jewish or Gentile, we embrace one another’s heritage, calling and role in God’s redemptive program as equals through loving the one true living God with all our heart, soul, and strength. We worship, pray and teach through a messianic Jewish context.
We invite you to join us in finding peace through the Prince of Peace.
At Beth Sar Shalom we focus on worship, prayer, and teaching the ancient Scriptures through the Jewish context in which they were originally presented by Jewish prophets and apostles. Beyond our unique worship service, we provide a range of other services to you and your family.
Locations & Times
Beth Sar Shalom meets on the campus of Willow Bend Church, located at 5701 West Park Blvd., Plano, TX 75093. Join us for Saturday morning Messianic Bible Study, 9:15am – 10:15am, followed by our worship service, 10:30am – 12:15pm.
Explore current and archived teaching from our Audio Library featuring Steven Ger. Sharing truths from a Jewish perspective, both Steven impart knowledge in a way that is uniquely different than most. So take a minute to listen to the most recent sermon.
Steven Ger is the Jew and the following writings are his views. Click here to read a lively and engaging potpourri of social commentary, articles, linked postings, and an unvarnished opinion through the eyes and intellect of a self-proclaimed super jew..
Acts Facts Part 28
on September-22-2021 by bss77
Peter came to see Cornelius, though at the time, Jews did not associate with Gentiles. However, God was revealing that the barriers between Jews and Gentiles should and were about to come down. As Peter explained how Yeshua died and rose again, the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit) fell upon the Gentiles who were in the room, and they began to speak in tongues. These Gentiles had heard the good news about Yeshua and believed. God valued Gentile salvation so much He used visions, dreams, and tongues to show authenticate its reality. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FmQsPZTxWo&list=PLCI32CNrv0Uq1KRXtAJF_sl0bNW2zx-Na&index=29[/embed]
- 25-Mar, 2023
Shabbat Morning Service
Shabbat Morning Service Every Saturday: 10:30AM Join us for Our Shabbat..
- 9:00 am 14-Jan - 1-Apr, 2023
Essentials of the Faith
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