Beth Zion Messianic Synagogue


As a Messianic Jewish Synagogue we celebrate Messiah and the Judaism He represented, where the principles of Torah are observed from the heart and not merely from the head. Beth Zion provides a synagogue service where a Jewish person can grow and learn about the Messiah in an enviroment that is culturally familiar. Many of us who have read the New Covenant have fallen in love with Yeshua: His life, His words, His example. Yeshua lived a Jewish life, observed Shabbat and the Jewish holidays — so why shouldn't we? When we believe in Yeshua we don't have to trade in our lox & bagels for ham & cheese! Since we believe this is a Jewish faith for the whole world, we welcome everyone who seeks to better understand Messiah, and connect with the Jewish roots of their faith. Yeshua said, “My house shall be called a house of prayer for all people.” At Beth Zion, we are a synagogue with no second class citizens!

 

We are so glad you have taken an interest in our congregation and appreciate your time, prayers and feedback. If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to speak with us either in person, by email, snail-mail, or by phone. We eagerly look forward to getting to know you better.

Weekly Shabbat Services

Every Saturday at 10:45 a.m.
68 Bennetts Mills Rd., Jackson, NJ
Click here for directions

"Pot Luck" Oneg Luncheon follows Shabbat Services at the Beth Zion House. (First time visitor's not expected to bring a dish.)

Yeshiva Classes: Every Saturday at 9:30 a.m.

Shabbat School: Every Saturday during service

Thursday Night Connections Class: On High Holiday Break, will resume Oct. 19 - 7:00 p.m. at the Beth Zion House in Jackson, NJ. A Great time of prayer and interactive study of God's word.

Visit Our Online Store! bethzion.org/store For a great selection of custom printed T-Shirts & Tops!

Special Events

  • Saturday, October 28 - Marty Goetz & Misha Hoyt in concert.
  • Saturday, November 25 - Celebration of Thanksgiving & Praise! Incomparable expressions of Thanksgiving and Praise through worship, personal gratitude and our message. (Food Bank - bring your canned goods also on this day to show your gratitude through giving to those less fortunate.)
  • Saturday, December 16 - Hanukah Service, celebrate the Festival of Lights with renewing our own personal dedication. Special service for the adults and special Hanukah class for the children. Hanukah party following at the Beth Zion House.