Welcome

What Will You Find Here?

Beth Yeshua International’s home mission congregation, Beth Yeshua Macon, ties you to your roots. Together we share the common identity as the People of God. If you are Jewish, our joyous worship will stir your soul. If you are Christian, our synagogue gives you a chance to explore your Jewish roots.

You will see that we are Jew and Gentile, black and white, Asian and Hispanic, young and old – a cross-section of what The Book of Revelation calls every nation, tribe, people, and language (Revelation 7:9). You will see real unity, and in that unity you will be blessed, for there is everlasting life in it (Psalm 133).

There are two expressions I know you will find here. One, the Spirit of love and two, the truth of God’s word (John 4:23).

You will see us raise our hands (Psalm 63:4, Psalm 134:2); you will see us dance (Psalm 149:3, Psalm 150:4); you will see us clap our hands (Psalm 47:1); and you will see us play instruments (Psalm 150:3-5). Most importantly you will see unbounded happiness because in His presence is the fullness of joy (Psalm 16:11).

There is much we would like to share with you, so please join us as we seek the Lord together. Come as you are, knowing that my prayer for you is that you will never leave the same.

May Raw-Kham (Mercy), Ahava (Love), and Shalom (Peace) be yours in full measure (Jude 1:2).

Sincerely, Rabbi Greg Hershberg

Who has gone up to heaven and come down? Who has cupped the wind in the palms of his hands? Who has wrapped up the waters in his cloak? Who established all the ends of the earth? What is his name, and what is his son’s name? Surely you know! Proverbs 30:4

Prayer Wall Macon Officially Open

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41NBC / WMGT - Beth Yeshua International completes prayer wall for Macon (7.11.14)

Prayer Wall Macon officially opened on July 12, 2014. Everyone is welcome to come pray, and leave your requests in the prayer box at the Wall.

Rabbi Hershberg states, "I know that walls don't necessarily have the presence of God, but we're hoping that God hears and is attentive to the prayers here...There's three times it says in the scripture in Luke where Yeshua went away to the wilderness to pray, because you want to avoid distraction, and there's no distractions here." Read more