Messianic Temple Beth El 'S Birth

Romans 1:16

"For I am not ashamed of the Good News of Messiah, for it is the power of Elohim for deliverance to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek." 

 "I have never experienced real opposition to the Gospel from the Orthodox Jewish Community

before. I want to learn more about how to

witness to all Jewish people of all backgrounds."

"This was a wonderful time of powerful Praise and Worship in the park. The banners were majestic. I have never experienced such

praise and worship before in my life."

"This was a life changing experience for me. I am a different person. Now I am a bold witness for Yeshua."

"Thank you for encouraging me to witness to the Jewish people. I want to learn more about how to witness to them more effectively and to learn about Jewish history and culture. During the outreach the Holy Spirit broke my heart with such love towards Jewish people that I have never experienced before."

"I have a burden for the Russian Jews. I thank My Master for the opportunity to put my faith into action and to serve as a volunteer at the outreach. "Faith without works is dead."

"I have a burden for the Orthodox Jews. These outreaches were an excellent opportunity to show them the love of Messiah and to share the Scriptures with them."


Our history

Messianic Temple Beth El was birthed by Ruach HaKodesh as a result of the first Messianic Jewish outreaches in the summer of 1997 in Brooklyn, New York. Rabbi Hadassah Ryklin, together with the members of her Synagogue, stood in the gap with intercession and spiritual warfare to break the strongholds of hasatan over New York City. Rabbi Hadassah Ryklin sounded an alarm among the people of Elohim to stand with the Jewish people and Israel in these Last Days. She also proclaimed the Revival of Repentance to the Jew first and to the nations.