The Charles Feinberg Messianic Center in Brooklyn was dedicated in September 2013. It is located in the heart of Brooklyn’s one-million-strong Jewish population, which contains Jewish people of many different religious and ethnic backgrounds. Outreach activities include a Messianic Shabbat fellowship, prayer and Bible study meetings in English and Russian, English as a Second Language classes, and cultural events that invite people to become involved in the life of the Center.
Brian and Liz Crawford met in college in their native California. Although neither one is Jewish by heritage, they grew in their passion for Jewish evangelism after traveling to Israel with their church in 2005. After returning, they became heavily involved in their college’s Jewish club…read more
Rich F. was raised in a Jewish family in Newton, Massachusetts. In college, a young man shared the Good News about Jesus with him and challenged him to read the Hebrew prophets. After reading Isaiah 53, Rich realized that Jesus was Israel’s promised Messiah…read more
Dr. Gregory Hagg and his wife, Linda, have been sharing their faith with Jewish people for over 35 years. After completing his seminary work at Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M.) and additional graduate work in Hebrew and Judaic studies at New York University (M.A. and Ph.D.)…read more
Joseph was raised in a secular home in Norwalk, California. On Christmas Day in 2003, at the age of 26, Joseph heard and responded to the gospel through the witness of a homeless man at a shelter in Pasadena, California…read more
Robert and Joanna Walter are missionaries to the Jewish people serving with Chosen People Ministries in Brooklyn, NY. While neither one of them is Jewish, God laid a heavy burden on their hearts to share Jesus with His chosen people…read more
Klaudia Zhelezny is an immigrant from Kiev, Ukraine. She grew up as an atheist yet realized that the Soviet government was morally and spiritually bankrupt. When her son turned 18, Klaudia and her family decided to move to America, but the law obliged all young men of 18 to go into the Army…read more