Celebrating over 100 years of Jewish Revival
Messiah 2019 is the premier Messianic Jewish conference uniting Jewish and non-Jewish believers in Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus the Messiah.
Worship and fellowship with others from across the USA, Israel and abroad. A full week of day and evening programs offers classes and sessions that are designed to appeal to all groups, including mature believers, families, singles, millennials, teens and children. Experience over 100 classes and sessions of unforgettable teaching by speakers from around the world.
Truly you will find that there is something for everyone, including a new state-of-the-art Fitness Center and access to thenew swimming pool area.
Enjoy worship and praise with the bluegrass and country harmonies of The Isaacs, a Dove award-winning family group from Tennessee, Joshua Aaron, Marty Goetz and Misha, Paul Wilbur, Beckah Shae and, for the first time at Messiah conference, the Israeli musical duo of Shaul and Julia Ben Har.
Here are some of the exceptional Speakers you will hear at Messiah 2019!
Messiah College: Campus & Accomodations
Located in south-central Pennsylvania,the college is nestled on 471 lush scenic acres with the picturesque Yellow Breeches Creek running through the campus. There are hiking and fitness trails, tennis courts, indoor and outdoor basketball courts. Plus, the renovated swimming pool area is open at no additional fee in the afternoons. The Falcon Fitness Center is an impressive 14,374 square feet filled with state-of-the art cardiovascular, strength, and group exercise equipment. A one-time fee ($20)allows access to the Falcon Fitness Center for ages 18+ only (Registration Form).
Standard housing is a double dorm room with roommate, with two bathrooms per floor. You may request a roommate. Private rooms are available for an additional charge of $20 per night.
One- and two-bedroom apartments may be requested. Availability is limited. There is an additional charge of $225 for a one-bedroomand $325 for a two-bedroom. One-bedroom apartments accommodate up to three people. Two-bedroom apartments accommodate up to five. A request for an apartment does not guarantee receipt. Notification will be sent approximately two weeks before start of conference. All dorms and apartments are air-conditioned, but only dorms are equipped with elevators.
All dorm floors have a kitchen with refrigerator and stove as well as handicapped accessible bathroom facilities. Towels, blankets and bed linens are provided. Checkout time is Sunday, July 7 at 10:00 am.
OFF CAMPUS HOUSING
For those staying off campus during Messiah ’19, please check out the great rates at these local hotels! They are within a 5-10 minute drive from the college campus..
4950 Ritter Road
Phone: (717) 691-1300
A Marriott Property
4915 Ritter Road
Phone: (717) 691-1400
A Hilton Property
5001 Ritter Road
Phone: (717) 697-4900
1150 Camp Hill Bypass
Camp Hill, PA 17011
$87.00 + tax
The dining hall offers unlimited kosher-style dining with an extensive menu to accommodate both gluten-free and vegetarian diets. Meals begin at dinner Sunday, June 30. The last meal served is dinner Saturday, July 6. The Falcon Snack Bar is open Sunday June 30 through Sunday morning, July 7 for any meals not covered through the conference meal plan. Shabbat (Friday pm) dinner will be served in two separate seatings: 4:15–5:15 pm or 5:30–6:30 pm.
For registration, housing, meals and other inquiries,contact the MJAA at 610-338-0482 or send an email to email@example.com.
Programs and Activities for Every Age
CHILDREN’S PROGRAMMING—AGES 1–12
Nursery 1–4 Children 5–9 PreTeens 10–12
The Children’s Program is open to children ages 1–12 who are registered for the conference. There is no nursery program for children under age 1. A one-time activity fee of $10 per child applies for each age group. NURSERY begins at age 1. A safe, clean environment with low staff-to-child ratio is provided, featuring special activities for three- and four- year-olds. Morning and evening babysitting is offered at no extra charge. CHILDREN’S PROGRAM: Monday–Friday 8:45 am–12:00 pm and Sunday–Saturday 7:30–9:30 pm. PRETEENS receive age-specific teaching along with times of worship and prayer to encourage and challenge them in their walk with the Lord. Preteens meet Monday– Friday morning with special evening programming Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
YOUNG MESSIANIC JEWISH ALLIANCE
Teens 13–17 Young Adults 18–30
The YMJA has been serving young people ages 13–30 since 1967, equipping them to walk with the Lord, and helping them find their calling as the next generation of Messianic leaders. Meet new friends, reconnect with old friends, learn, grow, worship, and have fun! YMJA programming includes classes and activities geared toward teens and young adults. Conference attendees ages 13–30 are all encouraged to register, while participation is required for ages 13-23. YMJA membership and program fees apply for ages 13–23. For more information, please visit ymja.org.
THE BRIDGE—JUST FOR MILLENNIALS
An MJAA/YMJA sponsored series of events and classes especially geared toward those adults generally between the ages of 25–39. For singles and married, experience times of friendship, support and encouragement.
Additional Info for Youth & Children Attendees:
- YMJA Program Fee of $40 is required for 13-23 year olds, optional for ages 24-30 but must be paid in order to participate in the YMJA program (For YMJA 2019 members, email firstname.lastname@example.org for membership password)
- Babysitting for ages 1-4, for registered attendees is provided free of charge
- An activity fee of $10 per child applies for each child ages 1-12
- Photo ID Required to check in onsite
- A minor, under age 18, cannot be registered, or attend, without an adult guardian.
ONLINE REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 1, 2019. REGISTER BY MAY 31 TO RECEIVE THE EARLY DISCOUNT!
Onsite registration on Sunday is located in Jordan Science Center .
Sunday, June 30, 8AM – 10PM
After Sunday, onsite Registration is located in the Sollenberger Sports Center Room 125.
Mon-Friday, July 1-5, 9:30AM, 12-5PM, 9-10PM
Saturday, July 6, 8-9:30AM, 12-5PM
If you are pre-registered and paid in full, and arrive after registration closes at night (10PM), go to the Dispatch desk in Eisenhower building for your keys, meal card and room assignment. Photo ID will be required.
A complimentary shuttle from Harrisburg Airport to the college is available on Sunday, June 30, and leaves on the hour from 10 AM to 9 PM. Go to the information booth in baggage claim area. Look for Premiere Limousine 717.616.8995. Uber or a taxi can also bring you to the college.
The evening service begins at 7PM, and is open to the public free of charge. Photo ID is required, and bags will be checked. Or watch the evening program on Live Streaming at mjaa.org, beginning at 6:45PM.
Culture and Education to Lift Both Mind and Soul
Learn to praise and worship through dance! Messianic dance instruction is unique to MJAA conferences and is scheduled every afternoon for all levels of experience. These classes are taught by the most capable teachers in the Messianic movement. There is opportunity to worship in dance during every evening service, as well as the Saturday Torah service.
CULTURAL CENTER & MARKETPLACE
The Cultural Center & Marketplace is home to vendors and ministries from the US, Israel and around the world, featuring Messianic music and videos from an array of performing artists, Judaica, such as shofars, mezuzahs, yarmulkas and other traditional items, jewelry and artisan pieces, books, literature and apparel. The Afternoon Concert Series showcases new artists along with special concerts from Marty Goetz and other favorites. Meet authors of popular books at the Multi-Author Book Signing during the week. The Marketplace is open afternoons and after each evening service. Contact mjaacultural@gmail. com for more information and vendor applications. Previous vendors will be automatically contacted.
Singers and Musicians: If you would like to be considered for the Afternoon Concert Series in the Cultural Center, please
contact email@example.com for more information.
International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS)
Two college level courses offered Monday–Thursday afternoons for credit, audit or to begin the certificate in Messianic Jewish Studies.
Information and registration for the Yeshiva: www.iamcs.org..
DR. MICHAEL RYDELNIK
Dr. Michael Rydelnik, the son of Holocaust survivors, became a follower of Yeshua as a freshman in High School. He is Professor of Jewish Studies and Bible at Moody Bible Institute and the author of Understanding the Arab-Israeli Conflict (Moody Publishers, 2007) and The Messianic Hope: Is the Hebrew Bible Really Messianic? (B&H, 2010). He is the Co-General Editor of and a contributor to the Moody Bible Commentary(2014) and the forthcoming Moody Handbook of Messianic Prophecy. Michael has been the messianic Rabbi of four separate messianic congregations and served in messianic ministry for over 40 years.Course 1: Monday & Tuesday
The Arab-Israeli Conflict
It seems like the conflict that never ends! To grasp the meaning and significance of the perpetual turmoil, it is necessary to study this conflict from both a political and historical perspective but also with biblical and prophetic insights. This Yeshiva will do so and also interact with the different arguments and issues current in the news and in popular culture.
Information and registration: http://www.iamcs.org
DR. J. BRIAN TUCKER
Dr. J. Brian Tucker is Professor of New Testament at Moody Theological Seminar in Plymouth, MI, an External Affiliate at St. Mary’s Twickenham, London, and an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, UK. He is the author of You Belong to Christ (2010), Remain in Your Calling (2011), Reading 1 Corinthians (2017), and Reading Romans after Supersessionism (2018). He is also the coauthor of All Together Different (2018) and coeditor of Reading Paul in Context (2010) and the T & T Clark Handbook to Social Identity in the New Testament (2014).
Course #2: Wednesday & Thursday
Reading Romans after Supersessionism
This course explains from the Letter to the Romans the way Paul thought Jewish covenantal identity continues now that the messianic era had begun. It offers alternative readings to the key interpretive points that lead to supersessionist understandings of Paul’s most important letter. It also addresses Paul’s Israel-centric thinking, the relevance of Abraham for Jews and non-Jews, the continuing role of Torah within the Messianic movement, and his teaching on the social and missional implications of the good news.
COMPLIMENTARY SHUTTLE SERVICE
Is available on-the-hour between Harrisburg International Airport and Messiah College only on Sunday, June 30 (10:00 am-9:00pm) and July 7 (6:00 am – 10:00 am). The shuttle driver will be waiting at the Information Booth in the Baggage Claim Area with a sign “ MJAA – Messiah 2019”. If you can’t locate the driver, please call Premier Limousine at 717-616-8995. Shuttle drop off is at the Jordan Science Center (Registration) on campus. For other transportation arrangements and rates, contact Premier Limousine Service at phone717-616-8995 (24 hour service), or go to www.premiere1limousine.com
For questions or more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-338-0482
Register by May 31
& receive a $50.00 discount!
with each registration (+18)