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Messiah 2022 Conference Audio Files
It’s time to be together…face to face! Join us this summer at Messiah University for a transformative week of Worship & Praise, Fellowship, Teaching, and activities for all ages.
Worship & Praise Empowered by the Spirit
Fellowship of Messianic Artists from Israel
Marty Goetz & Misha
Teaching Transformed by the Word
Something for Everyone
Strengthening Faith & Cultivating Community
Join us in 2022 as we kindle new passion for the Messiah! A newly expanded program for Messianic believers ages 25-40. Experience enriching teachings, uplifting worship, leadership training and specially designed events for individuals, couples and young families.
Don't miss it!
Teens & Adults
The YMJA has been serving young people ages 13–30 since 1967, equipping them to walk with the Lord, and designed to challenge teens and young adults to passionately follow Yeshua. This is an opportunity to make new friends, reconnect with old friends and to establish relationships that last throughout the years. YMJA programming includes a full schedule of classes and activities for both teens and young adults age 13-30. Conference attendees ages 13-30 are all encouraged to register, while participation…..is required.
YMJA membership and program fees apply for ages 13-24.
For more detailed information, go to ymja.org
Children's Programming Ages 1-12
Nursery (age 1-4)
Morning & Evening Babysitting provided at no extra charge. (Monday-Saturday)
Morning Programming & Evening Activities Monday through Friday
PreTeens (ages 10-12)
Monday-Friday mornings with special evening programming Mon-Wed-Fri.
For information regarding minors attending without a parent or legal guardian, Go to mjaa.org/messiah2022. For MJAA policies and all necessary forms, Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-338-0482.
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, 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 email@example.com for more information and vendor application. Each approved vendor will receive a unique link to register for conference and request tables for the marketplace. Do not register for conference prior to vendor approval.
Complimentary Shuttle Service
On Sunday, July 3rd and Sunday, July 10th Only.
Between Harrisburg International Airport and Messiah University
Shuttle service is provided on the hour Sunday, July 3rd from 10:00 am until 9:00 pm, and on Sunday, July 10th from 6:00 am until 10:00am on the hour.
Contact Premiere Limousine 717.616.8995 for more information or if you need to make your own special arrangements.
Two college level courses offered Monday–Thursday afternoons for credit, audit or to begin the certificate in Messianic Jewish Studies. For Yeshiva registration and fees and detailed course descriptions go to https://yeshiva.iamcs.org/messiah
Genesis to Revelation: A Walk Through the Jewish Bible
The Bible is Israel’s family diary. This survey explores the window the Old(er) Testament gives into the rise, demise and re-emergence of the Jewish nation. It explores, as well how the New(er) Testament tells of the life and teachings of Israel’s Messiah, and how a revived rabbi (Paul) took His message to its meaning beyond Israel’s borders.
The Torah: An Overview of the Five Books of Moses
The course (re)explains the Five Books of Moses. Students will explore the distinguishing characteristics of each book, how the collection served Israel’s purpose in antiquity and how individuals can derive benefit from it today.
Dr. Jeffrey Seif
Along with his wife Barri, Jeff was born and raised in the Jewish culture and tradition. Jeff came to faith in Yeshua (Jesus), surrendered to a call to the ministry and took theological studies at Southern Methodist University where he earned a master's degree and doctorate in theology and ministry. He took a master’s degree at Cambridge University and has a leadership certificate from Harvard University.
Dr Seif has served over thirty years as a professor. He retired as University Distinguished Professor of Bible and Jewish Studies - The Kings University / Houston. He presently is an adjunct professor at Christ for the Nations Institute. Jeff appears on television weekly on Daystar Television Network, Mon and Weds PM, in a program called “Our Jewish Roots”—formerly “Zola Levitt Presents”. He pastors Sar Shalom congregation, an IAMCS-affiliated community
To register and pay for these courses, please contact the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS) at: https://yeshiva.iamcs.org/messiah.
For more information contact the IAMCS at yeshiva@IAMCS.org
What you need to know...
Messiah University Campus
Sunday, July 3rd
Monday-Friday, July 4-8
1:30PM - 4:00PM , 9:00PM-10:00PM
Saturday, July 9
8:00AM- 9:00AM, 1:30PM-3:00PM
Sunday, July 10
KEY/ACCESS CARD RETURN 6:00 am – 10:00 am
Online registration closes June 16th.
Registration re-opens onsite at Messiah University, Sunday, July 3rd.
One- and two-bedroom apartments may be requested. Availability is limited. There is an additional charge of $250 for a one-bedroom and $350 for a two-bedroom. One-bedroom apartments accommodate up to two people. Two-bedroom apartments accommodate four people. Air-mattresses may be used to make room for extra guests, although not provided by the college. A request for an apartment does not guarantee an apartment. 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. Check-in time begins 9:00 am Sunday, July 3rd. Checkout time is Sunday, July 10 at 10:00 am.
Off Campus Hotels
Meals begin at dinner Sunday, July 3. The last meal served is dinner Saturday, July 9. The Falcon Snack Bar is open Sunday July 3 through Sunday morning, July 10 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. Select your preferred time during the registration process.
For registration, housing, meals and other inquiries, contact the MJAA at 610-338-0482 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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