For the Children
Neve Michael (Oasis of Michael), is not an institution. It is a residential home for children at risk – a warm and caring environment for over 300 children aged three to eighteen who cannot stay with their biological families. At Neve Michael, our children can grow, learn, and enjoy better, happier and healthier lives. You may donate online to Neve Michael here.
Beth Yeshua is proud to partner with the Forster Foundation in their Wheelchair and iPad missions and share all the costs of providing the wheelchairs and iPads to some of the largest agencies in Israel.
All chairs are fitted to meet the unique needs of each child, and are adjustable to meet their needs as they grow. Read more…
What We Do
Teach, teaching, and taught are the same word in the Greek language–didasko. Didasko is translated as to hold discourse with others in order to instruct them, to train them, and to instill doctrine into them. In other words to teach is to disciple.
The focus at Beth Yeshua International is to help people connect with God, hear His voice, and come to know Him. We are called not to just hear the Word, but to do the Word.
Until Further Notice
Beth Yeshua Macon - Re-Entry Plan ~ Phase III
We are now in Phase Three – The New Normal at BYI.
We are fully open with the exception of Signing up for Shabbat School and MiChamocha Guidelines. Please see the links to sign up for Shabbat School classes below.
We will send out regular emails with updates. So, sign up for emails if you havn’t already. You will find a link to the form to get onto the email list at the bottom of this webpage. The link is entitled: “JOIN OUR MAILING LIST“.
We are Celebrating Shavu'ot on May 23rd, 2021
The last of the Spring Feasts is Shavuot, which will soon be upon us. Shavu’ot, or literally “Weeks”, is also known as Pentecost.
Shavu’ot is the second of the three Pilgrimage Festivals of the Biblical calendar. Celebration of Shavu’ot occurs on the 50th day, or seven weeks, after the sheaf offering of the harvest celebrated during Passover week. The holiday is therefore also called Pentecost from the Greek pentēkostē (“50th”).
For more information see Leviticus 23:15-22, and Acts 2:1–31.
People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.