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Rosh Kehila (Head of the Congregation)
Josh remembers the very beginnings of Beth Yeshua! He even remembers setting up chairs in Julia's living room in 1992 when B.Y. was just a fellowship of Jews in love with Messiah! Just as Beth Yeshua has grown over time, so has Josh.
In 2011 he was installed as the Congregational Leader by a unanimous vote, stepping into the role left empty by the death of his father.
Noel was first attracted to Beth Yeshua as a place where Jews and Gentiles could come together in a Jewish context of worship--where he could live out his faith and express his love of Jesus as a Jewish believer and enjoy the celebration of the Biblical Festivals.
Noel has been a member since 2001, and in 2008 accepted the call to be an elder. Assured the call was from God as he had not sought it out, he determined to follow the Lord in obedience to this place of service. He views his responsibilities in the role of elder as watching over the spiritual health of the congregation and establishing personal relationships to see that needs are being met.
Steven has been a member of Beth Yeshua since 1998, and was installed as an Elder in 2011. He is the leader of our Men's Ministry and makes a mean cup of coffee - just ask Madelyn!
Steven believes that without vision we die, "It's my job to provide, clarify, and support the vision of this ministry. I want to watch over the Lord's flock and support the spiritual health of this body."
Bruce first came to Beth Yeshua in 2009 and was installed as Elder in 2011. He has a deep love for the fellowship of Beth Yeshua, "The worship at Beth Yeshua connects my Jewish upbringing and faith with the truth of Yeshua - the Jewish Messiah."
Bruce was raised in a Jewish home and has been active in numerous Christian churches and ministries over the past 20 years. He has worked with youth, led witnessing teams overseas, and been part of music and drama ministries!
Maintaining a Jewish heart and life is very important to Bruce - and he desires to serve others and help them connect with others so that the real needs of our community can be met.