Holy Days/Feast Services
Liturgical Worship Prayers
Who We Are
What We Believe
Biblical Counseling
How To Find Us
Shabbat School
Photo Galleries
Download Teachings
Messianic Cemetery
Messianic Links
Contact Us
On Holy Ground
Prayer Request
1555 Linwood Street
Bethlehem, PA 18017

Weekly Services

Erev Shabbat

Erev shabbat services are held on the 4th Friday of every month.
7:30 pm
Pre-Prayer at 6:55 pm


10:30 am
Pre-Prayer at 9:55 am

Weekly Parsha

Vayishlach (He sent) 32:4(3) –36:43

Haftorah/judges & prophets:
Hoshea (Hosea) 11:7–12:12(11)

Brit Chadasah/renewed covenant:
1 Corinthians 5:1–13;
Revelation 7:1–12
Beth El GiborBeth El Gibor

Welcome to Beth El Gibor

We are Jews and Gentiles worshiping together in a rich Jewish heritage. We worship the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and the Promised Jewish Messiah--Yeshua Ha-machiach.

All are welcome at Beth El Gibor. Join us in celebrating life, experience the Messiah in His appointed times... Passover, Shavuot, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot and more.

Are you a blended family?
Have questions? Ask the Rabbi!

We specialize in unity in the Messiah!

Little Blue Book of Messianic Judaism

The Little Blue Book of Messianic Judaism –

Answers to your Questions

Available at the synagogue, this little book is an excellent tool to share your walk with Messiah to your Jewish and Gentile friends and family.
Packed with scripture, Rabbi Mark’s text supports our vision and our walk.
Free of charge.

Congratulations to Rabbi Mark Shulman

Rabbi Mark ShulmanRabbi Mark Shulman, of Congregation Beth El Gibor in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has recently qualified and been appointed a Chaplain to the USAF Auxiliary-Civil Air Patrol with the rank of 1st Lieutenant.
Rabbi Shulman states "This would not have been possible without the support of the IAMCS and UMJC. This was a partnership of both organizations that I am grateful for and appreciative of. All too often we hear of the differences between Messianic Jewish organizations, but my endorsement to attain this appointment could only work with the close relationship of the executives of both organizations. In particular I thank Rabbi Joel Liberman Director of Operations for the IAMCS and Rabbi Barney Kasdan Chairman of their Credential Committee for the UMJC. In order to be appointed to the position of Chaplain in the USAF Auxiliary, one has to be able to pass muster in education, experience and endorsed by a religious group approved by the Department of Defense and the USAF. My education and experience come with the IAMCS and my endorsement is by the UMJC (the UMJC currently is the only Messianic Jewish organization that has Department of Defense approval), without both, my appointment does not become reality."