2017-04-21 / Faith
Jews for Jesus program at church
Moorpark Presbyterian Church will host a presentation given by Jews for Jesus at 7 p.m. Sun., April 30 at the church, 3950 Peach Hill Road.
The program, titled “Multitudes: The Messiah and the Jewish People,” is an artistic presentation of the Gospel of Matthew, which is often referred to as the most Jewish portrayal of Yeshua, the Messiah.
“Multitudes” reflects on Jeshua’s care and compassion for all people, even those who reject him. The concept of “multitude” or “crowd” appears 27 times in the book of Matthew.
“Multitudes” is a visual expression of Jewish artist Steffi Geiser Rubin, who created original scenes as a vehicle for communicating the Jewishness of Matthew’s gospel. The scenes depict those who encountered the Messiah, Jesus Christ, during his time on earth.
Through a PowerPoint presentation by Annette Sofaer of Jews for Jesus, some of the original artwork will be discussed.
The event is free to the public. Refreshments will be served following the presentation.
Jews for Jesus is an international agency that proclaims that Jesus is the messiah of Israel and savior of the world. The organization was founded by the late Moishe Rosen.
For more information, call (805) 529-8422 or go online to MPCLife.org.