Gateway Jewish Ministry strives to educate, encourage, and reach out.

To educate the Gentile church on her Jewish roots, Gateway offers a wide array of Equip classes held at different campuses throughout the year that cover a multitude of Jewish topics. We also hold a Shabbat Service once a month at our Southlake Campus. If you represent a church located in the United States and desire to start a Jewish Ministry, we have resources available to you wherever you are in this process.

We care deeply about building relationships with the Jewish and Messianic communities in Israel and around the world. We seek to encourage these communities any way we can—especially by cultivating lasting friendships with other churches, congregations, synagogues, and ministries around the world. If you have a love for Israel, the Jewish and Arab people, or for the Messianic community, we would love to meet and get to know you!

Reach Out
Gateway Church recognizes that Jewish outreach is a sensitive subject because of forced conversions, abuse of power, and anti-Semitism in some of the Church’s history. Yet, Jesus clearly said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me” (John 14:6). Peter also said, “Nor is there salvation in any other, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved” (Acts 4:12).  

We believe that the best form of outreach is to share the Good News with love and kindness. We share Jesus with both Jews and Gentiles because God loves all people.

Jesus was fully Jewish. A Jew does not stop being a Jew when he accepts Jesus. Jews who accept Jesus as Messiah are encouraged to continue practicing their Jewish traditions.