Aaron Mendez
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!שמע ישראל Hear, O Israel!

– Deut.6:4, the Shema

Aharon (Aaron) and Zhenya are both Jewish followers of Yeshua (Hebrew for “Jesus”). As Messianic Jews, their hearts are to bring the Good News of Yeshua, the Jewish Messiah to Israel and the Nations. Aharon is a Sephardic Jew and Zhenya is an Ashkenazi Jewish from Russia.

Aharon and Zhenya have 2 beautiful little girls whom they will always love and both who have gone on to be with the Lord in Heaven. Livnat Sapirah, z”l* who was 5 years old (April 27th, 2017 – July 6th 2022) and Refayah Selah, z”l (Feb. 1st, 2021 – May 2nd, 2021) who was 3 months.

Aharon spent 14 years as a Messianic Rabbi and 6 years in the Jewish ministry at Gateway Church in Southlake, TX. Aharon presides as the Senior Rabbi of a Messianic Congregation in the Rockland County area in New York, 25 minutes from New York City. This area is the highest density Jewish population outside of Israel. They also travel and speak in various places and have done extensive ministry work in Israel.

Currently, Aharon and Zhenya are on leave to grieve the departure of their beloved daughter Livnat Sapirah who went to be with the Lord in July 2022. Please pray and give as the Lord leads.

Our Vision is to BE:   Jewish Focused. Nations Inclusive.  Messiah Centered. 

Our Mission is: Make Yeshua unavoidable to Jews, Make Israel unavoidable to the Church, Make the God of Israel unavoidable to the rest of the World

“Our hearts are to take the Gospel to the Jew 1st and INCLUDE everyone else! We hope to be a light and bridge between the Jewish and Christian communities. We also have a burden to prepare Jews and Gentiles, the One New Man Body of Messiah to be a Bride ready for her Messiah.” – Rom.1:16-17; Eph.2:15.

שאלו שלום ירושלם 

Sha’alu Shalom Yerushalayim – Ps.122:6

Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem

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*(z”l is a Hebrew acronym for “zichronah livrachah-may her name be for a blessed memory.” It is usually put on headstones and texts in Jewish culture to hold the memory of the deceased as a blessing).