Getting Involved 

Links with those working in Jewish mission and reconciliation

Toward Jerusalem Council II (TJCII)

Toward Jerusalem Council II is a ministry of repentance and reconciliation - uniting Jewish and Gentile disciples of Jesus in preparation for Jesus' return.  For seventeen centuries the global church has been hostile to Jews both inside and outside the church.  We, the church, have founded and fostered Christian anti-Semitism, calling on Jews to renounce all links with their Jewish roots since the fourth century.  We have pursued Jewish believers in Jesus across the world with horrific acts of violence including the Crusades, the Inquisition, many pogroms (organised massacres) and ultimately the Holocaust, separating the church from her Jewish roots and spreading division where there should be unity.

The initiative encompasses all of the church, the historic denominations as well as modern Protestantism and more recently the Pentecostal movements, on every continent.  It is quite simply the largest reconciliation project within the worldwide church and one essential part of the process of preparing the church to be united before Jesus Christ returns, fulfilling Ephesians 2:11-12.

For a fuller understanding of the vision and its outworking, please visit the main TJCII and the European TJCII websites and/or follow TJCII Europe on Facebook (see  and Twitter (@TJCII_Europe).  You can also subscribe to a free e-newsletter, which is published four times each year. 

The Church's Ministry among Jewish people (CMJ)

St Peter's supports a congregation in Jaffa/Tel Aviv that worships at Immanuel House (Beit Immanuel) in Jaffa.  The pastor of the congregation, David Lazarus, is one of the senior leaders of the Messianic Jewish movement in Israel. We also financially support the ministry of CMJ in the UK.

St Peter's is not responsible for the content of external websites.

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