Temple for Messianic Judaism

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Messianic Jews/Jewish Christians adhere to certain Jewish practices while acknowledging Jesus (whom they refer to by his Aramaic name Yeshua) as the Messiah foretold in the Hebrew scriptures. Traditional Jewish practices observed by Messianic Jews/Jewish Christians are the Friday evening, lighting Shabbat candles, kiddush and wearing kippot during their service.

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The service includes the recitation of traditional Jewish prayers in Hebrew, although the words are amended to include Jesus.
According to the constitution of the Messianic Jewish (Hebrew Christian) Alliance "they look to the One God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit) as their sole divine authority and acknowledge the Tanach (Old Testament) and Brit Hadshah (New Testament) as the Word of God. They reject the authority of Rabbinical literature.

They accept Messiah Yeshua as their personal saviour. They believe in the atonement which he wrought once and for all by His death and His resurrection, and acknowledge Yeshua as the promised Messiah. They have to Bristol Multi faith Forum make public confession of their faith." People of Jewish parentage who share their beliefs are entitled membership; non-Jewish believers, however, are only entitled to associate membership.

The Jewish media in Britain has, for more than a century, largely been represented only by the printed press. Despite the proliferation of radio and television channels and many technological advances that enable these to be broadcast on a variety of platforms, Britain's Jewish media is still mainly limited to print.

Quality hearing aids at great prices. Over the last 10-15 years there has been a steady increase in the number of minority groups that have embraced broadcast radio in order to assist them to preserve their cultures in harmony with the community, and at the same time assist others to appreciate those cultures.

In a multi-cultural society, it's vital that all cultures are represented and as one of this country's oldest non-Christian communities a new form of media coverage for British Jewry is long overdue. The management of Jcom Radio intend to remedy this deficiency.

Temple for Messianic Judaism os a not for profit company, intends to become London's first full-time permanent Jewish radio station servicing the Jewish Community , initially via internet broadcasting and ultimately via a 5-year community radio licence.

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To establish Jcom Radio as London's first permanent and dedicated Jewish Radio station - broadcasting on both analogue and digital platforms - and to establish Jcom Radio as a trusted, not-for-profit, community-based organisation.


  • To create, develop and promote Community Radio catering for Britain's Jewish community.
  • To create a platform where Jewish matters of interest can be debated and aired.
  • To provide up-to-date national and international Jewish news to the community as it happens.
  • To educate the listenership in the diversity of Judaism and to promote Jewish culture.
  • To publicise services, to actively engage the Jewish community in making radio programmes.
  • To create a first class website as a shop window for Jcom, as well as being capable of delivering internet streaming output.
  • To entertain.