Congregation Beth El Gibor has a grand name — it means "House of the
Mighty God" — and a modest setting: a brick ranch-style building in
Bethlehem where congregants observe the Jewish Sabbath, follow Jewish
rituals and believe Jesus Christ is the savior of humankind.
phrase leaps to mind: Jews for Jesus. But that is a distinct sect of
Christian proselytizers, not an umbrella term, and the worshipers of
Beth El Gibor, who recently marked their first anniversary at their new
synagogue, are not part of it.
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