Yahudic in the United Kingdom

The Yahudic are a Judeo-Iraqi Arabic people group concentrated in Israel and Iraq, as well as 6600 in the United Kingdom. The name, Yahudic derives from the Arabic word for Jew, Yehudi. Religious beliefs between Jewish groups vary, but they all believe in the one God, the Creator and Supreme Being over the universe.

Engagement // What’s Happening Now

The Church’s Ministry Among Jewish People (CMJ) is a ministry which began in the United Kingdom and exists to share the gospel with Jews in the United Kingdom and beyond. The ministry engages in evangelism among Jewish communities in North London and Manchester as well as street outreaches at Stamford Hill.

The CMJ met with Assemblies of God Great Britain leaders at a missions forum to see how they can partner together to reach Jewish communities. Pray that God will lead these like-minded leaders to engage the Yahudic communities in the United Kingdom.

Sustainability // The Bigger Story

Focusing on Jewish communities around the world, Jacob’s Hope is an Assemblies of God organization that seeks to reach out to Jewish communities and share with them the good news of Jesus.

Partnership // Move Beyond

The Yahudic know the same God and hold fast to the covenant they have with him through Abraham, but they do not know Jesus as the Messiah. Prayer is needed to share the truth with these people. Here are some ways you can pray:

  • Pray for missions efforts by the Assemblies of God Great Britain and the CMJ.
  • Pray that Christians will feel the urgency to share the gospel with Jews.
  • Pray that the Bible will be translated into the Arabic, Judeo-Iraqi language.
  • Pray for wisdom when sharing the gospel to the Yahudic.

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile” (Romans 1:16, NIV).

 

For more information on AGWM Jewish Ministry see Jacob’s Hope. Interested in more opportunities? See the Wide Open Missions website.

Joshua HuverYahudic in the United Kingdom