Sunday, May 26, 2024

Jim Meysenburg Interview

Rabbi Jim Meysenburg was raised in a Catholic home, on a farm in Nebraska.  He became a Catholic priest in Duluth, Minnesota and taught Catholic school there.  He was sent over to Sweden for a time.  Then he met his wife and left the priesthood.  She found out that she was Jewish and while living in the Washington D.C. area, she looked up Messianic Congregations.  They started attending one there and eventually moved to the Baltimore area.  They were attending a small congregation in Edgewood, Maryland and when the leader/Pastor resigned, Jim was asked to replace him.  Rabbi Jim has been leading the congregation for seven years now.  He has visited Israel one time and hopes to go again some day.

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