Partner Ministries

Beth Shalom gives 10% of all offerings and tithes received to the following ministries


MJAA - Joseph Project

In 2015, the Joseph Project Israel Relief fund was by far the number one importer of humanitarian aid in Israel. Since its founding the Joseph Project has distributed approximately $100 million in aid to needy Israelis, as well as Arab Christians and Muslim.


MJAA - Ethiopia Relief 

There are more than 130,000  Ethiopian Jews now living in Israel,  yet there are still more than 50,000  Beta Israel/Ethiopian Jews scattered  all over Ethiopia in various villages,  towns and cities. Over 95% of this  community lives under the  international poverty line lacking  food, clean water and access to  adequate medical care. The MJAA is  working extensively to bring help and  hope to these suffering people.

Of those remaining in Ethiopia, almost all of them believe Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah. When they were left behind, most could not return to their original homes, and were forced to live in poor communities waiting and hoping for a new future. They desperately want to return to Israel and are largely rejected because of their faith in Yeshua (Jesus).


Alliance for Israel Advocacy

The Alliance for Israel Advocacy (AIA) seeks to activate and organize American support for Israel by articulating Israel’s Biblical claim to the Land.  The Alliance for Israel Advocacy is the public advocacy arm of the Messianic movement, which are Messianic Jewish believers in Yeshua (Jesus). AIA is a ministry of the Messianic Jewish Alliance of Amrica. AIA seeks to equip the Christian Church to stand with Israel. AIA also provides policy makers and the media with resources to foster greater understanding of the Biblical case for Israel's claim to the historic Land of Israel, her right to self-determination, and for her role in world redemption.


Local Ministry

Locally, Beth Shalom is living out our calling by giving our time, prayers, and offerings to minister to those in our community


Empty Bowl

The Empty Bowl Luncheon is an annual joint fundraiser for both the Golden harvest Food Bank and the Augusta Jewish Community Center.


Golden Harvest Food Bank - Master's Table

We are in need of volunteers every day of the week to assist us in serving a hot lunch to 300+ hungry guests. Specific responsibilities include greeting guests, preparing and serving food, cleaning and special assignments like playing music or offering a blessing for the meal.


Appointed Times

Teaching the prophetic meaning of the Biblical feasts and Holy days is a primary ministry of Beth Shalom. To start, please join us to observe the Sabbath.