Barry & Batya Segal visit Beth Zion
Updated: Apr 1, 2019
Barry and Batya Segal from Jerusalem, Israel will be guest worship leaders at Beth Zion Messianic Synagogue. This special Shabbat service will be on Saturday, March 30th starting at 10:45am.
Batya Segal, Co-founder of Vision for Israel & The Joseph Storehouse, first became internationally recognized for the rich worship music that she and her husband Barry Segal pioneered together. Batya was born in Jerusalem to an Orthodox Jewish, Yemenite family. She has infused the rich sounds of her heritage into her music along with the faith kindled in her after a profound experience of encounter with the Messiah Yeshua. Batya, as a song writer and Barry as a musician, soon became well known through their Messianic music and teaching. Barry and Batya now have a number of CD's and DVD's including Sh'ma Yisrael, Go Through the Gates, Adonai and Timeless Sounds.
In 1996, Batya and Barry were called to start a humanitarian aid center, The Joseph Storehouse, to provide help and support for victims of terrorism and their families, as well as the poor and needy people of Israel, both Jewish and Arab. The work soon grew into one of Israel's essential humanitarian aid operations. And Batya has overseen humanitarian actions not just in Israel but all around the world including after the tsunami in Sri Lanka, after hurricanes hit in Louisiana and Texas, as well as aid to Romania, Hungary, England, Russia and Moldova.
Barry Segal, in addition to being the Co-founder of Vision for Israel & The Joseph Storehouse, is well-known as a musician and international Bible speaker. He is also an author and the host and producer of the television series “Roots & Reflections.
Barry grew up in the USA and discovered Yeshua (Jesus) when he was a young musician living a colorful lifestyle in Detroit and Cleveland. For a Jewish person to become a believer is always challenging, leading to potential rejection from family and friends. After leading worship music and a fellowship in America for several years, as well as being a TV producer, Barry made aliyah, and moved to live in Israel, where he married Batya. Together they formed and founded Vision for Israel in 1994.
Beth Zion Meets at the facilities of Jackson United Methodist Church 68 Bennetts Mills Rd. Jackson, NJ. For more information about Beth Zion, visit www.bethzion.org.
To learn more about Barry and Batya, visit www.barryandbatyasegal.com.