Violent antisemitism and hatred did not end with the Holocaust and are still a threat to society today, as well as our witness of the Truth of Messiah to the Jewish people. The following resource by Metro Jewish Resources  promote effective teaching about antisemitism and the Holocaust, as well as tolerance between Christians and Jews. It enables a church to gain deep sensitivities of their Jewish neighbors, while learning to build impact relationships for the kingdom.


Our goals are the following: 

  • Improve dialogue and understanding between faith communities and the Jewish community.

  • Create better understanding of Jewish roots and identity.

  • Promote awareness of Jewish heritage in the Christian faith.

  • Educate about the complexities of antisemitism. 

  • Understand the origins and history of antisemitism.

  • Identify ways that antisemitism has changed over time.

  • Reflect on the dangers of prejudice and hate speech.

  • Recognize examples of antisemitism today, and how people have chosen to act in response.

Film reels on white isolated background.