Since 1944, Hebrew Christian Fellowship has been providing resources and support for those interested in understanding our Jewish friends and sharing a more authentic testimony of the gospel of the Jewish Messiah.
We invite you to learn more about the RICH HERITAGE of HCF.
MEET THE DIRECTOR
Rev. Roger L. Wambold
After serving in pastoral ministry for seventeen years in the Philadelphia Area, Rev. Roger L. Wambold became the third General Director of Hebrew Christian Fellowship in August of 1991. An alumnus of Philadelphia Biblical University, Grace College (B.A. '71), and Grace Theological Seminary (M.Div. '74), Roger has had an interest in Jewish evangelism since college days which led him to accept an invitation to serve as a member of the HCF Board of Trustees in 1975, a year after arriving at his first pastorate; he has been a member of the board ever since. Roger and Phyllis have three married sons and six grandchildren.
Rev. Wambold is available for speaking engagements with church congregations and small groups.
Due to our relatively small size as an organization, we are committed to personal interaction with our supporters or anyone interested in learning more about the Jewish people and how believers can more effectively share their faith in Messiah Jesus.
The efficient working of our ministry enables us to send 100 percent of any donation to the specific ministry of your choice; there is no portion of any gift “skimmed” for the general fund. Of course, donations to the general fund are always welcomed, too, for those who feel so led. To support one of our Ministry Affiliates, or the ministry of Hebrew Christian Fellowship, contact the director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Johnny Khoury: Rising for the Elderly
Johnny is the manager of the Ebenezer Home in Haifa, Israel, which is the only facility in Israel which cares for the elderly believing Jews and Arabs in the Land. Born to an Arab father and British mother in a nominally Christian home, he and his siblings, by God's grace, were brought to faith through the work of God's Spirit in a local congregation of Messianic believers.
Marvin Kramer: Advocate for Justice for all
Sensing God's call on his life, Marvin moved to Israel in the 80s to do what he began to do in New York: defend the rights of Jewish believers who were discriminated against because of their faith in Yeshua. Today, despite persecution and exorbitant tax rates due to his licensure in both Israel and the U.s., he continues to defend the defenseless, not only in the courtroom but also defends the most defenseless ones, the unborn. In addition to Marvin's legal work, he serves as General Manager of A Future and A Hope, a pro-life organization which he founded together with his wife, Orit.
Yossi Ovadia: When Sociologists Dream
John and Judy Pex: Yeshua’s Diversity
Dr. Erez Soref: Shepherding the Found Sheep of Israel
Paul and Traci Valerio: Hearts in Israel, Feet in America
Hiam of Haifa and Family: The harvest is Still Plentiful
If you would like more information on any of our affiliates, please contact the Director.