The following institutions, organisations and ministries are involved in Jewish-Christian issues. These links are for information purposes only and inclusion on this page does not necessarily indicate endorsement by JCS.

 
The BPS provides a forum for members of the broader Messianic Jewish community to articulate their beliefs with an expectation that they will receive a respectful hearing, but without the expectation that agreement concerning these beliefs will be achieved. The Symposium is designed to provide an internal platform for leaders to better understand each another and the various positions held within the Messianic movement.
 
Founded in 1866, BMJA is the oldest British Messianic group based in the UK. The alliance runs a yearly conference and publishes its own magazine, Chai, three times a year.
 
Their website states: “The Caspari Center for Biblical and Jewish Studies is an evangelical resource and education center for training, discipleship, and academic research and study. Ive are committed to engaging members of the global body of Messiah in reaching the Jewish people with the gospel.”
 
Chosen People Ministries (CPM)
Chosen People Ministries exists to pray for, evangelize, disciple, and serve Jewish people everywhere and to help fellow believers do the same. The mission was founded in Brooklyn, New York in 1894 by Rabbi Leopold Cohn, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant with a zeal to share the knowledge of Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah with God's chosen people.
 
UK branch of Chosen People Ministries, based in New York (see link above).
 
CWI is a UK-based interdenominational evangelistic society committed to sharing the Good News of Jesus the Messiah with the Jewish people.
 
The European Messianic Theological Symposium exists to advance the field of Messianic Jewish Studies in Europe and is open to academics, students and academically qualified practitioners in the field.
 
Global fellowship of Biblically-grounded believers committed to cultivating Messiah-centered relationships that bless the inhabitants of Israel—Jews, Arabs, and others—and the Jewish community around the world.
 
The Consultation was founded in Helsinki in 2010 as a means to investigate theologically what it means for Jews to recognize in Yeshua the Messiah of Israel.
 
Formed in the Spring of 1986, the IAMCS came into existence to be an international fellowship of Messianic congregations or synagogues under the auspices of the MJAA.
 
The IMJA serves as a partner in communication and ministry development for the national Messianic Jewish Alliances and other ministries and missions to Jewish people around the world.
 
The spiritual revolution of 1960s North America grabbed the lives of young people, many of whom were Jewish. Out of this matrix of social unrest and spiritual seeking, Jews for Jesus was born as an organization in 1973 and exists to make the messiahship of Jesus an unavoidable issue to our Jewish people worldwide.
 
Israeli-based online news site providing readers with news from the perspective of Messianic believers in the land of Israel.
 
UK-based theological college offering online Bachelors and Masters degrees in Theology, including Jewish-Christian Studies. Parent organisation of JCS.
 
In 1980, The Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization (LCWE) sponsored the Consultation on World Evangelization (COWE) in Pattaya, Thailand. "Reaching Jews" was one of the 17 mini-consultation groups at that event. The enthusiasm of the leaders in the field of Jewish evangelism who attended to expand the network gave rise to the formation of a task force, now called the Lausanne Consultation on Jewish Evangelism (LCJE).
 
The MJAA was founded in 1915, and today is the largest voice organization representing the Messianic Jewish community in the world.
 
A unique international journal that provides a forum where issues related to the Gospel and the Jewish people are raised.
 
The Society for Post-Supersessionist Theology exists in order to promote research and discussion that advances post-supersessionist thought.