Barry Rubin


Barry Rubin began trusting Yeshua following a "Messiah Our Passover" seder dinner at The Lewis & Harriet Lederer Foundation headquarters in 1973. Later that year, Barry started sharing the Messiah with God's chosen people, opening an outreach in Chicago while attending seminary. He headed a Messianic music team, developed and conducted training programs, and is now rabbi of the oldest extant Messianic congregation in the world.

In 1988, Rabbi Rubin became the director of The Jewish & Harriet Lederer Foundation, now called Messianic Jewish Publishers and Resources, then a fifty+ year organization formerly located in the Orthodox Jewish section of Baltimore, now headquartered in Clarksville/Columbia of Howard County, Maryland.

He is the author of You Bring the Bagels, I'll Bring the Gospel: Sharing Messiah with Jewish people; The Sabbath: Entering God's Rest; the Messianic Passover Haggadah; Dedicate and Celebrate: A Messianic Jewish Guide to Hanukkah and numerous articles. He published the Messianic Jewish Life magazine, the publication of the International Messianic Jewish Alliance. Rabbi Rubin’s  inspiring and educational teaching and preaching programs have been appreciated by many hundreds of churches.

Rabbi Barry (Baruch) Rubin wife Lisa works alongside him as his assistant and Marketing Director.