Our Mission

  • We are here to share the good news, that the Kingdom of Heaven is available to all; to reach out to the hurting, to the Jew first and also to the non Jew. 
  • Yeshua commanded us to "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations. . ." Matt 28:19
  • We do this by building a solid local community of believers, teaching all generations about their gifting and responsibilities within the Kingdom, and reaching out to repair the world — Tikkun Olam.

Our Beliefs

  1. We believe in one God who has revealed himself as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. 
  2. We believe through the exercise of free will, human beings disobeyed God. As a result of sin, we have been separated from God. 
  3. We believe God chose the Jewish people and entered into an everlasting covenant with them so they might be the first fruits of a renewed humanity. In love, God gave Israel the Torah as a covenantal way of life.
  4. We believe Yeshua the Messiah, died as atonement for the sins of Israel and the entire world. He was raised from the dead and ascended to heaven and will return to Jerusalem to rule forever on David’s throne.
  5. We believe God poured out the Holy Spirit on the community of Yeshua’s followers so that they might be joined intimately to the Messiah as His Body and become representations of the New Covenant fullness promised to Israel. 
  6. We believe the Body of Messiah is a single community expressed in diverse forms within the Jewish community and among the Nations. 
  7. We believe the Torah is God’s gift to Israel. The entire Bible is divinely inspired and fully trustworthy. A gift given by God to His people Israel, and to all people through Messiah Yeshua.
  8. We believe the forgiveness of sins, spiritual renewal, and union with Messiah, are now available to all; Jews and Gentiles, who put their faith in Yeshua. Yeshua is the Mediator between God and all creation, and no one can come to the Father except through Him.
  9. We believe the Jewish tradition serves as the living link that connects contemporary Jews to our biblical past and provides resources needed to develop a Messianic Jewish Way of life and thought.