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What We Believe 

  • There is One true God: The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the God of Israel, eternally existing in three Persons - the Father, the Son Yeshua, and the Holy Spirit.

  • All Scripture is given by inspiration of the Spirit of God, inerrant in their original writings, and is the final authority in faith and practice. As the Word of the eternal God, the Scriptures are also eternal.

  • The Son of God, Yeshua/Jesus of Nazareth, was born to a virgin to be ‘God with Us,’ Emmanuel. He was/is the promised Messiah of Israel, through Whom salvation has been/is offered to the world. As the Passover Lamb of God, Messiah Yeshua died to atone for the sins of everyone who repents and turns to Him.

  • Messiah Yeshua arose on the third day after being crucified for our sins, ascended bodily to heaven 40 days later, and will return at the time set by the Father, to reign 1,000 years here on earth, from Jerusalem. God promises to resurrect those who died in Messiah, to live in His eternal Kingdom. God will also judge all mankind, to dispense both reward and punishment with perfect wisdom and justice.

  • Through Messiah Yeshua alone, the Gentiles are grafted into the commonwealth of Israel, and brought into the place of "spiritual blessing" of the New Covenant accorded through and to Israel, of forgiveness of sin, salvation, spiritual rebirth, regeneration, indwelling, and gifts of the Ruach Ha Kodesh (Holy Spirit). (Ephesians 2:11-13)

  • Through the blood of Yeshua, the Messiah, the Gentiles are brought near to the covenants of promise, no longer separate from God, as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, creating in Himself, One New Man from the two. Both Jews and Gentiles are justified only by faith in Messiah Yeshua.

  • We believe the Torah (first five books of the Bible) and the Law given to Moses by God has been perfectly and completely fulfilled in the Messiah and therefore believers, whether Jewish or Gentiles, are no longer under its obligation or condemnation. Both Jewish and Gentile believers, however, have the freedom in Messiah to maintain those aspects of Torah and Jewish cultural identity which do not violate Scripture. Observances of Jewish customs, traditions, and feasts are to focus on Biblical truths and magnify Yeshua. These observances are not, nor ever were, a means of justification or sanctification, but are intrinsically for the maintenance of a God-given Jewish identity and wholesome lifestyle. For Gentile believers it is a means of identifying with the Jewish community and expressing the Jewish roots of their faith. Matthew 5:17; Acts 21:24-26; Romans 6:14, 8:2, 1O:4; I Corinthians 9:2O; II Corinthians 3:1-11; Galatians 6:2, 3:3,11; Ephesians 2:14.   

  • As Messianic believers in Yeshua, we delight in celebrating Shabbat, the fourth commandment, on the seventh day of the week, according to the Word of God.

  • As Messianic believers in Yeshua, we delight in celebrating and observing the Feasts of the Lord at the Biblically appointed times throughout the year.

  • -Those who accept Yeshua as their Saviour/Messiah should be water-baptized by immersion, in the Name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit as Yeshua taught, and should also be receptive to being baptized by His Ruach, Holy Spirit.

  • Our goal as people of God is to follow Yeshua, our Messiah, dedicated to God the Father, living in this world by His grace and righteous standards revealed in Scripture, maintaining clean hearts and being full of love for one another and our fellowmen.

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