What We Believe

We believe Israel is G-d’s special people, distinct from the Body of Messiah, chosen by Him to be a holy nation and a kingdom of priests.  The election of Israel is irrevocable.  Jewish believers in Yeshua have a unique two-fold identity.  They are the spiritual remnant of Israel, and at the same time, part of the body of Messiah.  We believe the Abrahamic Covenant is an unconditional covenant G-d made with the Jewish people.  This covenant provides title to the Land of Israel for the Jewish people and promises a descendant (the Messiah) who would come to redeem Israel and bless the entire world.  The spiritual blessings of the Abrahamic Covenant overflow to all the nations.  G-d will ultimately fulfill every aspect of the covenant in the Messianic Kingdom, both spiritual and physical.  This covenant includes G-d gathering the multi-ethnic Jewish Diaspora, and returning her to Israel from the four corners of the earth.  We believe that Israel’s eternal covenant relationship with G-d does not grant atonement to individual Jewish people, but admit that her salvation is a mystery that will be revealed by G-d Himself at the fullness of time.

Genesis 12:1-3 Complete Jewish Bible (CJB)
12 Now Adonai said to Avram, “Get yourself out of your country, away from your kinsmen and away from your father’s house, and go to the land that I will show you. 2 I will make of you a great nation, I will bless you, and I will make your name great; and you are to be a blessing. 3 I will bless those who bless you, but I will curse anyone who curses you; and by you all the families of the earth will be blessed.”

Additional Scriptures: Genesis 15:1-21, Genesis 17 1:21, Isaiah 11.11,12, Zephaniah 3.10 , Romans 11.1-29, Galatians 3.14-17

Articles of Faith

We believe:

1.   That the Bible, composed of both the Old Covenant (TaNaKh) and the New Covenant (Brit Hadasha) is the only infallible and authoritative Word of God. (2 Timothy 2.16,17)

2.   That God is "Echad", as declared in the Sh'ma; "A united one" eternally manifest through Jesus (Yeshua) and the Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh). (Deuteronomy 6.4)

3.   In the Deity of Yeshua Messiah (Jesus Christ) and that He is the "Seed of the Woman" (Genesis 3.15), and that His virgin-birth was to be a sign to Israel of His Messiahship. (Isaiah 7.14)

4.   In Yeshua’s life, His miracles yesterday and today, His sacrificial death as our atonement, His bodily resurrection, His appearance thereafter in Jerusalem, His ascension, His future return for believers in Jesus, both living and dead, and His future establishment of His kingdom on earth.  

 5.   That the only means of being cleansed from sin is by grace, through faith in the sacrificial blood of Yeshua Messiah and that the regeneration by the Spirit of God is absolutely essential for salvation.  

6.  In the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Believer is enabled to live a godly life. (Ezekiel 36.27)

7.   That the promise of the Father, as contained in Acts 1.4-8 and the gifts of the Ruach HaKodesh, as taught by the Apostle Paul, are for Believers today.

8.   That the seventh day of the week is a day of rest unto the Lord, (the Sabbath), and is given to men as a covenant with God forever. (Exodus 20.8-11)

9.   In the resurrection of both saved and lost, the one to everlasting life and the other to eternal separation from God, the latter being consigned to a state of everlasting punishment.

10. That the New Covenant body of God is composed of both Jews and Gentiles who have accepted Yeshua as the Promised Redeemer and that now they are to worship together in the House of God.

11. The partaking of the communal elements of the unleavened bread (matzah) and the wine, as instituted by Yeshua at His Passover Seder; that the elements are symbolic of the Lord’s death and His resurrection.