Messianic Judaism

We view Messianic Judaism as a newly forming movement in the Jewish community. Just as Conservative and Reform Judaism have emerged in the last two centuries, so the concept of Messianic Judaism has taken root in the last several decades. Messianic Jews retain their Jewish distinctives of culture, lifestyle, and identity, but with the added dimension of belief that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Messiah long awaited by Jewish people the world over.

We believe that the Brit Chadashah (New Covenant) is inspired by G-d and tells the authoritative account of the life and teachings of Yeshua. Together with Tenach, these Scriptures instruct us in the power of walking in covenant with our G-d.

The great prophet, Isaiah, prophesied that Messiah would offer his life as an asham (reparation offering) in atonement for our sins. Yeshua's resurrection offers evidence that His atonement (at-one-ment) has restored our fellowship with G-d. When Israel is rejected by the nations and attacked, we believe Messiah will return to finish His ministry, in defense of Israel, as the King of the Jews.