We worship the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, as followers of the The Way of Holiness, which some call a heretical sect of Christianity. This Way is for the redeemed of yod-hey-vav-hey (His memorial name) where no evil-hearted man may walk.  We believe everything that agrees with the Law (Torah) and that is written in the Prophets as our witness of two for the Messiahship of Yeshua (the Hebrew name of God’s Son).  We  have hope in God that there will be a resurrection of both the righteous and the wicked.    So we strive to keep our consciences clear before God and man.  (Isaiah 35:8, Acts 24:14).

We believe that that the gospel is one of repentance and turning back to God and His teachings and instructions from Genesis to Revelation.   We believe that if there is true repentance there will be evidence of fruit. 

“Bear fruits worthy of repentance” (Matthew 3:7-9, Luke 3:8).

We, as born again believers into the Kingdom of God/Heaven,  have been crucified with Messiah Yeshua and we no longer live, but Yeshua lives in us through His Spirit.  The life we live in the body we live by faith in the Son of God, the offspring of David, who loved us and gave Himself for us (Galatians 2:20).

Because of our love for Yeshua and the sacrifice he made for us, we obey His commands.  His commands encompass all of Scripture – both Testaments – because He is the Word in the flesh (John 1:14).   We believe that Yeshua is the only Rabbi to have taught the Scriptures completely, fully and correctly.

Through our obedience, we are given understanding through the Holy Spirit (Ruach haKodesh) (John 14:15)  and become witnesses to Yeshua’s  resurrection and  His Kingship/ Lordship.  We believe that through repentance YHVH forgives  not only our individual sins, but the corporate sins of Israel (Acts 5:30-32, John 14:15).

We believe that we are the stars in the sky and the grains of sand that were the promised children of Abraham. We honor ‘our father Abraham’ by being like him, obeying and keeping God’s commands, decrees and laws which are not burdensome (Gen. 26:5, 1 John 5:3).  We believe that righteousness, or living rightly according to the Torah as did our ‘father Abraham’,  is evidence of the Spirit working out our complete salvation.

We believe that the Ruach haKodesh is the power given to us to walk in a renewed covenant life honoring and glorying our Father in Heaven through everything we say and do.  We believe the Ruach convicts us of sin (breaking the commandments), challenges us to grow spiritually, and changes our lives to reflect the image of Messiah found throughout the Scriptures.  We believe that  in order to be witnesses to the whole world the  Spirit gives each individual unique giftings. (Acts 1:8, 1 Thes. 1:5).

We believe in the New Covenant that was specifically given to the House of Israel and the House of Judah.  It’s fullness will be the Spirit of God  writing the Torah on the hearts of all Israel, beginning with the firstfruits of which we are.    We  embrace that we, who were formerly gentiles,  are grafted into the Olive Tree of Israel through faith in Yeshua with our foundation being built on the Apostles and Prophets.   As gentiles, we  are no longer separated from the covenants and promises given to Israel, but can take part in them as one new man in Messiah Yeshua and part of the ‘commonweath of Israel’  (Jer. 31:31, Heb. 8:8, Eph. 2:1-24).

With a new circumcised heart, we have come to see the value and relevance in celebrating the Feasts of the LORD.   We have found the shadows of the Biblical feasts  in the Reality of Messiah Yeshua (Col. 2:17).  The spiritual fullness and prophetic vision of His past (Passover, Unleavened Bread, Firstfruits), present (Shavuot)  and future works (Feast of Trumpets, Day of Atonement, Feast of Tabernacles, Sabbath)  are revealed to the individual and the world through the Appointed Times.

We believe that we are justified by faith in Yeshua alone and that works of sanctification, living set-apart lives for our Father is a life-long process that prepares us for the world to come as the Bride of Messiah.  Because of a Biblically centered walk of faith, our lives and celebrations are very different than the world (and even ‘the church’)  because they are according to the lifestyle  and worship outlined in the Hebrew Scriptures, Gospels, and Writings.

More than what we believe, it is our prayer that our lifestyle of faith will challenge believers of the nations to fulfill their calling of provoking the Jewish people to envy so they will cry out for their own Messiah bringing in the time when all Israel will be saved and there will be life from the dead.

“Baruch haba b’shem YHVH.  Blessed is he who comes in the name of yod-hey-vav-hey.”