Statement of Faith (shortened version)

  • We acknowledge the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob as the One and Only true God.

  • All Scripture is given by the inspiration of the spirit of God.

  • The foundation of all subsequent Scripture is the Torah – the first five books of the Bible.

  • God is One, and He alone is Creator, Lord, Savior and King. “Hear, O Israel, the LORD our God is one LORD.” (Deuteronomy 6:4)

  • God and His Word are eternal.

  • The Shabbat is the created holy day of the LORD, and it is to be protected and kept holy.

  • Yeshua of Nazareth is the Messiah of Israel and through Him alone salvation is provided. As the Passover Lamb of God, Messiah Yeshua takes away the sins of the world. He died, arose on the third day, ascended to Heaven, and will return in days to come.

  • Through Messiah alone the Gentiles are grafted into the commonwealth of Israel and are full participants in Israel’s Scriptures, covenants, and promises.

  • The people of the LORD are a holy congregation gathered to celebrate Him on the Sabbath and at His appointed times throughout the year.

  • Our goals as the people of God are to be followers of Yeshua the Messiah, to be holy unto God our Father, to live righteous and godly lives in this world, to be equally clean in our conscious inner man and in our walk, and to be full of love for one another.

  • We trust in God Who promises to resurrect the dead to life in His eternal kingdom.

  • God will judge all mankind and will dispense both reward and punishment in perfect wisdom and justice.

  • This Statement of Faith is not perfect because it is the product of imperfect people who are striving to mature in their knowledge of the Perfect One and understanding of His holy Word.



Abba is an Aramaic word meaning "Father". Go Back

Adonai is a title frequently used for G-d's unpronounceable four-letter name. It is used interchangeably with "the LORD". Go Back

The Ark, located at the front of the sanctuary, houses the Torah scroll. Go Back

Brit Chadashah is Hebrew for "New Covenant". Go Back

Havdalah is the closing ceremony conducted at the end of Shabbat. Go Back

Mashiach or Messiah means "the anointed", and Yeshua's title, translated "Christ". Go Back

Ruach HaKodesh is Hebrew for "The Holy Spirit". Go Back

Shabbat (Sabbath) is the seventh day of the week, the day of rest ordained by Adonai. It begins at sundown Friday, and concludes at sundown Saturday. Go Back

Shema means "Hear!", and is the name of the confession recorded in Deuteronomy 6:4 — "Hear, O Israel, the LORD our God, The LORD is One." Go Back

A Tallis, sometimes called a "prayer shawl", is worn during the prayer service by men who choose to do so. Go Back

Tanach (ta-nock) is the Hebrew name for the Hebrew scriptures, popularly called the "Old Testament". Go Back

Torah literally refers to the first five books of the Bible, but is also used in reference to the entire Bible. In most synagogues, the Torah is read each Shabbat from a scroll called a Sefer Torah. Go Back

Yeshua is the Hebrew name of Jesus. Go Back

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