We believe our purpose is to serve HaShem (in Hebrew “The Name”), and to follow Him as we faithfully study the Bible in its original complete context, as the inerrant and immutable Word of G-d. (II Timothy 2:15; 3:14-17).
We celebrate the victory of our Salvation (“Yeshuah” in Hebrew), through the unmerited sacrifice of the Lamb of God Yeshua HaMashiach (“Jesus the Messiah”), and to be in Echad (“United as One”) with the will of our Father (Mark 3:35, John17:21).
We believe the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the God of Israel is the one and only true God. (Exodus 3:15; Isaiah 43:11; 45:11-17; Jer. 10:10; 1 Chron. 29:10-12; John 17:1-5; Acts 3:12-16)
We believe that the Godhead unified as echad (one); a perfect unity of G-d our Father (Avinu), who sent His Word (Davar Adonai) Yeshua His Son, and the manifestation of the Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh). ( Isaiah 63:10; John 1:1-3; 1 John 10:30; John 14:9-11; Acts 1:2; Acts 5:3-4) to return mankind back to HaShem.
We believe that from the Garden of Eden, Adam, the father of mankind, disobeyed HaShem’s mitzvot (commandments) fallen state and can do nothing on his own to justify sin or reconcile himself back to G-d. But true repentance (teshuvah), returns our hearts back to Him, and prepares us to receive His free gift of forgiveness and salvation in Messiah Yeshua. (Gen. 2:15-17; Psalms 53:1-6, Romans 3:10-12; 6:20-23, 1 John 1:10).
We believe that we must be drawn by the Father, before we can come to the Messiah and that Yeshua is “the way, the truth, and the life” and that we come to the Father through the Son.( Isaiah 9:6, John 6:44, John14:6). Yeshua has come to restore followers of “the Way”, back to the Father, through the faith of Abraham (Rom. 4:16-17; Gal. 3:7-9), who taught his children the “Way of the L-RD” [Derech HaShem – Gen. 18:19].
We believe a Savior was prophesied and fulfilled in the Lord Yeshua, that He is our Messiah, born of a virgin, lived a sinless life to fulfill the Torah, was crucified, buried and rose from the dead. (Isaiah 7:10-14, Matthew 1:22-23, Matthew 27:26, Mark 16:6).
We believe that the vicarious work of the Lord Yeshua HaMashiach provides propitiation, atonement and reconciliation for our transgressions. The sacrificial laws were completed in His death, and He made atonement for our sin as the sacrificial Passover Lamb of God, and death was overcome by His resurrection. However, Yeshua did not come to abolish the Torah, but to fulfill it. (Exodus 32:30, Leviticus 17:11, Isaiah 53:7, Daniel 9:24, Matthew 5:17, John 1:29, Romans 5:11, Galatians 6:2, Revelation 5:13).
We believe G-d is sovereign, but He allows us to work out our own salvation, once we’ve put faith in the Messiah, so that we can use our free will to surrender to Him. By faith in the atoning sacrifice of Yeshua, His death and resurrection, He forgive us and cleanses us from all unrighteousness. (Ephesians 2:8-9, Matthew 16:25, Mark 8:34, Revelation 22:17).
We believe that as our sins are forgiven, we must give Him control of our lives and He will lead us into all righteousness. The Torah is our teacher of righteousness, and our tutor to lead us to Yeshua, and now as sons of God, He writes His mitzvot (commandments) on our hearts by the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit), who inspired it. “The Torah is holy (kadosh), and the commandment is holy, just and good”, and true believers follow its instruction in righteousness (tzedakah). (Deut. 6:24-25; Psalm 19:7-11; 119:1-8; Jeremiah 31:31-34; Romans 2:12-29; 13:8-10; 2 Cor. 3:3; Gal. 2:24; 2 Tim. 3:14-17; James 1:21-25; Rev. 12:17; 14:12).
We believe that because HaShem has given us salvation, we should love Him with all our heart, with all our soul, and with all our strength, and if we love Him we should keep His commandments (Deuteronomy 6:4-9; Matthew 5:17-19; 37:22; Mark 12:29-34; Luke 10:25-27, John 14:15; 15:10; 1 John 5:1-5; Proverbs 3:1-6).
We believe that G-d desires for us to receive power from the Holy Spirit to live righteous lives, to be born again, made alive in the Spirit and fellow heirs with Yeshua. ( Romans 8:14-17; Galatians 4: 1-7; Titus 3:47).