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About Us.


The purpose of this congregation shall be to proclaim and propagate the believers' faith by means of Grace, namely the Word.

Having a common purpose and seeking one goal as Jewish and Gentile believers, we join together in the bond of fellowship to make known the Gospel of good news and encouragement for a deep spiritual life in members, in order to extend the work of the Lord's Kingdom among us and to provide for renewal and guidance in daily living. 

Furthermore, we extend the Kingdom of God, and the Good News of salvation through Jesus (Yeshua) that it is necessary to be born again and take it to the ends of the earth:

John 3:3; Mark 16:16; Matthew 18:5-6; Matthew 26:26-28; I Corinthians 11:23-29; Matthew 28:19-20.

Mission Statement

The mission of our congregations is to bring the knowledge of Jesus (Yeshua) to those who do not yet know Him as Messiah, Salvation, and to help those who are already believers to mature in their faith, love, and service, and to glorify God by loving and serving Adonai and our neighbors as ourselves. Mathew 22:37-39.

The vision of our congregations is to be a community of believers committed to growing together in a loving relationship with Jesus (Yeshua) as the Messiah, as we lead others to Adonai with all kindness and respect by sharing the hope within us.  I Peter 3:15.

Our Values

Love is our aim.  (Romans 12:9-21)

Truth is our standard. (John 8:32)

Prayer is our priority. (Ephesians 6:18)

The Bible is our authority. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

Right relationships are our foundation. (Acts 2:42-47)

Evangelism is our way of life. (Luke 15:7)

Excellence in ministry is our goal. (Malachi 1:6a)

Spiritual gifts are our responsibility. (Ephesians 4:12-13)

Reconciliation is our passion. (Ephesians 2:14)

Joyful worship is our desire. (Psalm 100:1)

We Endeavor

To see individuals come to know Jesus (Yeshua) as their Messiah and grow in the grace and knowledge of Adonai;
To discover individual spiritual gifts and put them to use;
To impart joy, that being a part of our journey;
To praise and worship Adonai and create an atmosphere for the Holy Spirit to move;
To see signs wonders and miracles giving Adonai the glory;
To train our children and used to be effective leaders;
Bless the Jewish people; we fly the Israeli and Jerusalem flags.


We are indebted to the Jewish people. We have the Bible, Tanakh, Prophets and Messiah due to the Jewish history.

Who We Are.

Our congregations are a growing body of healthy believers with beautifully blended traditions of worship.

We are a loving and diverse, trans-generational, multicultural congregation.

We fully embrace the refreshing, prophetic, biblically-anchored, vibrant ministry of the Holy Spirit  (Ruach HaKodesh) in our services.

We enjoy a symphony of musical worship experiences.

We hold to a high view of both the Tanach (OT) and Apostolic Scriptures (NT) and strive to be a biblically literate congregation.

We enjoy connecting to and fellowshipping those in the body of believers who love to learn the Hebrew roots to the Historic Christian Faith.

In summary, we are a loving and evangelical fellowship; diverse, trans-generational, prophetic, contemporary worshiping, and a Messianic-appreciating congregation of believers who recognize the entire Bible as inspired and the only true and faithful guide for life and doctrine.

What To Expect

PRAYER- There will be seasons of prayer; formal and spontaneous, prayers of confession, the Lord’s Prayer, prayers for the sick, needy, and troubled.

PRAISE- Worship will include a wide range of styles, tempos, and themes

PREACHING- Proclamation of the Word is a central component to our worship experience. The preaching and teaching are vibrant, enthusiastic, relevant, doctrinally sound, and supported by ample references to the Bible; Old Testaments (Tanach and Brit Chadashah).

PROPHETIC- We believe in the active participation of the Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh) in our services. Personal testimonies may be shared with the congregation. We allow for the function of the spiritual gifts during the service, given they are scripturally sound and Bible-based.

GIVING- Out of gratitude for God’s generosity we practice biblical giving; tithing, offerings, and alms, special offerings (taken for the needy).

COMMUNION- The Lord’s Table is a special time of reflection, confession, and personal soul-searching; a time to incorporate into our lives those things the Holy Spirit (Ruach HaKodesh) has been emphasizing throughout the service.

MESSIANIC- You may recognize several Messianic components during our service; we symbolically open our services with the sounding of the ram’s horn or shofar, we conclude our time with the most ancient prayer of blessing, known as the Aaronic Blessing.

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