Messianic Judaism

Messianic Judaism is a congregational movement of Jews and non-Jews who believe that there is harmony in being Jewish and believing in Yeshua (the Hebrew name for Jesus) of Nazareth as the Jewish Messiah. We also believe that Yeshua, all twelve of his apostles and Rabbi Paul of Tarsus were all Torah-Observant Jews. We believe that both the Hebrew Bible [TaNaKh also refered to as the Old Testament] and the Writings in the Messiah [also refered to as the New Testament] are all authoritative Scriptures. We also observe the Jewish roots of our faith and celebrate the Appointed Times of ADONAI as found in Leviticus 23.