Our mission is to proclaim the good news of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) to the Jewish community and to provide a congregational home for Jewish believers and akin non-Jewish believers.
To worship and serve the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, through Yeshua by the power of the Holy Spirit.
To proclaim Yeshua (Jesus of Nazareth) as the Messiah of Israel and of the whole earth as witnesses of His resurrection by the indwelling power of the Holy Spirit and to bring Jewish and non-Jewish people to a saving knowledge of the Messiah Yeshua through faith in His death and resurrection as the only and full atonement for all of mankind’s sins.
To provide occasions for fellowship and an environment where believers in Messiah Yeshua can express their faith and live a life in accordance with the Holy Scriptures.
To foster the spiritual growth of those who have received Yeshua into their hearts and have acknowledged a call to the restoration of first century Jewish roots of the Faith.
To provide for the spiritual education of both children and adults in a manner consistent with and in fulfillment of the Holy Scriptures.
To promote the general welfare of the United States of America, its Constitution, and its people through a legal and proper application of biblical truth for the prosperity of the nations of the earth.
To uphold the nation of Israel and its importance to the believing community and to the world in fulfillment of biblical prophecy for the Divine purpose of redeeming the nations of the earth.
To identify as natural and adopted members with the community of Jewish people throughout the earth and to assist in worthwhile Jewish causes through practical participation.
To advocate, among the body of believers in Yeshua (Jesus), reconciliation between Jews and Gentiles and restoration of the first century Jewish roots of the Faith.
To impact our local and regional communities for good through charitable giving, involvement in community programs, and practical activities that promote biblically sound principles for a healthy society.