We are a group of Jewish and non-Jewish people who believe that the Messiah was revealed in the person of Yeshua of Nazareth. We practice our faith in a manner that can best be described as Biblical Judaism. We meet on Saturday, we have a Torah Service, we sing worship songs in Hebrew, we eat and we study Torah. We reject Rabbinic halakhah and instead follow Apostolic halakhah. What does that mean? We apply the New Testament to our lives instead of the Talmud.

But, we are NOT Christians. Not that we have any problem with Christians. We just are not Christians. We do not celebrate Holy Communion, Christmas, Easter, Sunday worship or baptism. Instead, we look to the Bible for direction on how to live our lives. And as hard as we try, we just can't find those practices in the Word of G-d.

What will you see if you visit us? You will see that we are a cross-section of what the Book of Revelation calls every nations, tribe, people, and language (Revelation 7:9). You will see a legitimate expression of unity, and in that unity you will be blessed, for there is everlasting life (Psalm 133). You will see a bimah, an ark with a Torah scroll inside, a yad, a box of kipparim, people wearing tallit, and a mezuzah on the door. You will hear the words of the G-d of Abraham, Issac and Jacob and of the holy Messiah Yeshua and His talmidim.

Who are we? We are nobody telling everybody about somebody that can save anybody. If you are Jewish, you can meet your G-d and His Messiah in a Jewish setting. If you are a Christian, you can learn about what the bible REALLY says about the G-d of Israel and His Jewish Messiah. Either way, we wholeheartedly believe you will not leave as you came.