We believe in the G-d of Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaakov, the One true G-d, Creator of all things, the G-d of Israel, omniscient, omnipotent, who revealed Himself in the entire Holy Scriptures as Father, Son and Ruach HaKodesh, and yet is One (echad).
We believe that the Holy Scriptures as given in the original languages are divinely inspired and without error. The Scriptures are our supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct.
We believe that G-d is Spirit, and as Father, sent His Son, Yeshua to die sacrificially for us, yet He remains eternally One (echad).
We believe that Yeshua HaMashiach, the “Anointed One” foretold by the Jewish prophets, fully G-d and fully man, sinless, without speck or blemish, fulfilled in his virgin birth, teaching, miracles, death on the execution stake, and bodily resurrection, the plan of G-d to bring atonement (kapparah) for sin through his shed blood. All who repent of their sins and confess their faith in G-d receive forgiveness on the basis of G-d’s mercy and grace through Yeshua’s death and resurrection have the assurance of sin forgiven and the sure hope of eternal life.
We believe that the Holy Scriptures teach that all men and women, Jews and Gentiles, are separated from the living G-d by their sin, and that salvation comes only through:
- Recognition of one’s sinful condition.
- Repentance, i.e. turning away from sin and back to G-d.
- Acceptance of Yeshua’s atonement freely offered by G-d.
We believe that the gift of the Ruach HaKodesh is given by G-d to indwell and empower each believer to live a sanctified and holy life.
We believe in G-d’s eternal plan for the nation and people of Israel, and in Messiah’s visible return in power and glory, when all will be resurrected to eternal life or eternal damnation.
We believe that in these days, G-d is calling His Jewish people back to Himself as He promised through the prophets, and that He is bringing indigenous Messianic Jewish congregations into being as part of His end-time plan.
We believe that as Messianic Jews we follow the Torah (instruction) of Moshe as taught by and lived out, and having fruition in Messiah.