As Messianic Jews and non-Jews, we look to the beautiful mosaic of love
and guidance that God has laid out for us in the fullness of His word.
From Genesis to Revelation, the Lord reveals a road-map to righteousness
that with every hill, valley and turn points both Jew and non-Jew to the
Annointed One, Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah. The Holy Days, prophecies and
wisdom of HIS word cry out with the message of Salvation for ALL nations.
As Messianic Jews and non-Jews we invite all to join us in experiencing
the incredible blessings that are found in fullness of God's plan of Salvation.
Welcome to the Messianic website that links the Jew and Gentile with their
prophesied Messiah and opens up the mystery of the Redeemer of Israel. As
the root of Christianity, Jewish worship styles are far more than mere
culture and stem from a Biblical and historical relationship with God that
has been the basis of their entire existence for over four thousand years.
Jews and Gentiles today who believe in Yeshua and follow these Jewish
historical and Biblical practices generally refer to themselves as
"Messianic" comes from the Hebrew word, "mashiach," which
means, "the anointed one." It was used of priests and kings of
Israel, but took on a specialized meaning in reference to the
coming Messiah, the supernatural Deliverer of Israel. In the first
century, when Greek was the lingua franca, "mashiach"
was translated into Greek as "christos" from which we have
developed the English words, Christ and Christian. So "Messianic"
and "Christian" mean the same thing--they refer to a disciple of
Yeshua, though they are derived from Hebrew and Greek respectively.
Since He is the Messiah of Israel and the One of whom the prophets
have spoken, faith in Him, the Hope of Israel, for the atonement of
sin is the most Jewish response a person can make. Of course, you
don't have to be Jewish to become a disciple, but it couldn't hurt!
A Messianic Congregation is a fellowship of Jews
and Gentiles who believe that Yeshua is the true
Jewish Messiah promised by God through the writings of
the Hebrew Scriptures, and who worship within the
framework of traditional Jewish patterns. Many of these
groups exist in the United States, Israel, and other countries.