to call assimilated Jews back to their Torah, Community, and Culture
to restore non-Jews to a correct Scriptural understanding & practice
We strive to function as part of the Community and work with both Rabbi’s and
other Jewish groups to present a valid Jewish expression and worship.
To that end, we:
believe the Torah is G-d’s expression of how we are to live
practice as a Synagogue using traditional liturgy
believe the percepts of Oral Torah were given by Ha’Shem to Moshe and
seek wisdom and understanding from the Talmud and later Jewish writings
follow Halacha as expressed in the Shulkan Aruch
honor the teachings of the Rabbi’s and Sages
provide instruction in lifestyle including kosher, ritual immersion (mikvah)
and other Jewish practices
keep the appointed Holy days and feasts of Israel
seek to be part of the greater Jewish Community
agree with the 13 principles of the Rambam
We realize some Jews accept us, and many do not. This is understandable and we
trust in Ha’Shem to allow reconciliation.
As an organization & synagogue we:
are not part of any Church affiliation, nor do we receive any funds from
are not in any way affiliated with, or support, ‘Jews for Jesus’ and do
not agree with their methods
do not adhere to the Nicene Creed and do not teach the Trinity.
do not believe that Yeshua is equal to G-d; but is he is the Shekinah of
G-d sent to earth to call Jews back to Torah
do not believe that Yeshua taught against Torah or desired Jews to
renounce Judaism and become Christians
do not engage in evangelism, nor do we encourage Jews to turn from
To believe that Yeshua renounced Torah and taught others to do so is contrary to
Ha’Shem’s word and would automatically make him a heretic and eliminate any
Messianic claim he would have.
Our position on Non-Jewish members:
they are G-d Fearers who strive to live Torah observant lifestyles
we follow Conservative Halacha regarding conversion for those desiring
to become B’nei Israel including: extensive preparation, circumcision,
mikvah, and Beit Din
Our organization provides many levels of Jewish education including Bar / Bat
Mitzvah, Torah School, and Yeshiva. We also adhere to belief that only Jews who
are Yeshiva trained should use the title Rabbi.