Messianic Judaism is a prophetic movement that began in the first century with the nascent Church and brings Jewish and Gentile believers together to proclaim salvation in Yeshua (Jesus) and announce His second coming. In the current era, there is a great awakening among Christians to rediscover the origins of our faith as it was practiced in the first century when Jews and Gentiles who believed in Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus) worshiped and fellowshipped together. “For He is our shalom, the One who made the two into one” (Ephesians 2:14 TLV).

Yeshua is the original name of Jesus in Hebrew. It means salvation. Many Christians love and use both names interchangeably.

Shalom means peace in Hebrew and has a deeper meaning: wholeness, completeness, fullness.

Discipleship is learning the teachings of Jesus that lead believers to spiritual maturity. Discipleship is key to enriching our personal relationship with God and living a victorious life.

A disciple is a student of the Bible who learns the teachings of Jesus and applies them to his/her personal daily life. A disciple is also someone who makes disciples of others. Before ascending to heaven, Jesus commissioned His disciples to: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you.” (Matthew 28:19-20)

The Church is not a building, a denomination or religion. The Church is people, believers in Jesus all over the world who love the God of Israel (the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob), believe in Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah, and anchor their lives in the Bible. To gain a greater understanding of what the Church is, watch the sermon series, The Wonders of the Church.