Shalom Church is a Bible-based, Spirit-filled, evangelistic church that honors Israel.

We teach the Bible from a Messianic Jewish perspective, observe the biblical feasts in a Jesus-centered way, and support Israel and Messianic Jewish Ministries in Israel. 

We welcome anyone who seeks a deeper relationship with Jesus, a connection to the Hebraic roots of the Christian faith, and a family atmosphere to do life with other believers.

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Mission & Vision

Our mission is to make disciples teaching them the fullness of our spiritual heritage.

Our vision is to see people saved, discipled, and living in freedom and purpose.

Our strategy to carry out our mission and vision includes helping individuals Become a disciple of Jesus, Belong to family, and Build God’s Kingdom.

Becoming a disciple of Jesus means finding hope and healing in Christ, learning life principles Jesus taught to walk in the fullness of our spiritual heritage, and helping others become disciples.

Belonging to family means developing healthy relationships with other believers and doing life together.

Building God’s Kingdom means developing our gifts and calling and using them to impart the life of Jesus in others in our communities.

Unique Calling

One of the unique aspects of our church is that we teach the Bible with a Messianic Jewish lens to understand the full counsel of God cohesively in the First and New Covenants (Old and New Testaments), and thus gain a balanced view of Israel, the Church, and the vital roles they each play in God’s overall plan of redemption for all peoples.

We believe in the Jewishness of Jesus, the Gospel, and the Bible, which is why our services, teachings, and activities have a bit of a Messianic Jewish flavor. We love to study God’s Word looking at its original cultural setting, which brings the Bible to life.

Our founding verse is: “For He is our shalom [peace], the One who made the two into one” (Ephesians 2:14 TLV). Therefore, we want to be a safe place where Jewish and Gentile believers fellowship together.

Part of our calling includes helping bring a balance of Jewish roots understanding of the Gospel, Jesus, and the Bible into the body of Christ.

We help Gentile believers understand the Hebraic roots of the Christian faith in a healthy and balanced way, and help Jewish people find salvation in Yeshua the Messiah without severing their Jewish identity.

We celebrate the biblical calendar in a Jesus-centered manner that enriches our personal walk with God and other believers.

Culture & Values

Our culture is one of Unity, Love, and Passion.

Unity because that’s where God commands the blessing. “Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity… For there [in unity] the Lord commanded the blessing—life forever.” (Psalm 133:1-3)

Love because we are called to love one another. “This is My commandment, that you love one another, just as I have loved you.” (John 15:12)

Passion because it motivates us to keep learning, growing, and building God’s Kingdom. “And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men.” (Colossians 3:23)

At Shalom Church, we strive to live by our core values that unite our community: Unity, Generosity, Holiness, Relationships.

How We Do Ministry

Our Church Government is singular headship (pastor), and plural leadership (elders). Shalom Church is elder governed, senior pastor led, staff and volunteer managed, and congregationally owned.

Our ministry focus includes:

Discipleship to empower people to live in freedom and purpose.

Evangelism to equip believers to share the Gospel of Jesus.

Prophetic to edify, encourage, and comfort the Body of Christ.

Jewish-Christian Relations to develop friendships with the Jewish community.

Because our Savior gave us the task to: “Go and make disciples” (Matt. 28:19-20), we love making disciples that in turn make disciples.

We disciple, develop and equip people relationally in small groups.

Discipleship Path

Our discipleship classes are focused on helping people become strongly rooted in God’s Word. Our classes emphasize:

Life Purpose
To empower people to live with purpose and become effective disciples of Jesus.

To equip parents to improve family relationships and leave a lasting legacy.

Jewish Roots
To guide believers to discover the Jewish roots of our faith and deepen their walk with God.

We pastor to pastor. That means that we pastor people by equipping leaders to shepherd the body of Christ and thus do the work of the ministry. The Bible says that we are ministers of one another, “For the equipping of the saints for the work of service, to the building up of the body of Christ.” (Ephesians 4:12 NASB)

Pastoring is loving people. Therefore, we love people so that they can in turn love others. 

Pastoring is taking care of people. Therefore, we take care of people so that they can in turn take care of others.

Our focus on leadership development helps people build a firm foundation on the truth of God’s Word and become leaders who love people.

We build community through:

Worship by gathering weekly to celebrate our awesome God and worship corporately.

Discipleship by equipping and learning together to increase in wisdom and understanding.

Fellowship by breaking bread together and build community through Shabbat gatherings and various other relationship-building activities.

How We Support Israel

As a Gentile church that loves Israel and the Jewish people, we strive to demonstrate our love in tangible ways. Therefore, we:

  1. Adopt the Seven Affirmations established by Toward Jerusalem Council II.
  2. Embrace the principle of “to the Jew first” by dedicating the first service of each month as a Messianic Service.
  3. Pray for the peace of Jerusalem and the salvation of the Jewish people.
  4. Teach about the Jewishness of Jesus, the Gospel, and the Bible by understanding its original, first-century cultural setting.
  5. Study the Bible with a Messianic perspective so that we gain a balanced view of Israel and Church, and the key roles each plays in God’s overall plan of redemption for all peoples.
  6. Stand against replacement theology also called “supersessionism,” which is an unbiblical, erroneous view that the New Testament church has superseded or replaced Israel in God’s plan as His Chosen People.
  7. Stand against anti-semitism, which is the hostility toward or prejudice against Jewish people.
  8. Celebrate the biblical feasts throughout the year such as our congregational Passover Seder.
  9. Support financially Messianic ministries in Israel.

We adopt the 7 Affirmations established by Toward Jerusalem Council II –

Consistent with the principle established in the original Jerusalem Council of Acts Chapter 15 regarding respect for diversity in the Body of Christ concerning Jewish and Gentile identity, we do make the following affirmations:

1. We affirm the election of Israel, its irrevocable nature and God’s unfinished work with the Jewish people regarding salvation and the role of Israel as a blessing to the nations.

2. We affirm that Jews who come to faith in the Messiah, Jesus, are called to remain true to their identity as Jews and live as part of their people in ways consistent with the New Covenant.

3. We affirm the formation of Messianic Jewish congregations as a significant and effective way to express Jewish collective identity (in Jesus) and as a means of witnessing to Jesus before the Jewish community. We also affirm Jewish individuals and groups that are part of churches and encourage them in their commitment to Jewish life and identity.

4. We affirm our willingness as an ecclesiastical body to build bridges to the Messianic Jewish community; to extend the hand of friendship and to pray for their growth and vitality.

5. We affirm our willingness to share our resources with Messianic Jewish congregations, mission organizations and theological training institutes so as to empower them to fulfill their God-given purpose.

6. We affirm our willingness to be a voice within our own ecclesiastical structures and spheres of influence against all forms of anti-Semitism, replacement theology (supersessionism) and teaching that precludes the expression of Jewish identity in Jesus.

7. Finally, we affirm that as Jewish and Gentile expressions of life in Jesus grow organically side by side with distinct identities that God will be glorified; that the Kingdom of Heaven will be advanced and that the vision of “the one new man” in Ephesians 2 will unfold as part of the original Abrahamic blessing to the nations.

We are a Christian church that honors Israel. Our mission is to make disciples teaching them the fullness of our spiritual heritage.

Contact Us

(682) 268-1545 
1606 W Euless Blvd
Euless, TX 76040

Service Times

Worship Service
Saturdays 6:30 to 8:00 pm

Messianic Service
First Saturday 6:30 to 8:00 pm

Discipleship Shool (online)
Wednesdays 7:00 to 8:00 pm