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What we are about and Why...

What are we about?

We are a new movement yet an old movement. We are here to be that first stone to start the avalanche. We are new because we believe that a person can not only be Jewish and know Moshaich , but can also continue to practice an Orthodox Jewish Life. We are here to help Orthodox Jews find the answers to their questions about Moshiach  and create a community where they can grow together in our walk with Moshiach. 


As Jewish followers of Yeshua we believe that it is our duty to closely follow the Messiah, and it is our duty as Jews to uphold the Oral and the Written Torah. We do this to defend against those who might smear the name of Yeshua as a detractor of Torah both written and Oral and to promote our Rabbi as the true Tzaddik that he is upholding and keeping our understanding of both the Written and Oral torah. 

By the Western Wall

Values, Beliefs, and Standards

A Distinct Identity

We are a Jewish and thus a non-creedal organization.

What kind of community are we trying to form?

  • A Hasidic-style, Yeshua Centered, Messianic community


What are our values as a community?

  • Yeshua centered

  • Whole Bible (Gen-Rev); Biblical Authority

  • Rabbinical guidance in how we conduct our community

  • Shomer Shabbos; Shomer Kashrus; Tahoros Mishpacha and supporting all these the Fear of HaShem

  • Prayer three times a day plus personal intercessory prayer

  • Loving One another


What are the beliefs of the community?

  • HaShem is One and Only one 

  • Yeshua is Moshiach.

  • The Bible is the final authority for life. We place high value on and practice the traditions of orthodox Judaism 

  • Repentance is a requirement, Salvation through faith in Moshiach Yeshua. 

Community expectation  (how we run things) - 

  • Prayer services three times a day (everyday) – one Shacharis service in the morning and a combined Mincha and Ma'ariv service in the evening

  • One Group study (teaching) per week aside from Shabbos

  • Shabbos and Holiday attendance as a community

  • Jewish Males (with a Jewish Mother) should be in attendance for the purpose of forming a Minyan

  • Observance of the Mechitza (the partition between men and women) during prayer times

  • Married women should have their heads covered

  • Men ONLY should wear Tzit Tzit and Kippah as defined by traditional practice states

  • Tallisim are to be worn ONLY by Married Jewish Males

  • Tefillin are only to be worn by Jewish Males 13 and older during morning prayers (except on Sbabbos and Yom Tovs)

  • Modesty in dress; colored shirts, etc. are allowed


What is the structure of the community?

  • The Overseer for the community

  • Purality of Zedekim (elders) – minimum of 3 to form a Beis Din ) judges for the community

  • Rosh Yishvah (Head teacher) – to oversee the other teachers

  • Rabbonim/teachers – to teach the Word of G-d and to give Halachic guidance

  • Gabai/Servants – one for each of the teachers to assist them

  • The Cohanim (to bless the congregation)

  • The Levis

  • The People  

  • Matthew 18 is to be the governing structure and discipline or conflict resolution for the congregation 



We don't want anyone to be surprised when visiting us or have expectations that we cannot meet.

Just to cover some basics of our "standards", here is a short list. 

  • We do not live stream or otherwise use internet on Shabbos or Yom Tov. Nor to we drive or use any form of public transportation on Shabbos and Yom Tov. We do know of other groups who call themselves "orthodox" who do so but this is not standard orthodox practice.

  • We never say the name of G-d and we only use a version (Ado...) of it in davening.

  • We use the standard orthodox jewish calendar for holidays (you can find this on - we are not Karites so if you are this is not the group for you

  • We hold to a standard understanding of when Shabbos is. We don't hold to such made up practices as "Lunar sabbath"

  • We hold to standard of the orthodox halacha in all matters as we hold to the authority of the sages.

  • Gentiles are not obligated to keep the Torah (see pervious post on this) nor should they say they are Jews without conversion

  • A Jew is a person who's mother is Jewish. A person who's father is jewish is not a halachic Jew, but has Jewish heritage but would be required to undergo conversion to be considered a Jew 8) Women do not wear Tizttizt and Tefflin ever.

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