1. That the Bible (Hebrew Scriptures and Renewed Covenant) is the only divinely inspired, authoritative and eternal Word of God, which applies wholly today as at its inception (2 Timothy 3.16; 2 Peter 1.20, 21).
  2. That the Eternal Lord God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is One, that is, a composite unity who has revealed Himself to man as the Father in Heaven, the Son, Yeshua Messiah who is the Word made flesh, and as the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Truth (Isaiah 48.16; 1 John 5.7).
  3. That Messiah Yeshua has fulfilled biblical prophecy in His virgin birth, ministry and death on the tree for the sins of mankind, resurrection from the dead, and ascension to the right hand of the Father to intercede on behalf of His followers. He is soon to return to Jerusalem to rule the nations of the world for one thousand years, at the end of which time He will hand the Kingdom over to the Father, so that God may be all in all. (Zachariah 15.9; Luke 24.44-47; 1Corinthians 15.24-28).
  4. That Israel is God's chosen people. They have received an eternal covenant with God in regards to the Messiah, the Land, and all scriptural and spiritual promises, and like the Nations (who are without hope and God in the world), must be cleansed from sin by the shed Blood of the Messiah. Born-again Jews are re-grafted into the Olive Tree (Israel) from where they had been cut off, while non-Jewish Born-again Believers are grafted in with their Jewish brothers to become fellow partakers of the covenants and blessings of Israel and the richness of the Olive Tree. (Romans 11.17-21; Deuteronomy 7.6-10; Ephesians 2.11-13; Hebrews 6.13-18).
  5. That sin is transgression against God's Torah (Law), and can only be forgiven by faith in the Blood atonement of Yeshua Messiah, confession and repentance. Through belief in Messiah Yeshua (His death, burial, resurrection and divine nature), there is salvation from the coming wrath upon the world (Romans 10.9; 1 Thessalonians 1.10).
  6. That the Messiah's death, burial and resurrection are remembered until He returns by the practicing of the breaking of Matzot (unleavand bread, symbolizing His body), the drinking of wine (symbolizing His Blood), and believing that Messiah Yeshua, our Pesach Lamb, has been sacrificed for us (1 Corinthians 5.7: Isaiah 53.2-5).
  7. That upon acceptance of Messiah Yeshua as Savior, Lord and God, there is immersion in water as an outward sign of an inward salvation experience. Immersion symbolizes the effect of the death, burial and resurrection of Messiah in the Believer’s life, as well as the death of the "Old Man" and the resurrection into newness of life (Romans 6.3; Matthew 28.18-20).
  8. That there is, after believing, the baptism of the Holy Spirit, whereby the Believer obtains spiritual strength, power and the gifts of the Holy Spirit, to witness the message of the “Good News of Messiah” (Acts1.8; 2.38; 10.44-48; 19.1-7).
  9. That the Scriptures teach the practice of all the Spiritual gifts of the Spirit as outlined in 1 Corinthians.12:14 and Romans 12.6-8. These are for the purpose of edifying the body of Believers and bringing the body to maturity in Messiah. The Believer should exhibit and also grow in the Fruits of the Spirit as described in Galatians.5:22, 23.
  10. That Jewish followers of Yeshua are called to maintain their biblical heritage and remain a part of the people of Israel and the universal body of Believers. This is part of their identity and witness to the faithfulness of God (Exodus19.5; Jeremiah 31.35-37; Romans 11.1-2). Non-Jews who have chosen to associate themselves with Israel are no longer Gentiles (of the Nations) but are part of the One New Man in Yeshua and are counted among Israel (Ephesians 2:14-16).
  11. That God gave the practices of Torah for moral instruction and as a body of spiritual, cultural, national practice which would point forward to Messiah's return and work. The Torah is valid as a reflection of God's righteous standard, character and as a means of preserving a distinct nation and people. Fulfillment by the work of Yeshua does not imply the abrogation of Torah. However, righteousness with God is solely by grace through faith (Deuteronomy 30.11-20: Deuteronomy 6.20-25; Psalm 19.7-14; Matthew 5.17-19; Romans 3.27-31; 6.23).
  12. That the nation of Israel is chosen by God to be a channel of blessing to all the nations on earth. The return of Jewish people to their land is in fulfillment of biblical prophecy. The day will come when Israel, as a nation, will accept the Messiah Yeshua, ‘then shall the Word of God go forth from Jerusalem.’ After Yeshua's return He shall establish His world-wide rule from Jerusalem (Genesis 12.1-3; Isaiah 11; Zachariah 12.10; 13.1).
  13. That salvation, which is a free gift from God, leads to everlasting life with God in heaven. This salvation is acquired only through belief in the person and the work of Messiah Yeshua (John 3.35-36). There is no other way to gain access to heaven except through the redeeming Blood of Messiah Yeshua, who is God in the flesh (Leviticus 17.11). Messiah Yeshua offered Himself as our final atonement for sin (Matthew10.32-33), thus making salvation available to both Jews and Gentiles (John 14.6). Subsequently anyone who does not have Messiah Yeshua as their Lord and Savior does not know the Father (Matthew 11.27; John 5.23-24). Therefore, failure of anyone to believe in the Person and the work of Messiah Yeshua may result in them spending eternity in hell. Yeshua is not only the sure way into heaven; He is the only way into heaven (Acts 4.12).
  14. That the advent of Messiah Yeshua made the sacrificial system recorded in the book of Leviticus obsolete. God Himself came to earth in the likeness of a human being for the express purpose of paying the price of the sin of the world. The wages of sin is death, spiritual, physical or both. Spiritual death leads to eternal separation from God (Romans 6.23). God alone could satisfy His own Law of sin and death by taking upon Himself the sin of the world and dying as a man in mans’ place. It is only by accepting Messiah Yeshua as your personal Lord and Savior can this act of grace by God be applied to man. God’s ultimate mercy has been given to man in the incarnation, death (substitutional sacrifice), and resurrection of Messiah Yeshua. There is no other mercy available to man and there is no other way by which a man might be saved (Acts 4.12). However, God is not limited in how, where or when He reveals His mercy (Messiah Yeshua), prior to death. It is man that limits God through the rejection of His grace and ultimate mercy (2 Peter 3.9; 2 Thessalonians 2.10). “God will not sweep away the righteous with the wicked. Will not the Judge of all the earth do right?” (Genesis 18.23-25).
  15. We believe God wonderfully and immutably creates each person as male or female. These two distinct, complementary genders together reflect the image and nature of God (Genesis 1:26-27). Rejection of one’s biological sex is a rejection of the image of God within that person.
  16. We believe the term “marriage” has only one meaning: the uniting of one man and one woman in a single, exclusive union, as delineated in Scripture (Genesis 2:18-25). We believe God intends sexual intimacy to occur only between a man and a woman who are married to each other. We believe God has commanded that no intimate sexual activity be engaged in outside of a marriage between a man and a woman.
  17. We believe any form of sexual immorality or perversion, including adultery, fornication, homosexual bisexual behavior, transgender association, transsexual orientation, bestiality, incest, or use of pornography is sinful and offensive to God. We believe God offers redemption and restoration to all who confess and forsake their sin, seeking His mercy and forgiveness through Messiah Yeshua.