Hello and Welcome
to Beit Mashiach Messianic Synagogue!
are a growing and thriving tri-lingual Messianic Congregation. Our
congregation includes many Jewish believers and also many believers from
a wide range of other cultural and religious backgrounds. We are united
in the simple belief that Yeshua(Jesus)
is the Messiah of Israel and King over all the nations. Our faith is
expressed by celebrating the Shabbat , Torah reading, observance of the
Biblical Feast, teaching of Scripture, praise music and dance. Our
desire is to seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and to
share our faith with all men.
-In one God, existing from all eternity as the Father, the Son, and the Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit).
-That God created humanity in His image to serve as creation’s priest
and sovereign and to share in the Divine glory, but through disobedience
human beings have forfeited that glory and have become subject to their
yetzer hara (evil inclination) and to the power of death.
-That God chose Israel – the Jewish people – to be the harbinger and
first-fruits of a renewed humanity, living in perpetual covenant with
Him. Though often straying, Israel has not been disinherited, but
remains a holy people, abiding in the covenant love and faithfulness of
the One who continues to work out His purposes for her and through her.
We believe that in His gracious love God gave to Israel the holy Torah
as a perpetual sign of His covenant with her, and the holy Land of
Israel as a pledge of the World to Come.
-That in the fullness of time the Divine Son, the eternal Word and Wisdom of God, became a human being, Yeshua (Jesus)
the Messiah, a true and perfect Israelite and a fitting representative
and one-man embodiment of the entire nation, born of a Jewish virgin,
Miriam of Nazareth, conceived of The Holy Spirit. We believe that He
lived as the consummate holy tzaddik (righteous man), fulfilling without
blemish the mitzvot (commandments) of the Torah and bringing to
perfection the human expression of the Divine image. We believe that He
died in atonement for the sins of Israel and of the entire world, was
raised bodily from the dead, and ascended to heaven; and that He will
return in glory at the end of the age to judge the world, to save those
who belong to Him, and to save those who belong to Him.
-That forgiveness of sins, spiritual renewal, union with Messiah, the
empowering and sanctifying presence of the indwelling Ruach HaKodesh,
and the confident hope of eternal life and a glorious resurrection are
now available to all, Jew and Gentile, who put their faith in Yeshua,
the Risen Lord of Glory, and in obedience to His word are joined to Him
and His Body through Messianic Tevilah (Immersion). He is the Mediator
between God and all creation, and no one can come to the Father except
the Body of Messiah is a community chosen and beloved by God, a
marriage of two equal but not identical parties, the Messianic Jewish
Synagogue and the Gentile Christian Church, united in a common
acknowledgement of Yeshua as Adonai (LORD), Redeemer of Israel and the
Nations. This one community existing in two forms is called to a life of
mutual support and encouragement, and to sacrificial service and public
testimony to Yeshua. Its unity and love is a sign of God’s purpose in
Messiah for Israel and the Nations, and a confirmation of Yeshua’s role
as the One sent by the Father.
the Messianic Jewish Synagogue is an essential part of national Israel,
and as such lives in accordance with the Torah and participates in the
wider life of the Jewish people. As Israel’s Messianic first-fruits she
is a prophetic sign to the Jewish People of its ultimate destiny in
history salvation in Yeshua – and also a sign to the entire Messianic
community of its ineradicable Jewish roots.
-That the Gentile Christian Church becomes part of an enlarged
multi-national Israel through union with Yeshua, the one-man Israel, and
through union with the Messianic Jewish Synagogue. The Gentile
Christian Church is now part of a holy, priestly people, a renewed
eschatological Israel founded on Yeshua’s twelve chosen Emissaries, and
participates in the fulfillment of Israel’s mission to be a light to the
-That the Hebrew Scriptures and the Apostolic Writings are divinely
inspired and are of supreme and final authority in all matters of faith
(Statement of Faith adapted from Dr. Mark Kinzer and Congregation Zera Avraham)
Rabbi / Senior Pastor