We believe the worship of Our King is not only a necessary and beneficial part of our faith, but that it is only from a worshipful heart that we can even begin to understand how to walk in a way that is reflective of our love for Him. Thus, we place a high priority on worship in our services as well as in our daily lives.
We affirm that the land of Israel belongs to The Lord and that He has appointed His Chosen People to be the stewards of that land. We affirm that Israel is composed of the Jewish people and those of us from among the nations who have been “grafted in” to Israel (Romans 11) and have become part of the “commonwealth of Israel” (Ephesians 2) through our confession of faith (Romans 10).
We affirm that it is only through developing and maintaining a community of believers in the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob that we can pursue His instructions properly. It is by and through community that we can encourage, uplift, support, and gently correct one another, with the common goal of living and walking together in such a way that we will all hear the words of Our Master when He tells each one of us, “Well done, good and faithful servant. Enter into the joy of your Lord.” (Matthew 25)